Eric Topol, Susannah Fox, Abraham Verghese, LaVerne Council, YOU?
Abstract submissions for the 2017 conference are now open! Medicine X 2017 will be held September 15-17th on the Stanford University campus.
Gain support for your work, build an audience who will champion your ideas, and find partners who will help you realize your vision!
Stanford Medicine X is:
- The most-discussed academic health care conference in the world.
- An Everyone Included™ initiative, where all stakeholders are respected and valued for the expertise that they bring.
- An international community with delegates from around the world, and a global online viewership representing over 60 countries.
- A premier venue to present your work to the world!
This year, the conference will be held on the Stanford campus from September 15-17, 2017.
Please note that if you are selected as a presenter, you will be required to pay and register for the conference.
Abstract submissions for the 2017 conference are now open! Abstract submissions will close on Friday, February 10th, at 5PM Pacific Time.
A Global Platform to Showcase Your Work
Stanford Medicine X is the leading patient-centered conference on emerging technology and medicine. During Medicine X 2016, we reached a landmark 1 billionth social media impression under the Medicine X hashtag. Our social media reach via livestream and twitter reached over 5.5 million unique individuals worldwide. In addition, #MedX trended #1 on Twitter in the United States each day of the conference. Delegates included attendees from throughout the country and around the world, in addition to a global online viewership representing more than 60 countries. Major media outlets that have covered Medicine X over the past three years include CNN, The New York Times, Bloomberg News, The Economist, Time Magazine, Wired Magazine, Popular Science, Elsevier Japan, and TechCrunch. Stanford University’s Medicine X conference is a premier venue to present your work to the world.
Areas of Focus
Scientific research studies and scholarly practice-based work in the area of emerging information and social technologies and their effects on the field of medicine will be the primary focus of the Medicine X conference. We seek submissions on a broad range of topics, including:
- Innovation in health care and medical education
- Implementation science
- Design-thinking around improving health
- Original research on eHealth tools
- 3D printing and medicine
- Aging and technology
- Mental health
- Personalized medicine and genomics
- Participatory medicine and the role of technology in empowering patient (and/or caregiver) engagement in a patient’s own health care
- Wearable computing technologies for health (e.g. wearable sensors for tracking health or heads-up information displays)
- The role of digital health technologies and their effects on patients and health care professionals
- Social/mobile technologies and their use in the areas of science, health, and medicine
- Health information and content on the Internet
- Collaboration using the Internet and the use of these technologies to change health care education, delivery, and practice
- Digital divide in access to health information technology, and more!
Type of Tracks
Presentations for Stanford Medicine X 2017 will be accepted in the following tracks:
Submissions to the business track typically involve presentations of interest to the business community and also presentation of commercial products that may be of interest to the Medicine X community. The focus of presentations should be educational, and present the objective merits of the product or topic to the audience.
Submissions made to the implementation track represent work conducted to carry out plans that were formed during the assessment and design stages of health care quality improvement and innovation projects. These submissions reflect work that is being done to execute and realize change at the individual, interpersonal, organizational, or environmental levels.
Submissions made to the research track reflect original work conducted to answer a hypothesis (research question) and should present relevant data, interpret the findings and synthesize the results into a set of conclusions. Abstracts must be structured into the following sections: background, method, results, and conclusion.
Submissions made to our new design track should reflect excellence, innovation, and potential or proven ability to improve the quality of health through design. We believe that thoughtful design is essential to innovation in healthcare and medicine across all domains (education, clinical care, research, etc.), and are seeking presentations from those who share our values and believe in the value of good design in health care.
Type of Presentations
The following presentation types will be accepted for Stanford Medicine X 2017:
Oral presentations offer an opportunity to provide a powerpoint slide presentation of your work to a large breakout audience. Presentations are 15 minutes in length, with a five minute question and answer period. Oral presentations are organized into theme sessions, and each session will have a designated moderator. Oral presentations are typically limited to a single presenter.
Oral Ignite! Talks
Oral Ignite! talks are 5-minute powerpoint slide presentations that provide presenters with the opportunity to give audience members a succinct and high impact introduction to their work. Ignite! presenters will also receive a professionally produced video of their talk that will be published on a variety of Med X channels. Oral Ignite! talks are typically limited to a single presenter.
Panel discussions are an ideal opportunity to provide a diverse set of perspectives on important topics in eHealth. If selected for a panel discussion, you will have the opportunity to select from 45 and 90 minute session blocks. Successful applicants will be contacted after acceptance for preferences. Panel presentations are required to have 1 moderator and 2-4 panelists. Please note that all panelists must pay and register for the conference.
Poster presentations offer an opportunity to share your work with an international audience at Medicine X. If selected, you will present your work via an electronic poster. Presentations will take place throughout the conference with special designated times for poster viewing. First authors should plan to be next to their posters to answer questions during these times.
Technology Hub Exhibit
Our technology hub is a dedicated space for educational exhibits and demonstrations throughout the 3-day Medicine X conference! This is the perfect place to provide educational demonstrations of your technology to Medicine X delegates.
These small interactive sessions are an opportunity for you to delve deeply into a topic and share your expertise with a group of passionate MedX delegates. Workshops hold a maximum of 30-35 people. Workshops can be led by 1-4 people. Please note that all facilitators must pay and register for the conference.