i-Med and i-Vet: Delivering tele-medicine and tele-veterinary services to remote areas in Northern Australia and Indonesia


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Presenter:  David Murtagh, Dr Sue Samuelsson & Dr Samantha McMahon

Date: Sep 02, 2016

Time: 10:30am to 11:30am

Contact person:  Marianne St Clair
T: 8946 7651
E: marianne.stclair@cdu.edu.au

Location:  Northern Institute, Yellow 1.2.48 @ CDU (Casuarina Campus)

Target audience:  Open to the public - free event - all welcome

Northern Institute is proud to bring you this event as part of the Go Digi Pop-Up Darwin Festival (1-3 September).

i-Med and i-Vet: Delivering tele-medicine and tele-veterinary services to remote areas in Northern Australia and Indonesia.

Presented by 
o David Murtagh
o Dr Sue Samuelsson
o Dr Samantha McMahon

The internet has opened up the ability for practitioners to do virtual consults using a variety of technologies in both the human and animal care industries. David Murtagh will outline the work being done to expand access to TeleHealth and increase digital inclusion in remote NT. Dr Sue Samuelsson (i-Vet) and Dr Samantha McMahon (NTVS) will present about how they service their 4-legged clients in remote areas of the Northern Territory and Indonesia. Refer to attached for presenter information.


ALL WELCOME – FREE EVENT – OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – JOIN US

About Go Digi Pop-Up Darwin Festival 
The Go Digi Pop-Up Festival is run as part of the National Year of Digital Inclusion. The Go Digi goal is to help 300,000 Australians improve their digital skills and online confidence and these Pop-Up Festivals are a great way for the community share their digital knowledge

When 
Friday 2 September 2016
10.30am – 11.30am
Morning tea provided 

Where
Northern Institute
Yellow Building 1, Level 2, Room 48 


RSVP by Thursday 1 September via Outlook or email thenortherninstitute@cdu.edu.au

Questions?
Marianne St Clair 8946 7651or marianne.stclair@cdu.edu.au