The Paris Healthcare Week, aimed at all healthcare professionals, is the only event of its kind in Europe. Over three days, it brings together around 850 exhibitors (OEMs, software publishers, suppliers, e-health entrepreneurs, medical device manufacturers, architects, care professionals, institutional representatives, and more) and approximately 30,000 visitors, including healthcare providers, specialists, decision-makers and professionals involved in the management, digitalisation, fitting-out and construction of healthcare establishments.
The Paris Healthcare Week is organised around the FHF (French hospital federation) trade shows – HopitalExpo, GerontHandicapExpo and HIT – and the Salon Infirmier (nursing trade show):
- HIT, the leading event for healthcare IT;
- HopitalExpo and GerontHandicapExpo, aimed at professionals involved in the management, construction and transformation of healthcare facilities;
- Salon Infirmier, a unique trade show aimed at all nurses, who play an essential role in the provision of care.
“The Paris Healthcare Week is the largest professional event in the French healthcare sector. It is an annual event for stakeholders contributing to the modernisation of healthcare systems, and is an ideal place for professionals to talk about what they do and share their expertise, and to discuss current issues in the sector”, explains Aube Jeanbart, Managing Director of the trade show.
Relaxation and well-being area
Enjoy a moment of relaxation and well-being on Paris Healthcare Week!
An innovative approach to well-being to discover on booth J26
Innovative approach to well-being for the elderly, particularly those suffering from neurodegenerative pathologies, relaxation is a set of body techniques working around the individual tension and aim to reduce or modify patient’s / resident’s physical and emotional activity.
By obtaining hypotonia (relaxation) muscle, these techniques aspire to, a fair control of blood pressure. All methods have in common their action on the body in order to obtain a state of voluntary relaxation. This loss of in muscle tone helps to reduce emotional tension and anxiety and allows calming the mind.
Difficulties in communicating and performing daily tasks can have serious consequences for people with dementia. Over time, residents may develop behaviors such as aggression, nervousness, confusion and agitation, which may disturb other residents and require additional attention from caregivers. Helping people with dementia to relax with soothing music and tactile stimulation can have a beneficial effect on their behavior and quality of life. Wellness Nordic’s fully automated relaxation chair provides a unique and soothing sensory experience for its users.
Tuesday 29, Wednesday 30 and Thursday 31 May 2018
Porte de Versailles
Halls 7.2 & 7.3
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