We’re looking for case studies and examples of best practice in technology enabled care (TEC) to showcase at TSA’s annual conference. Over 1,000 delegates from the health, social care and housing sectors will be attending so this is a great platform to raise awareness of your work.
Are you able to present to a conference audience for 15 minutes about a recent project and talk about results from an analysis or evaluation?
Do you have examples of a case study or evaluation which could offer valuable learning and be displayed as a poster within the conference exhibition?
If you responded ‘yes’ to either of these questions, you may be interested in submitting a proposal for the 2017 International Technology Enabled Care Conference. TSA`s annual conference takes place on the 16th & 17th October at the ICC, Birmingham. The theme this year is ‘Putting People First – practical solutions and inspirational ideas from the experts’.
We are offering presentation opportunities and space within the exhibition hall to display a poster about your work.
How to Apply
Download the Call for Papers and Posters submission form.
The themes for which we are accepting submissions are:
- Mental health: What role for TEC and digital health? – NHS England is freeing up money for more digital exemplars focused on mental health. What are the emerging options to support people self-manage their mental health through technology?
- Predictive and Proactive Care – How is data being used to develop new models of care that anticipate, predict and reduce the risk of needing crisis and emergency care?
- Action on the frontline: how putting people first is creating opportunities for TEC – Case studies and practical examples of how NHS, social care and housing organisations are redesigning services with service users and carers to realise the potential of TEC.
- New routes to market – Not all future TEC will be delivered through public sector channels. There is a growing self-funder market driven by families looking for reassurance that their loved ones are safe and well. What is happening to support technology enabled living in its widest sense?
Please submit a short summary of your work (up to 500 words). You can also attach a pdf of an evaluation or poster, but a summary must be included.
Product/service presentations from manufacturers and suppliers are also acceptable if they include evaluations or case studies.