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Dr. José A. Caminero

Dr. Caminero is a pulmonologist with 25 years of experience working in the area of tuberculosis. In the past 23 years he has worked in the Department of Pulmonology, General Hospital of Gran Canaria ” Dr. Negrin ” (Las Palmas, Canary Islands, Spain ). Since 1995 he has worked at the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union, Paris, France) and since 2003 he is the unit coordinator of multi-drug resistant TB (MDR -TB) for this organization. Dr. Caminero is a member of the Green Light Committee (World Health Organization ) since 2002. Between 1994 and 1998 he was the chairman of the Scientific Committee of the Spanish Society of Pneumology and Thoracic Surgery (SEPAR ).Dr. Caminero has worked in various areas of TB (including HIV) in more than 50 developing countries, including Latin America and others like China, India, Philippines, Pakistan, Egypt, Syria, Namibia and South Africa, among others. Since 1996 he has taught many courses on TB worldwide (in English and Spanish), with emphasis on clinical management. He has published over 150 articles, and more than 50 publications in English. He has edited the guide to tuberculosis specialists (La Union, 2004) and four other books associated with tuberculosis. Dr. José A. Caminero has given more than 300 lectures at international conferences, and has received numerous awards in various scientific societies.

Dr. Olga Ferrer-Roca

MD. PhD. Born in Barcelona, studied Medicine in the Central University of Barcelona from 1966-1972 with Honors. Got the PhD with “Cariotyping and tissue culture of tumors” in 1974 with Honors. Specialized in Pathology in 1974 being trained in Paris, Milwakee-USA and London. Working as pathologist in the Clinic Hospital of Barcelona since 1972 got the Assistance Professorship in Pathology in 1974 and the Chair of Pathology of the University of La Laguna in 1982 […]Founded the CATAI association in 1993, being the president since then. Got the UNESCO Chair of Telemedicine in 1999 for the University of La Laguna. Since 1996 train on Telemedicine the students of medicine and Computer Science, creating the European Master of Telemedicine and Bioengineering applied to Telemedicine in 2004, at distance […]

Mr. Sebastián Lucas Marró

Mr. Marró is an IT Specialist and ERPs consultant. Member of GNU Solidario and Board member of the Tryton Foundation. He is an active member of the Argentinian Tryton Group. He actively contributes to the development of the Tryton Localization in Argentina. He currently holds the position of Director of Technology at Thymbra, where he cooperates with the GNU Health Project. He has been working and promoting the development of Free Software. He has given lectures and training about Tryton, GNU Health and Free Software in Latin America and Europe.

Dr. Luis Falcón

Dr. Falcón (Las Palmas, Spain) holds a degree in Computer Science and Mathematics from the California State University (USA) and in Medicine from IUCS, Buenos Aires (Argentina). Luis is a social, animal rights and Free/Libre Software activist. In 2006 he founded GNU Solidario, a nonprofit organization that delivers Education and Health to developing countries with Free Software. He is the author of GNU Health (http://health.gnu.org), the award-winning Free/Libre Health and Hospital Information System. He is the founder and CEO of Thymbra, a company with focus on ERP and Health Informatics.

Mr. Thomas Karopka 

Mr. Karopka has over 20 years working experience in the area of information and communication technologies. After working for 10 years in industry, he moved to academi where he worked for 5 years in the area of bioinformatics. In 2007 he became head of the eHealth department of the IT Science Center Rügen gGmbH, an institute of applied research in Germany. Since August 2011 he works for BioCon Valley GmbH a cluster management organisation for healthcare and biotechnology in Germany. He is currently chair of the Libre/Free Open Source Software Working Group of the European Federation of Medical Informatics (EFMI LIFOSS WG) and chair of the International Medical Informatics Open Source Working Group (IMIA OS WG). He is a member of the German Association for Medical Informatics, Biometry and Epidemiologyand the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth.

Dr. Richard Fitton

Dr. Fitton, qualified as a doctor at Guy’s Hospital, London SE1 1974 and at present is a locum General Practitioner at Tameside and Glossop CCG. He has done an Electronic Record Development and Implementation Pilot project 2001, was a member of the Department of Health “copying letters to patients” working group 2004 and of the Member National Care record Development Board 2004 to 2005. He was a member of the Wellcome Trust working group on the secondary use of GP data for research 2006, a member of the GMC production team of the first guidance on sharing records with patients and a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners and Department of Health Working group on patients accessing their records – in 2012. Engagement with Wellmed record USA in 1999 to 2001, the International Council of Medical compunetics conferences in 2006, 2007, 2008 and had consultations with the UNESCO moderator and ex secretary of the UNESCO working group on the use of human genetic data in 2008. He has presented at the WHO FIC Trieste 2007 and at the International Conferences on Urban Health Nairobi, New York and Manchester. He conducted the Joy Project 2003: 50 patients correcting their own record. Patients correcting records after the Shipman murders 2005 Tameside and Glossop PCT.

