As most of you know, I will be returning to speak at Stanford University's Medicine X conference this year. What if I told you that you can watch my speech and the entire conference for free!?! That's right, you can get all the education and information that those in attendance receive from the comfort of your own home. It doesn't get any better than that now does it? Learn all about the emerging technologies on the healthcare front...all while kicking back on your couch, lounging in your pajamas.
Think you're too busy, going to be on the go and can't sit around looking at your computer for hours, even though you want to get all this awesome education....this year Stanford Medicine has brought back the Global Access Program. All you have to do is register for the site and you can enjoy a live stream of the conference, photos of the speakers and guests, and best of all its Free!!!
Medicine X Global Access Program
From the Medicine X website
The Global Access team is led by Emmy-award winning television producer Bita Nikravesh Ryan and 2013 Stanford-NBC Global Health Media fellow Hayley Goldbach. Our photography team includes Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker Theo Rigby, speaker portrait photographer Christopher Kern, and our special venues photographer Yuto Wantanabe.
Medicine X is an amazing conference, not only for the in depth look at the emerging technologies that fuel healthcare and healthcare innovation, but because it's a conference that truly does put the Patients First! This is ground zero of the ePatient movement. I highly recommend you sign up for the Global Access Program and see what I'm talking about. Last year, the Medicine X conference was a life changing event for those in attendance. I'm so happy that now you can watch and learn from the amazing presenters and ePatients from anywhere you have an internet connection (4g counts).
So what are you waiting for? Go own...get registered and get your learn on! Remember to watch your very own Prosthetic Medic speaking on September 6th at 4:20pm PST (7:20pm EST)