Organiser: Cluster HealthCapital Berlin-Brandenburg
Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin has been known for its world-class medicine for three centuries. With almost 660,000 outpatient and around 140,000 inpatient cases a year, the Charité treats more patients than any other German university hospital and thus has a valuable wealth of experience. Each day, around 3,700 scientists and researchers in more than 1,000 projects, working groups and cooperative projects work to advance forward-looking developments in the field of medicine to the highest standards of quality and sustainability.
During this English-speaking excursion, we will introduce you to the project “ERIC - Enhanced Recovery after Intensive Care” and the Intensive Care Uni of the Charité on Campus Virchow. The project aims at evaluating and optimizing the rehabilitative potential of patients during and after their stay at the intensive care unit with the help of digital indicators.
More information about the project is available here.
The registration is now closed. Please visit the bvitg booth on the conhIT fairground (4.2 C117) to find out whether there are remaining places.