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1. Live, Interactive Telehealth Consultations: Mon. August 16, 1999 12:30-1:15 pm - Hall C

The Craniofacial Osseointegration and Maxillofacial Prosthetic Rehabilitation Unit (COMPRU) is a world leader in head and neck reconstruction. COMPRU is one of only four clinics in the world designated as reference centres for training and development. At the Congress, two live COMPRU consultations will take place between COMPRU co-director Dr. Gordon Wilkes and:

  • Professor Per-Ingvar, a Swedish researcher who pioneered the biotechnology of osseointegration (placing metal implants into bone to anchor a prosthesis). The consultation looks at innovative technology for a finger reattachment, and a new implant technology for a mouth defect.
  • The second consultation is with Dr. Satoru Nagata, of Japan, a world leader in ear reconstruction and a plastic surgeon. The consultation involves a child patient from Saskatchewan.

3-5:00 pm - Hall A/B

Dr. Howard Gimbel, of the Gimbel Eye Centre in Calgary, will conduct eye surgery during a live consultation with Congress audience members in Edmonton.

2. Security Issues: Mon. August 16, 1999
10:30-Noon - Salon 3

An extended session on security issues and the use of digital signatures to protect information and privacy. Security firm John Ramsey and JAWS Technologies will have a live demo on "hacking information." Also, find out about the first legally approved German pilot to implement electronic signatures and encryption into a patient data exchange. The pilot employs encryption with private and public keys on smart cards and electronic signatures.

3. Impact of Cultural Diversity: Tues. August 17, 1999
10:30-NOON - HALL C

NATIVE LEADER ELIJAH HARPER WILL PARTICIPATE

Implications of cultural diversity on telehealth applications: How will telehealth technologies affect healthcare in aboriginal communities? How will culture i
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Contact: Roger Armstrong
roger.armstrong@ualberta.ca
780-492-3808
University of Alberta
13-Aug-1999


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