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Join over 500 medical and healthcare professionals for the 5th Japan Singapore Inter-Professional Collaboration (JSIP) Symposium & Exhibition! The theme for the symposium this year is “HealthTech in Primary and Community Care: Living well, Aging well”, where the focus is on health technology in both primary and community care sectors.
First started in 2013, the conference aims to bridge the knowledge on medical and nursing related trends and technologies between Singapore and Japan. Discussions usually revolve around the theme of an aging population, with participating exhibitors featuring their latest technology and consumer products in healthcare. This year, JSIP has also invited speakers from Finland to share their in-depth experience in incorporating technology to the medical and social welfare sectors.
Date: 20 Oct 2018 (Saturday)Duration: 8am – 6.00pmVenue: Academia, SGH Campus, 20 College Road, Singapore 169856
Registration for the symposium and exhibition is free and is targeted at medical and healthcare professionals.
Guest-of-HonorDr Lam Pin MinSenior Minister of State in the Ministry of Health & Ministry of Transport
AmbassadorsHer Excellency Paula ParviainenAmbassador of Finland to Singapore
His Excellency Kenji ShinodaAmbassador of Japan to Singapore
Dr Yasuyuki SaharaMD, MPH, Councillor, Minister’s Secretariat, Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, Japan
Mr Riku MakelaCounsellor, Innovation and Trade Affairs, Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland
Mr Andy TaDirector, Emerging Services and Capabilities Group - Health Insights, Integrated Health Information Systems (IHiS)
Dr Minna PikkarainenDr. Computer Science, Professor of Connected Health Martti Ahtisaari Institute, Oulu Business School, University of Oulu and VTT, Technical Research Centre of Finland
Dr Jun SasakiYushoukai Medical Corporation President/Medical Director
Associate Professor Lee Kheng HockDirector (Education) of SingHealth Community Hospitals & Director (Medical) of Bright Vision Hospital
Ms Aki YukiCo-founder, Ory Laboratory Co., Ltd.
Dr Kenichi SatoRepresentative, Consultant and Instructor of Japan Primary Care Association
Exhibitors Include:Biotech Japan Corporation Ory LaboratoryItoki Systems (Singapore) Pte Ltd SUMIRONKenwoodand more
8.00 am Registration for guests and participantsExhibition Tour for Guest-of-Honour9.00 am Address by Organising Chairperson, Dr Kenichi SatoCo-Founder, Instructor & Consultant, JSIP, Japan Primary Care Association (JPCA)9.05 am Speech by Guest-of-Honour Dr Lam Pin MinSenior Minister of State for Health and Transport9.20 am Speech by Her Excellency Paula ParviainenAmbassador to Singapore, Embassy of Finland9.35 am Speech by His Excellency Kenji ShinodaAmbassador to Singapore, Embassy of Japan9.50 am Group photo on stage with GOH and Ambassadors10.00 am Keynote Address by Mr Riku MakelaCounsellor, Innovation & Trade Affairs, Ministry for Foreign Affairs,Finland10.30 am Keynote Address by Dr Yasuyuki SaharaCouncillor, Minister’s Secretariat, Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, Japan11.00 am Keynote Address by Mr Andy TaDirector, Health Insights, Integrated Health Information Systems (IHiS)11.30 am Panel Discussion (Moderator: A/Prof Wong Kok Seng)12.00 pm Lunch & Exhibition/Workshops02.00 pm Showcase by SingaporeSpeaker: Associate Professor Lee Kheng Hock, Director (Education) of SingHealth Community Hospitals & Director (Medical) of Bright Vision Hospital
Topic: Using Geospatial Mapping and Artificial Intelligence to Develop our SingHealth Communities of Care Model
02.30 pm Show Case by JapanSpeaker: Dr Sasaki, Yushoukai Medical Corporation PresidentTopic: Improving home care service through better use ofinformation technology03.00 pm Q&A Discussion03.30 pm Tea Break & Exhibition/Workshop04.00 pm Show Case by FinlandSpeaker: Dr Minna Pikkarainen, Dr. Computer Science, Professor ofConnected Health, Martti Ahtisaari Institute, Oulu Business School,University of Oulu and VTT, Technical Research Centre of FinlandTopic: The emerging potential of connecting health technologies –for example: technology driven care journeys for elderly people04.30 pm Show Case by JapanSpeaker: Ms Aki Yuki, Co-founder, OriHime by Ory Laboratory05.00 pm Q&A Discussion05.30 pm Closing Ceremony06.00 pm End of EventFor more enquiries: Vivid Creations Pte Ltd (URL: http://vivid-creations.biz/)Tel: +65-6522-0527 (Han Rui)Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgOrganisers: JSIP Team, Vivid CreationsSupported by: SingHealth Community HospitalsSupporting: Embassy of Japan in Singapore, Embassy of Finland in Singapore, JETRO, JCCI
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