Artificial Intelligence and Robots in Primary Care. The Future is Now
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is going to become more and more relevant in clinical practice. From machine learning to robotic process automation (“bots”), it’s important that we have a basic understanding of the potentials and limitations.
- Dr. Kevin Samson – Family Physician, East Wellington FHT
- Dr. Ervin Sejdić - Research Chair in Artificial Intelligence for Health Outcomes at Research & Innovation, North York General Hospital
- Dr. Mohamed Alarakhia - Managing Director, eHealth Centre of Excellence
- Special appearance by Deputy Premier and Minister of Health Hon. Christine Elliott
- AFHTO "Bright Light" Awards Ceremony
- The Opioid Epidemic - The Forgotten Public Health Crisis
- “MOVING FORWARD TOGETHER: The Power of Resilience”, Featuring Dr. Mamta Gautam
- Fireside chat with Enterprise Canada (members only)
Details on other sessions coming soon. See the Conference Schedule for the current agenda.
Poster notifications sent out
Thank you to everyone who submitted a poster abstract for the AFHTO 2021 Conference. The working groups have now reviewed all submissions and a notification e-mail has been sent to each contact person.
If you are part of a group that has prepared an abstract, please ensure your group contact has received an e-mail including the words AFHTO 2021 Conference in the subject on Sep. 9. (Please have them check their junk mail as well.)
If your contact person has NOT received this notification, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org before Thursday, September 16, 2021.
And don’t forget, members get a deep discount on registration. Email us if you haven’t gotten your access code. Patients and students welcome! For general information, you can visit our conference page.
We look forward to seeing you at the AFHTO 2021 Conference!