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Games for Health Europe coverage

Follow coverage of the Games for Health Europe conference in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, which aims to highlight the impact games can have in healthcare

The Games for Health Europe conference, held October 24 to 25 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, aims to bring together medical professionals, academics and leaders from the pharmaceutical and technology industry to discuss and demonstrate the impact games and simulations can have on healthcare.

Speakers include Ben Sawyer, president of Digitalmill, US-based consultancy that produced the Virtual U project, a serious game-simulation about university management; Dr Adam Gazzaley founding director of the Neuroscience Imaging Center at the University of California, whose research focuses on how to enhance our cognitive abilities through the use of video games; and Jan Willem Huisman, founder of IJsfontein Interactive Media, a company that designs educational games.

Programme topics include games to support rehabilitation; exercise gaming; cognitive health and medical education and training.

Read PMLiVE's preview of the Games for Health Europe conference.

Follow the conference via live streaming video, or see the Twitter stream below.

24th October 2011

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