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M-Health 2011 : The 2011 International Conference on Wireless Networks Special Session On Futuristic Trends of M-Health Services

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Link: http://www.worldacademyofscience.org/worldcomp11/ws/conferences/icwn11/Workshops%20-%20Sessions
 
When Jul 18, 2011 - Jul 21, 2011
Where Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Submission Deadline Jun 1, 2011
Notification Due Jun 5, 2011
Final Version Due Jun 15, 2011
Categories    m-health   health care   wireless network   e-health
 

Call For Papers

ICWN'11 - The 2011 International Conference on Wireless Networks
Special Session On
Futuristic Trends of M-Health Services
Mobile Health is one the most emerging field in the area of Healthcare empowered with combination of Mobile Equipment technology, Mobile Communication Networks networking and Mobile Software Applications. Rapid application development towards M-Health, make this area a service of attention for not only Medical world, Health care societies as well as for Mobile Communication Network Service Providers and Mobile Application Developers. Mobile Communication is not bound only for communication or data transfer using Internet, or text based SMS. But with High-speed data connectivity network like 3G, LTE, SAE, NGN, 4G. Huge amount of data transmitted through Ubiquitous Environment capable User Equipments to Mobile Networks, and vise versa.
M-Health service able to provide with High Speed data transmission Network, means all advance Wireless Network technology supports M-Health Services. M-Health application and awareness will play key role to spread among Mobile Users, and M-Health become a trend for Healthcare. Using M-Health, the Health care, Emerging Help for Help will also available in Ubiquitous Environment, means anywhere, anytime.
This Special Session aims to covers, Latest Technological support of Mobile Communication to M-Health with Case Study. M-Health advantages and limitations, Comparison of E-health with M-health, M-Health at Remote Location of earth, Future trend of M-Health Technology & Applications, Future needs of M-Health devices, customers, Consultants.
Proposed areas are include but are not limited to:
• Adoption of M-Health as Health care tool
• Advantages of M-Health
• Concept of Smart Home with M-Health
• Customer Acceptance of M-Health
• Future needs of Customer, Consultant of M-Health
• Future Network Infrastructures and Architectures for M-Healthcare
• Future Trends of M-Health
• Human Computer Interface and M-Health
• Impact of M-Health in human life
• Latest Mobile Network Technologies like 3G, LTE, SAE, NGN, 4G & M-Health
• Limitation of E-Health and Rise of M-Health
• Limitations of M-Health
• M-Health and Medical Science
• M-Health Applications Case Study
• M-Health as user-friendly tool
• M-Health for Emergency Patient Safety
• M-Health in the Developing Countries of the world
• M-Health in Ubiquitous Environment
• User Equipment Advancement support to M-Health
Session Chair (paper submissions for consideration for this session must be emailed to:
Dr. Kamaljit I. Lakhtaria
kamaljit.ilakhtaria@gmail.com

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