The Future of Health - July 24th 2015

Category: Presentations, Presentations
Author: Paul Higgins
Date Uploaded: 11-Jan-16

Paul presented to the NZIMRT-AIR Conference (Australian and New Zealand Radiographers) on the future of health and its impact on radiography and radiology



The presentation can be accessed at:


Future of Health


The Video can be accessed at :  

Future of Health Presentation for the Australian and New Zealand Radiologists (NZMIRT) Cloud Conference July 2015


Testimonial from Conference Organising Committee:


Paul Higgins was a keynote speaker for the recent Combined Scientific Meeting of the New Zealand Institute of Medical Radiation Technologists and the Australian Institute of Radiography. Paul presented on the future of healthcare referencing big data, artificial intelligence and robotics with relevance to the medical imaging and therapeutic disciplines of our profession. This is a big departure from the usual industry experts and Paul was extremely well received by our delegates with his entertaining and thought provoking keynote address. Paul was a pleasure to deal with and has continued to engage with our delegates post conference using our conference twitter hashtag, absolutely outstanding!



Darien Montgomerie

Professional Practice Fellow

Radiation Therapy

School of Medicine and Health Sciences

University of Otago, Wellington

PO Box 7343

Wellington South 6242



Plus a selection of tweets from the event: 




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