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 Session  Medical Workshop
 Chair(s)  Shuji Shimizu (Kyushu University Hospital, Japan)
 Ho-Seong Han (Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Korea)
 Objective Our goal is to establish a medical network with high-quality moving image on a broadband Internet in all Asia-Pacific regions.
In order to expand our WG, it is essential for both medical and engineering people to get together on site and discuss our next strategy. At the same time, we will demonstrate our new and developing systems to our members.
 Target Audience  Medical doctors/Co-medicals /Engineers/Researchers
 Agenda Session Chairs:
Shuji Shimizu (Kyushu University Hospital, Japan)
Ho-Seong Han (Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Korea)
Naoki Nakashima (Kyushu University Hospital, Japan)
Young-Sung Lee (Chung-Buk National University, Korea)
Aug 6 (Wed) Medical Workshop -I Day

1) 9:00-10:30 Tele-truck/Mobile surgical services Dr Stuart Gowland

2) 10:30-12:00 Test for Healthcare teleconference

3) 12:00-13:30 Medical WG meeting: Activity report, chaired by Shimizu (Polycom) (KR 9:00-10:30, CN 8:00-9:30, TH 7:00-8:30 joining at 8:00)
  1. AQUA activity (Torata/KUH/JP) remote
  2. Tips in setting up audio-visual equipments(JungHun Lee/SNU/KR) local
  3. Cisco’s Healthcare Lead for Australia and New Zealand (Malcolm Miller/CISCO) local
  4. APAN-TW plan
    1. Healthcare (YS Lee/Parvati/Nakashima) remote?
    2. Endoscopy or cardiac intervention (Shimizu)
    3. Remote medicine (Ali), and others
  5. KSGE activity in Korea (Hahm/Hanyang/KR) remote
  6. APGCC & HK Live (Ng/CUHK/CN) remote
  7. OMED Live and other activities (Somchai/Mahidol/TH) remote
  8. TAGE e-endoscopy with CanalAVIST (Rungsan/Chula/TH) remote
14:00-17:30 Healthcare teleconference
Remote Chairs (Stanford, USA): YoungSung Lee & Parvati Dev
Local Chair (NZ, Australia): Nakashima

13:30-14:00 Final check-up for preparation Chairs: YS Lee & Nakashima, and Parvati (online)
Time Information 1st Session 2nd Session
Venue in NZ 14:00-15:30 16:00-17:30
KOREA 11:00-12:30 13:00-14:30
JAPAN 11:00-12:30 13:00-14:30
AUSTRALIA 13:00-14:30 15:00-16:30
INDIA 0730-09:00 09:30-11:00
USA 19:00-20:30 21:00-22:30 (Tues)
14:00-15:30 Medical Education with Simulation (Case Report) 1st session (14:00 ~15:30, 10 mins presentation & 5 mins discussion )   
Topics: Topics: Medical education with simulation/ Experiences of telemedicine (case report) 
Objective: This session aims to realize fusion technology in the medical sphere by networking expert groups in the same sphere and correlating needs group for medical expertise and its supply group.  Anyone can be an adequate expert for these sessions, if he has interests in convergence of the cutting edge and information technology, and, furthermore, of medical knowledge. So far only the interested researchers connected by the broad band network have joined them. We hope more and more researchers have interests in this session’s objective and join the similar sessions.

1. National Cancer Center, Korea: Dr. Yung-Ho Jo, Department of Biomedical Engineering, National Cancer Center 
2. Stanford University, USA: Parvati/YoungSung Lee
3. Millenium Hotel, Queenstown, NZ:  Nakashima 
4. Dehli, India: Sakti 
5. CSIRO, Australia; Susan Hansen 
16:00-17:30: 2nd Session Medical Knowledge Network on Public Health
Topics: Medical Knowledge Network on Public Health
Objective: This session aims to realize fusion technology in the medical sphere by networking expert groups in the same sphere and correlating needs group for medical expertise and its supply group.  Anyone can be an adequate expert for these sessions, if he has interests in convergence of the cutting edge and information technology, and, furthermore, of medical knowledge. So far only the interested researchers connected by the broad band network have joined them. We hope more and more researchers to have interests in this session’s objective and to join the similar sessions.

Participants (site/ country/ speaker):
1. National Cancer Center, Korea: Prof. Jaehee Han /Department of Physiology, KyeongSang University
2. Stanford University, USA: Prof. LeRoy/ SUMMIT, Stanford Univ
3. Kyushu University, Japan: Prof. Inoue 
4. Millenium Hotel, Queenstown, NZ 
5. Dehli, India: Prof. Sakti Srivastava, New Delhi University
6. CSIRO, Australia;   Susan Hansen, CSIRO ICT Centre
:Saroj: Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences, lucknow
Aug 7 (Thu) Medical Workshop -II Day

1) 9:00-10:30 Network and technology update, chaired by TBA
1. Medical network in Korea (KOREN) Heesang Park
2. Medical network in Australia (AARNet) Greg Wickham
3. Network Update in Malaysia (MYREN) Suhaimi Napis
4. Network Update in Vietnam (VinaREN) Nguyen Ngoc Binh
5. Network Update in India (ERNET) Avanindra Singh
6. DV relay (AIT/TH) Kanchana Kanchanasut
2) 11:00-12:30 final test

3) 13:00-15:30 Surgical Live Demonstration
Topics: Colo-rectal laparoscopic surgery

1. NZ venue
2. U Auckland, NZ
3. Brisbane, AU
4. Concord, AU
5. Kyoto, JP
6. Kyushu, JP
7. UP, PH
4) 16:00-17:30 Remote medicine in rural area, chaired by Ali/Indonesia
(Polycom with MCU, Sri Lanka 9:30-11:00, Nepal 9:45-11:15, VN 11:00-12:30, TW 12:00-13:30, Perth)
1. Indonesia/Ali /UI (local)
2. Bangladesh/Ashir (remote)
3. AU/Yogesan/U of West Australia (remote)
4. TW/HS Chen/NTU (remote)
5. VN/Ngo Quy Chau/Back Mai (remote)
6. Nepal-1&2/Prashant & Saroj Dhital/Model Hospital (local & remote)
7. Sri Lanka/Ariyaratne/Kelaniya U (remote)

Note: Speakers: We will invite medical doctors or local network engineers as speakers from various countries of Asia-Pacific regions.
In addition, we will make sessions of live demonstration of advanced medical procedures or video teleconferences, connecting multiple stations in AP, US and Europe.
Aug 4 (Mon): test Preparation and test whole day
Aug 5 (Tue):
AM: final test
PM: 1) Joint session with HD-WG
Stations: Tokyo-SSF-NZ venue
Topics: Technique of neurosurgery
Introduction of SSF and Tokyo venue,
Chairman: JongWon Kim & Shimizu
2) HD workshops 1&2
 Remark  Room setup: Class Room Shape
We will have two or more live demonstrations among multiple stations. We would like to have enough time for preparation or rehearsals at the same room, such as the night before or a few days before the event. Necessary equipments may include multi-point teleconference system, microphones, mixers, and several high-quality monitors.

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