Registration is now open for the enhanced, special edition, 2-day, low cost, ICM+User Group meeting in Cambridge on 10-11 September 2018! Check out the details and register as the places are limited.
We are thrilled to announce that this year will see our first two-day workshop entirely dedicated to ICM+ software, suitable for all level of experience (even prospective users), and it will be held in a beautiful surrounding of Cambridge University, Homerton college.
Timetable and main topics
The main focus will be on the application of ICM+ to data analysis but the format will also include invited lecturers, as well as testimonies and cases from individual users.
Intricacies of the data collection process including integration of high resolution data from multiple monitors and clinical annotations will also be discussed and the participants will have a chance to gain hands-on experience using prepared mock data collection stations. At least three intensive hands-on sessions are planned and all participants are strongly encouraged to bring their own data, ready to discuss their individual needs and ideas.
Please follow the links below to find out more detailed information about…
- The full workshop TIMETABLE
- Our invited speakers and the LECTURES program
- The MAIN TOPICS that will directly involve you during the hands-on sessions
We hope that this will create a strong basis for continuing multicentre collaboration and provide a ripe environment for stimulating discussions promoting further monitoring projects and all round networking.
Please follow this link to the on-line registration form.
As part of the registration process we will ask you a few questions to ascertain your needs and experience. Please take a few minutes to fill it in. Please remember that this workshop is organised to bring together our users and to engender helpful discussion. It is a meeting for YOU, that we aim to tailor to YOUR needs. Therefore we are very much looking forward to receiving your input.
And finally, spread the word! The workshop is open to everyone and we would very much like to collaborate with new centres and extend ICM+ to other specialties.
There is always a good time to make new friends!
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