Using Technology to Address Neurological Disease Globally

Using Technology to Address Neurological Disease Globally

RSVP by Monday, November 18, 2019. 

Participate in-person in UCSF, Mission Hall 1407 or by Zoom: gbhi.zoom.us/j/867134632

Speakers:

Bhavya Rehani, MD, Assistant Professor, Radiology, UCSF and William Dillon, Jr, MD, Professor, Radiology, UCSF, who are both co-founders of Health4TheWorld* along with another colleague. There will also be reflections from Atlantic Senior Fellows for Equity in Brain Health.

Participants will learn about:

  • Advances in the spread of mobile technology worldwide and the origins of Health4TheWorld
  • How Health4TheWorld leverages technology to positively impact health
  • User experiences with web-based virtual medical education and Health4TheWorld Academy Platform
  • Additional opportunities to use technology to advance neurological health in resource-limited settings

 

*Health4TheWorld (H4TW) is an award-winning global health movement and Bay Area-based 501(c)(3) organization. H4TW is promoting health in low-resource communities in 22 countries using reliable online education by leading experts from 20 academic institutions and cutting-edge, free technology solutions using mobile health, virtual reality and machine learning. Health4TheWorld was founded by Ankur Bharija, MD, Director, Inpatient Geriatrics, Stanford; Bhavya Rehani, MD, Assistant Professor, Radiology, UCSF; and William Dillon, Jr, MD, Professor, Radiology, UCSF.

 

Sponsored by the Global Brain Health Institute & UCSF Global Teleneurology Service  

The Global Neurology Forum series provides an opportunity for learning and dialogue about the diagnosis and management of neurological conditions. The forum aims to help participants from across the globe, including in remote areas, think holistically about challenges in brain health, effective responses, and changing the perception of neurological disease worldwide.

Questions? Contact: camellia.rodriguez-sackbyrne@ucsf.edu

 

Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at 8:00am to 9:30am

UCSF Mission Bay, Mission Hall 2107 and by Zoom: gbhi.zoom.us/j/867134632, Mission Hall 2107

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