Events in cooperation with the DSI
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Further events in the field of digitalization
Digital Solidarity and Law: The Digital Solidarity and Law Project has been developed out of a research collaboration between the University of Zurich (UZH) and the Freie Universität Berlin (FUB). The project’s aim is to reconstruct the dialogue on digital solidarity and law in the transition from industrial capitalism to digital capitalism, while focusing on the role of law in the digital society currently taking shape. The first event within the framework of this research collaboration will take place on 8 April 2020 from 16h30-18h at the UZH in the Room RAA-G-01(Rämistrasse 59, 8001 Zurich). Prof. Dr. Felix Stalder will give a lecture (in German) on the topic "Solidarität der Dividuen".
1st SSPH+ PhD Course Big Data in Public Health: This course gives a broad overview of potentials and limitations of big data from multiple public health disciplines. Participants will explore emerging methods in big data analysis and their application for advancing public health research, with a particular focus on mental health. You can find more informations about the course here and download the program here (PDF, 153 KB).
12th International Summer School Digital Spatial Epidemiology: The course addresses spatial and digital epidemiological approaches to social media data with a focus on urban health. The focus will be on sate-of-the-art multivariable statistical and spatial statistical modeling to mental health outcomes as identified in geo-referenced Twitter data and associations with socio-ecological factors of urban contexts. More informations about the course can be found here.
SSPH+ Lugano Summerschool: At the SSPH+ Lugano Summer School public health professionals, researchers and graduate students learn together through mutual exchange in a stimulating and beautiful environment. The SSPH+ Lugano Summer School places health, disease, and health systems thinking under one common framework of coherent concepts and practical implications. The focus will be on public health policy, economics, management, and communication. The education obtained and networks created serve as an opportunity to reduce and prevent the gap between public health theory and practice. Click here for more informations.