AHT2022 Virtual Event - DEADLINE for Call for Abstracts is 22 July 2022

13 July, 2022

Dear HIFA friends,

I hope that you are well.

The Institution of Engineering and Technology, UK (IET) is pleased announce that the CALL FOR ABSTRACTS for AHT2022 (deadline 22 July 2022) is now live . 

See also: Twitter @IETHealthTech ; hashtag #aht2022  (if you are able to share this with your colleagues that would be greatly appreciated)

AHT2022 will take place on Wednesday 9 November 2022 and will consist of 3 webinars, each one timed to suit those living in Asia, Europe and The Americas, although attendees will be welcome to attend all 3 because the contents of each webinar will be different.

A full list of possible topics is given in the Call for Abstracts together with the various steps required for potential presenters and the schedule. The emphasis of presentations should, where possible, be on Innovation, Design and Engineering. Case studies from the field, including those which faced serious challenges, or even failure, can be instructive in helping the development of future projects.

We’re also delighted to say that the proceedings of AHT2022 will be published on the IET Digital Library and IEEE Xplore and indexed in IET Inspec, Ei Compendex and Scopus.The authors of the selected papers will also be invited to expand their submissions for consideration in a Special Issue of Healthcare Technology Letters.

We greatly look forward to welcoming you to AHT2022. If you have any queries, you are welcome to contact IET's Community Manager for this event: Gemma Hadley GHadley@theiet.org

Warm greetings.

Len Cornish

Member, AHT2022 Organising CommitteeThe Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), UK 

HIFA profile: Len Cornish is a Biomedical Engineering Consultant. He is a Member, Technical Advisory Panel, Healthcare Technologies Network, The Institution of Engineering and Technology, London. Formerly, he was Head, Biomedical Engineering Department, ECHO International Health Services Ltd (1993-2000) and Electronics Engineer at The University of Hong Kong (1972-92) where he worked with the Medical & Dental Faculties. He was a co-founder of the Hong Kong Oxfam Group in 1976 and OXFAM HONG KONG in 1988.