Medical Working Group
Chairman :
Shuji Shimizu (Kyushu University Hospital, Japan)
Ho-Seong Han (Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Korea)
Members :
Network: Koji Okamura
Audio-visual: Yasuaki Antoku, Kuriko Kudo
Secretary: Yoko Noda
Objectives :
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
Expected Number of Participants :
30
Agenda :
Healthcare-1 - 08:00-10:45
Topic:
International Collaborative Research on Cancer and Nanotechnology
Chair: Yongdoo Choi
Co-Chair:
Chief Engineer: Todd Cox
Cooperating Engineer: Ti-Chuang Chiang
System: Polycom and its compatibles
Participating Institutions
  • Chiang Mai venue - Thailand - Yongdoo Choi
  • UCLA - United States - Fuyu Tamanoi
  • NCI - United States - Anil K. Patri
  • City of Hope Cancer Center - United States - Jacob M Berlin
  • KNCC - South Korea - Eun Sook Lee
  • NCNST - China - Xingjie Liang
  • Nagoya U - Japan - Yoshinobu Baba
  • Academia Sinica - China - Kuan Wang
  • NTU - Taiwan - Huei-Wen Chen
Programme
  • 08:00 - 08:30 - Preparation of system connection and rehearsal
  • 08:30 - 08:35 - Opening remarks and greeting - YD Choi/Tamanoi
  • 08:35 - 08:45 - Cancer Nanotechnology Program at UCLA - Mike Teitell
  • 08:45 - 08:55 - Resources for Preclinical Assessment of Nanomedicines - Anil K. Patri
  • 08:55 - 09:05 - Brain Tumor Immunotherapy with Nanoparticles - Jacob M Berlin
  • 09:05 - 09:15 - Outcomes and future perspectives in NEXT Branch of Research Institute, National Cancer Center, Korea - Eun Sook Lee
  • 09:15 - 09:25 - Employ of Nanotechnology to overcome cancer chemotherapeutic resistance - Xingjie Liang
  • 09:25 - 09:35 - Targeted tumor detection and therapy by using nanoparticles - Xingyu Jiang
  • 09:35 - 09:45 - Research in FIRST Research Center for Innovative Nanobiodevices, Nagoya University - Yoshinobu Baba
  • 09:45 - 09:55 - New research project "Nanomedicine Molecular Science" and nanotechnology cancer - Tsuneo Urisu
  • 09:55 - 10:05 - Study on nanomolecular probe of targeted tumor angiogesis imaging - Rong-Fu Wang
  • 10:05 - 10:15 - Nanoscience and Nanomedicine at Academia Sinica, Taiwan - Kuan Wang

    Abstract:

    Taiwan has made impressive progress and major impact on all aspects of nanoscience and nanotechnology in the past decade. Academia Sinica, being one of the leading research institutions in Taiwan, has played major role in promoting this emerging research field. I would like to this opportunity to give an overview the research activities, especially the application of nanotechnology in translational medicine, at Academia Sinica.

    Taiwan has made impressive progress and major impact on all aspects of nanoscience and nanotechnology in the past decade. Academia Sinica, being one of the leading research institutions in Taiwan, has played major role in promoting this emerging research field. I would like to this opportunity to give an overview the research activities, especially the application of nanotechnology in translational medicine, at Academia Sinica.

  • 10:15 - 10:25 - TBD - Huei-Wen Chen
  • 10:25 - 10:35 - TBD - Pen-Chry Yang
  • 10:35 - 10:45 - Discussion on future format of the meeting
    Closing remarks - Tamanoi/YD Choi
Healthcare-2 - 10:45-12:30
Topic:
International Collaborative Research and Education in Orthopaedics
Chair: W. Edward Johansen
Co-Chair:
Chief Engineer: Todd Cox
Cooperating Engineer: Ti-Chuang Chiang
System: Polycom and its compatibles
Participating Institutions
  • N.S.C.B. Medical College - India - HKT Raza
  • Indian Orthopaedic Journal - India - Anil K. Jain, MD
  • King Edward Medical - Pakistan - Syed Muhammad Awais
  • USC - United States - Chadwick F. Smith
  • Tohoku U - Japan - Nobuyuki Yamamoto
  • CBNU - South Korea - Yong Min Kim
  • NTU - Taiwan - Hong-Sen Chiang
Programme
  • 11:00 - 11:05 - Introduction and Opening Statement - W. Edward Johansen
  • 11:05 - 11:15 - Key address - TBD
  • TB Spine in children - Anil K. Jain
  • TBD - Stephen S. Wolff
  • TBD - Chadwick F. Smith
  • TBD - Ashok Kumar Johari
  • Shoulder surgery - Nobuyuki Yamamoto
  • Pre and Post-lecture assessment using case studies in block lecture for medical students - Yong Min Kim

