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semFYC National Congress 2017

April 18, 2017, 11 a.m.

semFYC is going to present our Project at the semFYC National Congress in Madrid (4-6 May). 1.500 General Practitioners will take part to this event and it will be the occasion to explain the main functionalities already applied with the first prototype and the integration of the different technical modules within the system.

The National Congress is the occasion to meet the expectations and to gather feedback from health professionals at the national level. Now, more than ever, family doctors are aware of the importance of e-health systems and they are attentive to the implementation of new technologies in the health sectors. In this context, semFYC is going to explain how our partners are working in different research areas and how the innovative communication technologies will assist the general practitioners in order to help them to overcome linguistic barriers, ensuring an effective and universal health care assistance.

At the semFYC National Congress Dr Lehdía Mohamed Dafa, one of our main national expert, is going to present the social impact of the funded project among the communities of migrants in Europe. NGOs, Patients Associations, Health Professionals are invited to take part to the discussion, sharing their point of view and presenting their experience in the health care.

Family Doctors are key stakeholders of this project, because our improvements and our achivements are taking into account their experience and the main difficulties in their daily work. During the event they will have the opportunity to meet our experts, researchers. The prototype will be also demonstrated and presented in order to show the main functionalities and giving the opportunity to interact with the virtual agent.

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See you in Madrid!


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