The Games for Health Conference
has announced full details on the line-up for its 2008 conference, to be held May 8th and 9th, 2008, at the Baltimore Convention Center in Baltimore, MD.
More than 300 attendees are expected to participate in over 60 sessions held by an international collection of 75 speakers - the full line-up
is now available on the website.
The Games for Health Project, which has produced the conference the past four years, has posted its agenda for the three-day event (pre-conference workshops on virtual worlds and health will be held on May 7th), revealing a diverse selection of meetings covering “the intersection of next-generation game technologies, health, and health care.”
"This conference provides a forum for collaborations to emerge between the video game industry and the health and health care industry," said Chinwe Onyekere, RWJF program officer. "Through these exchanges, we hope attendees will continue to explore how the power of video games can help to solve complex health challenges."