Health in a Digital Society: More Power to the People?
Digital and mobile health hold promises for empowering citizens to play an even greater role in healthcare and decision-making. But how does digitalization help citizens to take more control over their health? And what may be the price to pay for 24/7 data streams, sensor measurements, or reliance on artificial intelligence ?
In this lecture series, digital shapers, citizens and out-of-the-box thinkers in digital health will address these questions.
Registration: The event will be "phygital", i.e. staged both physically and digitally. A registration for the event is required.
You can register for the digital event up to 3 days before the event via mail at email@example.com. You will receive the link about 48 hours before the event.
For the physical event you can get a free ticket for the event.
Title: Health in a Digital Society: More Power to the People?
Date: 24.9., 08.10., 21.10., 5.11., 19.11., 3.12. and 17.12.2020
Thursday, 18:15 to 19:45
(Please note: the event on 21.10. will take place on a Wednesday)
Location: Digital or on the premises of DSI?
Developments related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) are very dynamic and unpredictable. Whether the individual dates of the lecture series will be held digitally or as an event on the premises of the Digital Society Initiative in SOC or even in a hybrid version (digital and in the rooms of the UZH) will be announced in time on the DSI website.
Organized by: UZH DSI / Community Health
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org