Digital Transformation in medicine: Implications for patients, professionals and researchers

The Bridge Forum Dialogue a.s.b.l.

invites you to a conference

on Thursday 9 December from 18:00 till 19:30

under the title

“Digital Transformation in Medicine:
Implications for patients, professionals and researchers”

under the chairmanship of

Prof. Dr. Catherine LEGLU
Vice-Rector of the University of Luxembourg
Member of the Executive Committee of the Bridge Forum Dialogue

The speaker will be

Prof. Dr. med. Jochen KLUCKEN
Head of the Digital Medicine (dMed) Group

A discussion with panellists and
a questions and answers session with the public will follow

This conference shall be held in a hybrid format:

VIRTUALLY: A few days before the event,
the streaming link will be sent to the registered participants

IN PERSON: Location:
European Convention Centre (ECCL)
4, Place de l’Europe, L-1499 Luxembourg (Kirchberg), Tram stop : « Philharmonie »

CovidCheck event
Verification of CovidCheck certificates at the entrance of the ECCL

Please mention on the registration form if you will attend
the event virtually or in person on the spot


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Participants agree to have their photographs taken by the photographer of the BFD during the conference for reporting purposes, including display on the website of the Association. They further agree that the BFD may make recordings of questions or interventions in audio and/or video format.

The BFD is committed to ensure the full respect of the privacy and individual rights of all registrants and participants to its conferences (e.g. right to access, rectify, delete personal data). For this purpose, it has also appointed on a voluntary basis a Data Protection Officer (DPO) (, within the Secretariat of the BFD, at the Banque centrale du Luxembourg (2, boulevard Royal, L-2983 Luxembourg).