The Games for Health Project, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, TATRC, and USC’s Annenberg School for Communication & Institute for Creative Technologies have announced Games for Health Day, a day-long event to take place May 9, 2006 in Los Angeles.
Healthcare professionals, researchers, and game developers will converge on the Davidson Executive Conference Center for the event, which occurs in parallel to the opening day of the Electronic Entertainment Expo.
The event which will focus on the use of video games and related technologies in health and healthcare, and will feature talks by professionals in these fields on topics such as cancer treatment, health messaging using games, cognitive health, and more. The day will be capped off with an evening reception.
Games for Health Day is free for USC faculty & students, grantees of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and researchers who have TATRC-sponsored or partnered projects. To register for the event visit the Acteva online ticketing site