Diagnostics Drugs & Therapy

Summer School on Telemedical care: facilitators and barriers in the West Balkan region

The venue of the Summer School is Hotel Slovenska Plaza ©HTWG Konstanz: Medical Summer School

D-Konstanz/ME-Budva | The Summer School”  of HTWG Konstanz in cooperation with University of Montenegro presents a description of telemedicine status, perspectives and challenges addressing Western Balkans countries.


The Summer School offers six workshops on relevant topics:

  • Best practices of telemedicine
  • Technical, economic and social challenges
  • Cross-border cooperation
  • Regional roadmap for telemedicine
  • Ethical, Legal and Social Aspects (ELSA)
  • IT-Platforms and Artificial Intelligence

The Summer School will provide Ph.D. panels for young researchers to discuss new and innovative research approaches. Representatives from the civil society will be invited to participate throughout the event and will be specifically included in a panel session and a dedicated workshop.
We offer you a comprehensive overview of the topic of regional telemedicine, excellent speakers and extensive opportunities for discussion and interdisciplinary cooperation. On behalf of all members of the summer school faculty, we cordially invite you to Montenegro.

Prof. Dr. Ralf Seepold
HTWG Konstanz

Prof. Dr. Radovan Stojanovic
University of Montenegro

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02.08.2022 - 06.08.2022


General Chair and Organizer
Prof. Dr. Ralf Seepold, HTWG Konstanz

Program Chairs
Prof. Dr. Ralf Seepold, HTWG Konstanz

Prof. Dr. Radovan Stojanovic, University of Montenegro

Activities Committee
Akhmadbek Asadov, Ubiquitous Computing Lab, HTWG Konstanz, Konstanz, Germany
Denisa Krijestorac, University of Montenegro, Montenegro


Slovenska Plaza, HG Budvanska rivijera, 85310 1, Trg Slobode, Budva, Montenegro


General Chair and Organizer

Prof. Dr. Ralf E.D. Seepold
Prof. Dr. Radovan Stojanovic

Organizing Committee and Technical Assistance

Akhmadbek Asadov

For assistance in accommodation and travel issues

Mss Denisa Krijestorac