We invite all researchers and clinicians interested in the primary care implementation of digital medicine and e-health to present or learn from ideas, ongoing or finished research.
Digital medicine and e-health have the property of transcending time, place and human power symmetry issues. It cannot replace wisdom, intuition and bedside clinical judgement but with the growth of technological innovations it increasingly adds to these skills and competencies.
Digital medicine and e-health are overlapping concepts about the use of technologies as tools for measurement and intervention in health care which includes treatment, disease monitoring, disease prevention, and health promotion.
E-health is healthcare practice supported by electronic processes and communication. It can also include health applications and links on mobile phones, referred to as mHealth or m-Health.