Join us for the seventh annual Johns Hopkins Research Symposium on Engineering in Healthcare, "Proactive Engineering for Quality, Safety, and Equity in Healthcare" at the Johns Hopkins medical campus in Baltimore.
Given the recent challenges faced by clinicians, especially with the inundation of COVID, AI, and other emerging technologies, this symposium will highlight the current state of proactive approaches to engineering within healthcare that lead to improved quality, safety, and equity for patients. Industry experts, researchers, and practitioners will gather to explore the latest advancements, share insights, and foster collaborations to drive transformative change in patient-focused healthcare.
This year's symposium will include keynotes by Dr. Shawna Perry and Dr. José L. Zayas-Castro, panel sessions featuring thought leaders from academia and industry, an interactive lunch session for attendees to learn more and collaborate with peers, and more. For more information, visit the symposium website.
- Who: All interested in engineering and healthcare—faculty, clinicians, researchers, students, and industry leaders—are invited to attend
- When: Monday, Nov. 20, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., reception to follow
- Where: Chevy Chase Auditorium, Sheikh Zayed Tower, Johns Hopkins Medical Campus, 1800 Orleans St., Baltimore, MD 21287.
Register today here. Call for Digital Posters: Johns Hopkins affiliates are invited to present new or existing work at this year's symposium. E-posters and video demonstrations will be displayed throughout the symposium on Monday, Nov. 20. The combined reception and poster session is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. Submit your poster proposal here.