AHT2022 - IET Appropriate Healthcare Technologies Webinars - REGISTRATION + CHANGE OF DATE !!

1 November, 2022

Dear HIFA friends and Shashi N Vani (thank you for your enquiry),

Firstly, and importantly, due to unforeseen circumstances, it has been necessary to delay these webinares to Wednesday 30 November 2022

I am pleased to announce that registrations for all 3 webinar sessions can be made at:


These webinars on "Appropriate Healthcare Technologies for Low Resource Settings" are being organised by The Institution of Engineering and Technology, UK and are timed to suit delegates in Asia, Europe and The Americas but everyone is welcome to join all 3 webinars as the presentations are different for each one. Registration for the webinars is free of charge.

The main themes of the 3 webinar sessions are:

Webinar Session 1: Novel Technology Application

Webinar Session 2; Training, Transfer and Data

Webinar Session 3: Device Management

The webinars with consist of Q & A sessions on the video presentations for that session.

The AHT2022 presentations are available to view here (click on "here") or on the link on the registration page. To find these videos, click on "Event videos" just below the test chart. Then scroll down to find the list of videos which can then be selected and played.

We hope that you can join us and we would be most grateful if you would tell your colleagues and contacts about these webinars.

If you have any queries you may contact me or Gemma Hadley of the IET at ghadley@theiet.org

Very best wishes,

Len Cornish

Member, AHT2022 Organising Committee,

The Institution of Engineering and Technology, UK

Mobile: +44 (0)7855 459708

HIFA profile: Len Cornish is a Biomedical Engineering Consultant. He is a Member, Technical Advisory Panel, Healthcare Technologies Network, The Institution of Engineering and Technology, London. Formerly, he was Head, Biomedical Engineering Department, ECHO International Health Services Ltd (1993-2000) and Electronics Engineer at The University of Hong Kong (1972-92) where he worked with the Medical & Dental Faculties. He was a co-founder of the Hong Kong Oxfam Group in 1976 and OXFAM HONG KONG in 1988. LenCornish AT aol.com