Digital Health Symposium: Joint Faculty of IT & Arts Event

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Event Details

Date: 17 Sep 2018 – 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Venue: Monash University, Room E561, (Menzies Building) 20 Chancellors Walk, Clayton Campus

Description

Monash Faculty of Arts

Conferences & Symposiums

Digital Health Symposium: Joint Faculty of IT & Arts Event

Panel of experts will explore the connections, contradictions, challenges and promise of new modes of digital health care.

The Symposium is for researchers & HDR students from the Faculties of IT & Arts with an interest in digital health, new health technologies & ethical health care.

 

PRESENTERS

Dr Louise Schaper CEO

Health Informatics Society of Australia (HISA), leading advocate for the transformation of healthcare through technology and information and to support the e-health ecosystem

 

Professor Rob Sparrow

Leading philosopher, Faculty of Arts

expert in applied ethics, philosophical arguments with real-world implications

 

Professor Jon Whittle

Dean, Faculty of IT,

expert in human-computer interaction and the social value of computing

 

Professor Alan Petersen

Leading health sociologist, Faculty of Arts,

health expert in communication between science and publics

 

Professor Chris Bain

Professor of Practice Digital Health, Faculty of IT,

expert in clinical practice, software development and application (MC of the event)

 

DATE

Monday 17 September 

TIME

02:00pm – 04:00pm

VENUE

Monash University
Elizabeth Burchill Room
Room E561, (Menzies Building)
20 Chancellors Walk,
Clayton Campus

For further information, please contact Jo Birkett on 99058557 or joanne.birkett@monash.edu

 


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