Dr. Alejandro José Sánchez Camejo

Dr. Sánchez Camejo is a surgeon from the University of Zulia (L.U.Z.). Faculty of Medicine. He has a Training residency in health care at University Hospital “Dr. Adolfo D´Empaire” surgical Department (2002-2005). Informédica Group. Applied Telemedicine course. February 2004. Miami – FL. USA. Final project: Teledismorphology. Applied to Telemedicine in diagnosing congenital malformations. he has a Master in Esthetic Medicine. Medical Aspects and Interventionists form the Balearics University. Palma de Mallorca, February 2007-2008. He has been giving multiple courses and workshops at national and international level, not only in the health care residence but also in the esthetic medicine specialization. He has published multiple publications on international magazines, as well as, participation at congresses as speaker at national and international level. He has excellent computer science skills on medical area. Venezuela Telemedicine group Founder (2005) at University Hospital Dr. Adolfo D’Empaire. University of Zulia. Cabimas (Venezuela). Member of the Spanish Esthetics Society (SEME). Member of the Official College of Doctors’ from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.

Dr. Alberto Lazzero

Dr. Lazzero is an Emergency Physician at West Turin Hospital Federation – Local Health Unit TO 3, United Hospitals of Pinerolo (Turin Area). He is Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Turin, Faculty of Medicine “San Luigi”, School of Nursing. He is also Professor of Emergency Care in Telemedicine and Telepharmacy in an International Master on eHealth at University of Camerino, Faculty of Pharmacy. University education: Degree in Medicine and Surgery, magna cum laude (Turin, Italy). Specialization in Endocrinology, with special interest for critical patients, magna cum laude (Turin, Italy). University Diploma in Chronobiology (Paris, France). University Diploma in Emergency Medicine (Nice, France). Master of Science in eHealth, magna cum laude (Camerino, Italy). He is member of several scientific societies including the Federazione delle Associazioni dei Dirigenti Medici Internisti (FADOI), the Società Italiana di Medicina d’Emergenza e Urgenza (SIMEU) and the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth (ISfTeH). In 2010 founded ZOHE – E-Health Open Zone, a no-profit association that aims to promote health care through knowledge, research and innovation, trying to combine sustainability, health and people with a special interest for emerging economies.

Mr. Musa Suso

Mr. Suso is from Gambia and started working for Ministry of Health & Social Welfare in Gambia in 2004 . After the Health record Management training at Royal Vitoria Teaching Hospital he was posted to Farafenni Regional Health Team in the rural Gambia and also oversea the Farafenni Hospital as Regional Dater Entry Clerk. In 2005 after the Data Management training course with ICM London, he was promoted as a Senior Data Entry and again posted to Bansang Hopital in rural Gambia. After his BSc in Computer Science at the University Of The Gambia full sponsored by Ministry of Health and he was promoted as a Data Manager in the central Health Information System office and in June 2013  he was promoted again as an ICT office for the Ministry of Health.

Dr. Shinji Kobayashi

Dr. Kobayashi was born in 1970 Saga. He graduated from the graduate school of Kyushu university with MD, PhD. His research area is Open Source Software in medicine and Ruby implementation of the openEHR standards. He has been a lead of Medical Open Source Software Council in Japan from 2003.


Mr. Jorge Raul Valera de Fez

Mr. Valera de Fez Has a degree in Sociology and Social Sciences (Spain, 2002). AMaster inScience of Labour and Education (France, 2005)and he has a Training as a Specialist inInternational Marketing (Spain, 2008). Jorge has been working and applying his knowledge in various companies, until hebegan his work with the Red Cross. He currently holds the position of Referrer Regional Volunteer, in charge of coordination and management of volunteers in the four counties of the island of Gran Canaria (Spain).

Dr. Claudia Pagliari

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Convenor, eHealth Interdisciplinary Research Group; Programme Director MSc in Global eHealth, The University of Edinburgh. Dr Pagliari is an interdisciplinary researcher specialising in the study, design and evaluation of eHealth. This includes studies of remote patient monitoring, mHealth, online interventions, virtual robots, personal health records, social media, and digital health in low income countries, as well as research on the ethics and public acceptability of (big) data mining and linkage. She also leads masters programmes in Health Informatics, Health Information Governance and Global eHealth, supervises PhD students and sits on several UK and international advisory boards in the area.

Psic. Tais Pérez

Health psychologist specialized in nephrology (psychonephrology). MA in Clinical Practice in Mental Health, MA in Behavioral and Health Science Methodology and MA in Systemic Family Therapy. Currently developing her career in the field of chronic kidney disease, working with patients with kidney disease at the General Hospital of Gran Canaria “Dr. Negrín”. Founder of RenalHelp, the first complete web platform and mobile application to support patients with chronic kidney disease (www.myrenalhelp.com).