a full day of inspiration, interaction and information. check out our complete program!

Get surprised by the activities and interactive discussions that we have developed. We believe that this program will inspire and impact the technical medical society. There are inspiring presentations and lectures that give you new insights into the technical medical world of today and the future. What challenges are awaiting us? And how can we respond to these? During the event, where researchers, entrepreneurs, students, clinicians and other stakeholders in healthcare come together, we can take huge steps in these processes. The TechMed Event is taking place for the first time on the 6th of June, 2019Check out the full program here.

highlights

Interactive discussion VWS (Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport)

Before the interactive session with statements will start, Drs. Bas van den Dungen (director-general Curative Care at the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport) will present the vision and policy on Medical technology. After that, they will give the audience the possibility to argue their point of view. Do you agree with the vision of VWS? Or do you think that there are still some improvements or changes needed around this theme? During this interactive meeting you have the opportunity to contribute to the policy on this important theme. We count on your active contribution. This part of the program will take place during the first plenary session from 9.30. More information about the keynote. 

Keynote Dr. Peter N. Burns, Professor of Medical Biophysics 

All the way from Toronto we have invited the professor of Medical Biophysics: Peter Burns. He will talk to you about "Myth and Reality of Translation: A Bubble’s story?  in his 30-minute presentations: This lecture will take place during the second plenary session from 11.15. More information about the keynote.

Interactive discussion: The role of citizens in innovation in health and wellbeing 

We will end the program with a special activity: a collaboration between the inspired panel members and the entire audience in an interactive discussion. First, the panel consisting of 3 professionals will give their view of the role that citizens can play on technological medical innovations. Should citizens have an active and prominent role in the development of these innovations? Or not, or is there a middle ground possible? We let you all think and participate in these important questions. Can this result in multiple multidisciplinary collaborations? You don't want to miss this. This activity will take place during the last plenary session at 16.15.