♪What did motivate you to participate at Frontiers of Interaction?I was invited and I accepted with enthusiasmbecause I meet a world somehow unknown to me.I am a lover of the changing world's technologiesBut it is a world I know a little.So I'm interested to see what happens.In your everyday practice do you use mobile devices?Yes, I use them a lot,however, it is for personal reasons:consultation, books, library research.In business practice, don't you consider it a useful thing or do you think you may meet resistance from the patients?I consider it very useful and I hopethere is much to do, in terms of communication.Certainly it will not be easy - we have patients from all cultures and backgrounds.I work in oncology, so chronic diseases:in chronicity the communication, the relationship and the continuity are critical.So, let's determine some times when we don't detachfrom the communication by using technical means.but we use the technical means to improve the possibility of being connected,to discuss, to talk,to have some moments, maybe not synchronized.We will meet but in the meantime, we collect informationwhich then discuss together.Thus, it can be a huge advantage.What are the pros and cons of mobile medical devices in clinical practice?Do not see any cons. I only see strengths and difficultiesbut I think we go in that direction.There are worlds that are due to meet:the world of doctors, which tends to be so poorly organized on the computer world,and patients who obviously have their times and their habits:There are those who love the pen, rather than the phone,rather than something more evolved.In each family, now, there is someone who manages the digital worldso I think it's a matter of time only.Physical interaction in the practice of online counseling to virtualization facilitated by the Mobile Health.How do you imagine in the near future the doctor-patient relationship?I think the direct relationship will never be clearly reduced.But can this be, in our meetings,to say "we've seen for a month or two or threebut we will keep in touch. ""There will always answer your questions every time you will send meBut you can send them and I will arrange the momentsso we can feel. "So, I think it's reassuring,is a way to maintain continuity of care.Dall'eHealth mediated doctor-patient relationship:which in his opinion is or may be the perception of patients? Suspicion or enthusiasm?As I said before, depends on:some may be excited,others think that "we speak through technical means,"then pick it up badly.These shared use them.I do not think that is a goal and a half,is one of the many means at our disposal.