aus-africa telehealth conference
Building A Healthy Africa From Ground Up.
Kim Beazley Lecture Theatre Murdoch University, 90 South Street Murdoch WA 6150
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Promoting of African Diaspora knowledge and skills with the aim of contributing positively to the Australian and African health care systems.
Foster dialogue on Health Policy, Science, Research, and Innovation. Exploring the short, medium, and long-term health policies from governments and the private sector at regional, national, and global levels.
Strengthening the extant formal partnerships between research institutions and the various institutions that influence health in Africa
The conference will focus on Increasing awareness and visibility of the skills and knowledge of the African Diasporas working in healthcare and their contribution to the economic growth of Australia and Africa.
The long term focus is Establishing a system that will connect investment projects in healthcare with the governments and private sectors in Africa and Australia for inclusive development.
As the emerging social, economic, technological and geopolitical changes playout, African Professionals, entrepreneurs, educators and communities will need to gaininsight and apply expert knowledge and skillsif they are to manage potential disruption, achieve positive influence and become adeptglobal citizens.
- 1How to Transform existing infrastructure and production systems to enhance resilience of health systems.
- 2Can Investments in data systems able to generate data-driven decisions and how can equity be put at the centre of Africa's health systems?
- 3How to facilitate and leverage the skills and knowledge of the diaspora when they seek to contribute towards improving health systems in African nations.
Be part of a community working towards building a resilient healthcare system in Africa from bottom up.
Become a game changing leader in today's competitive environment.Increase your knowledge on investment opportunities in Telehealth. solutions for Africa
Invest in your professional development.
Be part of a community of professionals andentrepreneurs focused on progress,development and creating a positive impactboth in Australia and Africa across the globe.
African Development Bank
WHO WILL BE ATTENDING?
The conference in Perth is expected to attract over 100delegates from over 30 organisations, including speakers and delegates. Approximately 18-20 per cent of attendees will join in from overseas and interstate and will be attending the conference virtually. The rest of the attendees are from Western Australia and will attend in person. The conference will attract stakeholders from various industries, including Health, mining, oil & gas, higher education, finance & investment, Innovation and Technology, as well as government representatives, trade and investment, private and NGO sectors.
List of Steps
4:30 - 4:40
Inauguration (Cynthia Wright)
4:40 - 4:50
Opening and Welcome Remarks (Tommy Adebayo & Bill Repard)
4:50 - 5:00
Special Guest: Sharing the African Development Bank’s Telehealth Vision (Dr Babatunde Omilola)
Panel: Streamlining the Digitization of Healthcare in Africa: The Role of the DIASPORA in achieving the Sustainability of Telehealth projects through Partnerships. (The Ambassadors Panel)
5:30 – 5:40
Contribution of Australian Junior and Mid-sized mining companies to the health of people living in the community where they operate (William Witham)
5:40 – 5:50
Presentation: Telehealth In Africa - The Murdoch Third Commission: Inclusive Transitions on the continent of Africa Research Report Findings (David Doepel
Break for Refreshment and Networking
Panel: The Role of African Diaspora Clinicians in the Digital Transformation of Telemedicine in Africa (Doctors Panel)
6:50 - 7:05
Keynote: Telehealth - the Ongoing Challenges and Solutions (Dr Abiodun Adeoye)
7:05 - 7:45
Demonstration: Telehealth Prototype Presentation (Aspramed)
7:45 - 7:55
Presentation: Digitalisation of Professional Development for Health care workers in Africa. How Health care workers in Diaspora are making an impact (Yangama Jokwiro, VAKA Health Foundation).
Closing Remarks & Networking