Meeting Presentations

2008
  1. Antoniotti NM, Grady B, Krupinski E, Burdick A, Carnahan L, Rosenthal L, Cavallerano J. Standards & Guidelines: ATA and Telemedicine’s New Frontier. American Telemedicine Association Annual Meeting, 608 April, 2008. Seattle, WA.

  2. Barker GP, Cooley J, Krupinski EA, McNeely RA, Weinstein RS. Can videoconferencing replace in-person presentation and if so, how? American Telemedicine Association Annual Meeting, 608 April, 2008. Seattle, WA.

  3. Barker GP, Krupinski EA, McNeely RA, Lopez AM, Latifi R, Hiteman S, Holcomb M, Beinar S, Hughes A, Weinstein R. Measuring The Arizona Telemedicine Program at an Academic Institution, The American Telemedicine Association Thirteenth Annual International Meeting and Exposition, Seattle Washington, April 6-8, 2008.

  4. Barker GP. Pathology Department Administrators Section of the Association of Pathology Chairs Annual Meeting, “Telemedicine Overview”. Colorado Springs, Colorado. July 2008.

  5. Latifi R. Arizona Telemedicine – Catastrophic Necrotizing Soft Tissues Infections, 5th Annual Advocate Injury Institute Symposium, “Trauma 2008: “A Risky Business”, Lombard, IL, November 11, 2008.

  6. Latifi R. Key Note Speaker, Arizona Telemedicine – Wave of the Future, 5th Annual Advocate Injury Institute Symposium, “Trauma 2008: “A Risky Business”, Lombard, IL, November 11, 2008.

  7. Latifi R. (Keynote Speaker) “From Occupation and Wars to Independence of Kosova: The Balkan Style”. General Surgery Grand Rounds, University of Arizona. March 12, 2008.

  8. Weinstein RS. “Arizona’s Leading Telemedicine Program” Arizona HIMSS Phoenix, Arizona. March 14, 2008.

  9. Weinstein RS. “Distance education Latin American” University of Arizona – Panama Experience” ATA Annual Meeting ATALACC Seattle, Washington. April 7, 2008.

  10. Weinstein RS. “Overview Arizona Telemedicine Program”, American Colleges of Healthcare Executives, Phoenix, Arizona. January 30, 2008.

  11. Weinstein RS. “Virtual Slide Telepathology, Predicting the Future in Laboratory Medicine’, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington, DC. February 26, 2008.