Do we need a new ethical standard for digital medicine? Free

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Armstrong discusses technologies such as genetic testing and wearable devices and the impact they could have on health insurance and the treatments people receive in the future.

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Piers Gough (Architect) & Mandy McMahan (Clinical Psychologist), Maggie's Cancer Centres. 

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Assistant Professor John Qualter, Langone Medical Centre, New York. 

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Helen Lyndon, Nurse Consultant, Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Primary Care Trust.

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Ruth Keir and Dr Jenny Barnett, Cambridge Cognition, Uk. 

 

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Lucien Engelen, Director of the Radboud REshape & Innovation Centre, Radboud University , Holland.

 

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Dr Adam Darkins, Chief Telehealth Consultant, USA.

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Lord Nigel Crisp. Cross Bench Peer, House of Lords.

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Sir Michael Rawlins, President of the Royal Society of Medicine, London

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