Clarion Events is proud to announce the inaugural edition of Remote Healthcare Asia, taking place in Singapore at the Marina Bay Sands on 17 and 18 January 2017. With our thriving remote healthcare portfolio and hugely successful launch of Remote Healthcare Middle East in 2016, Remote Healthcare Asia has been developed to provide a forum dedicated to leaders and innovators across the remote and extreme medical field. Understanding the unique challenges that medical professionals are faced with when working in remote or extreme environments is key to ensuring that critical care is comprehensively delivered. In a region with unique challenges both geographical and environmental, the ability to deliver medical care in trying circumstances is key, driving the need for collaboration across civilian, private, humanitarian and military organisations.
Focusing on prompting the sharing of information between medical professionals, the conference and exhibition will explore trauma and innovation techniques developed by international military as well as disaster medicine and the challenges encountered in private companies operating in remote or austere environments. The conference will focus on topics such as medical evacuation, digital technology, fatigue risk and the challenges of working in ever changing environmental situations. Complementing the conference will be a boutique exhibition providing an opportunity for medical professionals and industry providers to come together to address the challenges of this sector, with both international and local industry showcasing the latest developments.
With the understanding between medical communities that sharing of ideas is key to driving forward the sector, Lieutenant Colonel Mark Rooms, Consultant In Occupational Medicine, Roht(N), Training Program Director - Army Occupational Medicine, Army Assistant Regional Speciality Adviser, Ministry Of Defence, UK commented at Remote Healthcare Middle East "I was surprised how much the breadth of presentations from the different industries is relevant to my practice." It is this cross sector information sharing and understanding of differing opinions that will allow remote medical practitioners to develop personally and to ensure that both organisations and governments understand how best to deal unplanned situations. Remote Healthcare Asia will unite the community and provide an unrivalled opportunity to shape the future of remote healthcare.
Remote Healthcare Asia is expected to attract 150 attendees and will be co-located with Underwater Defence Technology Asia, Association of Old Crows Electronic Warfare Singapore and Military Simulation and Training Asia. Visitors will have the opportunity to move between exhibitions, fully exploring the technologies and innovations on display.
For more information about Remote Healthcare Asia or to register your interest, please visit www.remotehealthcareasia.com. Alternatively, if you are planning to visit Trauma Innovation in Birmingham on 27-28 September, you will be able to get more information about the event at the Clarion Stand.