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Dialogues and Impact in Digital Health
3rd July 2014, 12:00am – 6:30pm
The ‘Dialogues and Impact in Digital Health’ is the high-profile closing event of the Festival for Digital Health. We will celebrate successful translational research projects and technologies deployed in real-world healthcare settings.
Senior UCL and international experts will discuss the challenges and opportunities for dialogues and effective collaboration in digital health. An industry led session will highlight major market opportunities and translational research partnerships by key corporate players and venture capitals.
The Festival for Digital Health closing ceremony lead by Prof David Price, VP Research, will include a wide variety of stimulating talks and a keynote from Jenny Tooth, Director of the Angel Capital Group, London, which will be followed by a networking reception (from 5pm in the North Cloisters of UCL).
12:00 – Registration and lunch (North Cloisters, UCL)
12:30-17:00 – Event (Darwin B40 Lecture Theatre)
17:00-18:30 – Drinks reception (North Cloisters, UCL)
Registration and Lunch -Starts: 12:00am Ends: 12:00am
Digital healthcare for chronic disease – closer, better, cheaper - 20 minutesStarts: 12:30pm Ends: 12:50pm
Collaborating around an Open Health Data Platform - 20 minutesStarts: 12:50pm Ends: 1:10pm Speaker: Rachel Jones
Spoonful of Sugar
Personalised medicine: the role of digital technology in optimising medicines-related behaviour - 20 minutesStarts: 1:10pm Ends: 1:30pm
HeLP-Diabetes – an online self-management intervention for adults with type 2 diabetes - 20 minutesStarts: 1:30pm Ends: 1:50pm
Delivering infection training to professionals, children and public - 20 minutesStarts: 1:50pm Ends: 2:10pm
In this talk, the highlights of global impact achieved through research translated to the National Resource for Infection Control (disseminating latest evidence to infection control professionals globally), the edugames4all.org project (teaching children basics of hygiene and antibiotics resistance with translations to EU languages), and FEMwiki (providing Web 2.0 collaborative training resource for field epidemiologists in Europe) will be presented.
UCL Dept of Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering
Mapping for Change - 20 minutesStarts: 2:10pm Ends: 2:30pm
UCL Centre for Behaviour Change
UCL Institute for Global Health
UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience
Panel on Interdisciplinary Challenges and Opportunities in Digital Health - 1 hourStarts: 3:00pm Ends: 4:00pm
Keynote: Investment into Research - 30 minutesStarts: 4:00pm Ends: 4:30pm Speaker: Jenny Tooth
UCL Computer Science