Direct link: www.millennia2015.org/WeTelemed
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Created in November 2011
Chair:Dr. Véronique Inès Thouvenot, MBA, Ph.D
Expert in eHealth, mHealth, eLearning and Telemedicine
Head of Women and eHealth International Working Group (WeHealth)
Head of the Global Network of Women in Telemedicine (WeTelemed)
Co-founder & Scientific Director at the Foundation Millennia2025 "Women and Innovation"
Director of the Geneva Office, Switzerland
WeTelemed aims at promoting gender equality and women empowerment through the access and use of advanced technologies and Telemedicine combined with innovative integrated collaborative leadership programs.
The partnership with Connecting Nurses, Connecting Midwives and Universal Doctor support innovative projects at the WeObservatory.
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|⇒ Partería en Línea, 2014 ||⇒ PAHO WHO Virtual Course: HEALTHCARE TECHNOLOGY PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT, 20 July – 4 October 2015 |
⇒ Women Special Session at Med@Tel 2014
Luxembourg, 9-11 April 2014
⇒ - Telemedicine, Ethics and Law
Grenoble, 27 March 2014
|⇒ Master Course on "Medical Informatics", Deggendorf Institute of Technology (Germany), 1st october 2015 for 3 semesters |
⇒ Professionnels de santé, Nouvelles missions, Nouveaux métiers, Nouvelles responsabilités
Regards croisés Franco-Russes
Lyon, 19 Avril 2013
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⇒ Cours de Santé Mondiale en ligne, 2014
⇒ The Gorgas Courses, Clinical Tropical Medicine
Tropical Medicine Institute at Cayetano Heredia University
|⇒ EMMIT Summer School of Telemedicine in Palermo, september 1-6, 2014 |
⇒ Curso Introducción a la Informática en Salud y Telemedicina
40 horas virtuales
18 de noviembre al 20 de diciembre de 2013 -Panamá
El enlace para la inscripción es:
⇒ The Gorgas Courses in Clinical Tropical Medicine, Case 2014-6
⇒ Effets des Télésoins à domicile, Etat des connaissances
et Plan de démarche évaluative
24 Avril, 11:00 - 12:00, heure de Montréal
⇒ TELEMEDECINE, 12 sessions pour développer la e-santé
27 et 28 mars prochain
|⇒ e-Mentoring con las comunidades indigenas en el Darién, Panama|
12 de marzo 2014
| || ⇒ @Conectando Salud en América Latina y El Caribe|
23 de diciembre 2013 - 23 marzo 2014
⇒ WeHealth Study 2010 - 2012
⇒ Universal Women Speaker & Universal Nurse Speaker
⇒ Zero Mothers Die
⇒ Télémédecine: les solutions technologiques concentrées sur un petit nombre de domaines médicaux
⇒ Telemedicine and advances in urban and rural healthcare delivery in Africa Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases, 12/11/2013
⇒ Exploring routine use of telemedicine through a case study in rehabilitation
During the international seminar of Millennia2015 on 21 November 2011 at the Ecole des Mines in Paris, Véronique Thouvenot, in the presence of Joan Dzenowagis (eHealth scientist at the World Health Organization), Claudio Giugliemma (president of the Dominic Foundation), Arletty Pinel (CEO of Genos Global) and Marie-Anne Delahaut (head and founder of Millennia2015), has created the Millennia2015 WeTelemed initiative.
The official launch happened on 19 April 2012 from the University of Technology in Panama, synchronised with the Destree Institute and the Grand Health Bazaar 2012 in Lagos, Nigeria, organised by LiveWell Initiative.
The overall objective is to promote gender equality and women empowerment through the access and use of advanced technologies and Telemedicine combined with innovative integrated collaborative leadership programs.
And more specifically:
1. To support women's role and place, especially to the developing world, in the context of medical diplomacy as a framework for a Global Network of Women in Telemedicine;
2. To support Women Leaders to engage all generations to use tools in advanced technologies, to promote the access to Telemedicine to improve women's and family health;
3. To empower and actively support women health care professionals, leaders, and IT designers working in Telehealth and Telemedicine, at political, economic and social levels.
WeTelemed will benefit of the methods of work in place at Millennia2015 and WeHealth, the prospective exercise and the 4-D Quality Analysis Model (4-D QAM), to collect information on women working in Telemedicine, stimulate interactions and increase the number of proficient women in the provision of telemedicine and/or telemedicine services.
With the support of WeLUCY Digital Inclusion platform dedicated to women, WeTelemed will offer:
(1) a selection of experiences shared with members illustrating the inclusion/exclusion of women in Telemedicine,
(2) a specific survey designed to support the systematic collection of data on Telemedicine systems in place,
(3) a set of 10 questions to conduct on site interviews with women working in Telemedicine and TeleHealth and
(4) a selection of Telemedicine Online Training modules proposed by Universities and academies.
Particular attention will be given to women addressing other women's needs when living in remote areas, refugee camps or in areas of conflict where Telemedicine services may constitute an alternative to the local health centers, often non-operational in such conditions.
Special focus will be given to medical specialties such as gynecology, maternal and child health, dermatology, reproductive health, neurology, radiology, dermatology, infectious disease, emergency surgery and services where an increased number of female health care providers are more needed in some countries to deliver healthcare to women via Telehealth.
Become a WeTelemed member and register at www.millennia2015.org/Community_Registration!
- EN - Presentation of preliminary results of Millennia2015 WeHealth and launch of Millennia2015 WeTelemed
Véronique Thouvenot - 21.11.2011 - Ecole des Mines, Paris
- FR - Présentation des résultats préliminares de Millennia2015 WeHealth et lancement de Millennia2015 WeTelemed
Véronique Thouvenot - 21.11.2011 - Ecole des Mines, Paris
Véronique Thouvenot with the collaboration of Dr Line Kleinebreil, Dr Arletty Pinel, Dr Mateja de Leonni Stanonik and Dr Patty Schweickert
Véronique Thouvenot con la colaboración de Dra. Line Kleinebreil, Dra. Arletty Pinel, Dra. Mateja de Leonni Stanonik y Dra. Patty Schweickert