Lisbon based, Portugal based
Under and post-graduate medical education resists to the full acceptance of digital tools. The formal use of self-paced online courses, webinars and video-tutorial is still rare.
Key experts will discuss the digital transformation in medical education.
These webinars are organized by UpHill and are co-hosted by Evidentia Médica, Associação Nacional dos Médicos de Saúde Pública e Associação Portuguesa de Médicos de Medicina Geral e Familiar.
This webinar is also co-organized by the Faculty of Health Sciences of the University of Beira Interior.
- Panel -
David Riley - Registered Nurse and has been involved in e-Learning in the healthcare sector since 1997. He was Director of e-Learning for the Iavante Foundation (Andalusian Health Ministry-Spain) from 2003-2006 moving on to the role of Head of EU relations for the same Foundation managing several European Projects related to the use of new technologies for training. He is currently a freelance consultant working in Spain, and Director of the Spanish subsidiary of EfficienC Health Technology Ltd.
Henrique Martins - Professor at a Medical School and two Business schools, teaching and researching in Digital Health, Leadership and Management education for Medical Students and Health Professionals. He is the past president of SPMS, Portugal's Digital Health Agency, where he led National eHealth efforts for close to 7 years. He now works on individual consulting projects in Digital Health and is finishing a Master's in Public Law, studying Public Administration liability of AI-decisions in Healthcare.
Madalena Patrício - Honorary Professor at the School of Medicine of the University of Lisboa. At the Department of Medical Education, she coordinates the Medical Education Training Programme for teachers and she is also a consultant at the Center for Evidence Based Medicine. She is a leading expert in Medical Education having been President of AMEE (the Association for Medical Education in Europe), the major and most active association in this field worldwide, from 2006 until 2013, and currently is also Chair of the BEME Board (Best Evidence in Medical Education) and Member of the International Council of the Department of Education UNESCO Chair in Bioethics.
Pedro Garcia - Paediatrician and Neonatologist at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of Hospital Dona Estefânia. He has a post-graduation in Medical Education and is a Member of the Academic Council of POST GRADUATION STUDIES SCHOOL of the Lifelong Health Education Association. For more than 10 years he has been simulation center coordinator, namely at Hospital Dona Estefânia and Nova Medical School, where he is an Invited Assistant. He is also President of the Portuguese Society for Simulation Applied to Healthcare.