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Improving Peruvian Mobile Healthcare Facilities in Rural Areas

The Satellite Applications Catapult is hosting a workshop on 14th September with the aim of understanding technical challenges and potential enabling solutions which could improve Peruvian mobile healthcare facilities in rural areas.


About the workshop

The Satellite Applications Catapult is undertaking a project with Cayetano Heredia University in northern Peru to improve healthcare provision in the remote areas of the Amazonia, via enhanced connectivity for mobile healthcare facilities and combined with the use of e-Health and mobile Health (m-Health) solutions.

This project will analyse and research which technological gaps, including the use of UK technology, can better support patients and practitioners in the local Peruvian communities to improve the quality of, and access to, critical healthcare services. The project focuses predominately at maternal, newborn and child health, as well as tropical disease.

This workshop is addressed to the healthcare community including health professionals and practitioners, the technological providers interested in the eHealth and mHealth domains, as well as the telecommunications industry (terrestrial and satellite) to sustain the deployment of these services in remote areas. The workshop is designed to provide information on the Prosperity Fund project and partners, an introduction to these technologies and services, as well as to future opportunities in Peru and overview potential funding schemes.


What: Improving Peruvian Mobile Healthcare Facilities in Rural Areas

When: 14th September 2016

Where: Satellite Applications Catapult, Fermi Ave, Harwell Campus, Oxfordshire , OX11 0QR