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Virtual Healthcare: Towards an Inclusive Future

A recording of a hybrid symposium on the future of inclusive digital health in Australia and India is now available.

The workshop, hosted both in-person and online on 13 September 2022, brought together Australian and Indian health researchers, practitioners and professionals to: 

  • Hear from expert speakers from universities, research agencies and technology companies.
  • Identify areas for research and technical collaboration between Australia and India.
  • Promote the inclusion of people with disability to co-design interventions in digital health.
  • Take part in an ongoing project to maximise virtual healthcare and ensure all are included.

View the program, here.

The symposium was jointly hosted by the Australia India Institute, the VirtuCare network and the Indian Institute of Public Health Hyderabad (Public Health Foundation of India).

The VirtuCare network is supported by the Australia India Council and includes Infosys, Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (Mohali), E-Sanjeevani, University of Melbourne, University of Adelaide, PHFI, Emmanual Hospital Association, The George India, Monash University, CBM Trust India and Enablement.

The workshop was generously supported by the Australian Government Department of Education.

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