November/December 2016

Technological Innovation Comes to Palliative Care

Technological Innovation Comes to Palliative Care

Author(s): Mary Bates
Technological Innovation Comes to Palliative Care 618 372 IEEE Pulse

At first, palliative care and technology might seem like strange bedfellows. At its core, palliative care is a very human side of medicine, relying heavily on talking with and listening…

read more
The Future and Impact of the Internet of Things (IoT) on Healthcare

The Future and Impact of the Internet of Things (IoT) on Healthcare

Author(s): IEEE Pulse
The Future and Impact of the Internet of Things (IoT) on Healthcare 620 374 IEEE Pulse

December 8, 2016, 2:45 pm – The Nixon Library, 18001 Yorba Linda Blvd, Yorba Linda, CA Please join us at the HIMSS Southern California Chapter 9th Annual CIO Forum for…

read more
Sharing the Knowledge - Project ECHO

Sharing the Knowledge

Author(s): Cynthia Weber
Sharing the Knowledge 618 372 IEEE Pulse

Much like some other regions of the United States, the American Southwest is home to large open spaces in which the majority of people and services are concentrated in one…

read more
Brexit Brings Fears for UK Science

Brexit Brings Fears for UK Science

Author(s): Jim Banks
Brexit Brings Fears for UK Science 618 372 IEEE Pulse

After a bitter and hard fought campaign, the UK voted in a June referendum to decide whether it would remain part of the European Union (EU). Nearly 52% of voters…

read more
Protecting Your Invention in Europe

Protecting Your Invention in Europe

Author(s): Tom Harding
Protecting Your Invention in Europe 618 372 IEEE Pulse

Patents have existed throughout Europe for hundreds of years in various forms. For example, the first English patent granted to an inventor appears to have been to Giacopo Acontio in…

read more
How to Stop Others from Copying Your Invention

How to Stop Others from Copying Your Invention

Author(s): Tani Chen
How to Stop Others from Copying Your Invention 618 372 IEEE Pulse

The Founding Fathers thought patents were an important part of the new country’s future—even as they were still working out basic issues such as how many branches of government were…

read more