    Abstract:

    Instead of department-based lectures, we adopted system-matched block lecture for 2nd year of medical school. Those are cardiology, pulmonology, gastroenterology, hemato-oncology etc. Lecture of orthopedic surgery was also changed into block lecture of musculoskeletal system. Musculoskeletal block lecture is accomplished by many lecturers from various departments for 2 weeks. At first, basic science subjects such as anatomy, physiology and biomechanics were included but now removed. Recently, radiology, rehabilitation, nuclear medicine, chest surgery, plastic surgery, maxillofacial surgery, and anesthesiology joined our block lecture under organization by orthopedic surgery. Orthopedic terms are strange to most students, which may frustrate them. Our purpose of this study is to assess the efficacy of this kind of repeated case study before and after the lectures and to encourage the students by letting them realize how they have changed after this block lecture.

    Method and Result

    On the first day, we gave the students (about 50 people) 20 questions covering almost whole orthopedic field. All the questions were made using our own cases. The cases were very typical and representative. No hint was given during the quiz; no answer was given after the quiz. As for the first quiz, overall rate of right answer was less than 20%. Best score was less than 40%. Most students seemed to be unfamiliar with orthopedic terminology. After 2 weeks of block lecture, the case study quiz was given again at the final class. The result of final quiz was striking. Overall rate of right answer grew up to 70%. More educational comments such as postoperative changes about each case were given. During the final case study, many students told us that they became much aware of diverse orthopedic problems. These facts also made the lecturers happy by confirming the efficacy of their lectures. Our pre and post-lecture case study (quiz) seemed to be a useful way to assess the efficacy of overall lectures. Furthermore it seemed to enhance self-esteems of the students and the lecturers.

  • Sports Medicine - Hong-Sen Chiang
  • Closing Statement - W. Edward Johansen
Healthcare-3 - 14:00-15:30
Topic:
Mobile learning and research for healthcare providers
Chair: YoungSung Lee
Co-Chair:
Chief Engineer: Byoung-Ki Koo
Cooperating Engineer: CT Chiang
System: Haeden Bridge
Participating Institutions
  • Chiang Mai venue - Thailand - YoungSung Lee
  • Innovation in Learning INC - United States - Parvati Dev
  • MedRIC (Ger) - Germany - Myungja Koh
  • Karolinska Institute - Sweden - Nabil Zary
  • Chungbuk National U - South Korea - Eun-Jung Lee
Programme
  • 14:00 - 14:05 - Opening remarks and greeting - YoungSung Lee
  • 14:05 - 14:20 - Smart Working environment in Medical research, education and treatment - YoungSung Lee
  • 14:20 - 14:35 - E-learning Trends: Beyond Multimedia - Parvati Dev

    Abstract:

    Multimedia e-learning, previously delivered through CD-ROM, DVD, and local area network, and tethered to the desk, is now accessed through web and mobile phone, and is available anywhere. In addition to new access methods, we have moved to new technology-supported methods of learning such as simulation, games, virtual environments and hand gestures on tablets. These new e-learning tools are supported by a new eco-system with components such as a learning management system, standards for exchange of content between systems, apps stores, i-textbooks, and virtual markets for purchasing components to build e-learning content. E-learning is also moving out of overt learning situations and into just-in-time learning available through point-of-use help systems and even through the electronic medical record.

  • 14:35 - 14:50 - Application of Web-based National Health Education System for Emerging Infectious Diseases in Korea - Mungja Koh
  • 14:50 - 15:05 - Virtual Patients 3.0 - Toward personalized computer-based simulations - Nobil Zary
  • 15:05 - 15:20 - Mobile learning experience in Korea - Eun-Jung Lee
  • 15:20 - 15:30 - Q&A, Closing remarks - YoungSung Lee
Remarks :
Healthcare Sessions are sponsored mainly by MedRIC, with additional support from NIA and KISTI.

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