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Stanford Medicine X conference issues call for abstracts and presenters

Stanford Medicine X, a conference that explores how emerging technologies are advancing the practice of medicine, improving health and empowering patients,  is now accepting submissions for papers and speakers. If you're interested in showcasing your work at Medicine X, you can apply on the conference website.

The conference will be held on the Stanford campus from Sept. 5-7, and the submission deadline for abstracts and presenters is March 1.

Last year, as described in a previous Scope entry, Medicine X "set a new world record" for most number of tweets at a health-care conference.

More news about Stanford Medicine X is available in the Medicine X category.

Previously: Medicine X Live! to host Hangout on design thinking for patient engagement, Stanford Medicine X seeking students for leadership program and “You belong here”: A recap of Stanford Medicine X

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