Agenda

Please see the agenda below or you may download it as a PDF file here.

Start

End

 

 

9.00

9.30

Welcome, program, goal, practicalities

Tiny Jaarsma and Marie Löf

9.30

9.50

External keynote 1:

Digital technologies to support self-management of cardiovascular disease

Prof Ralph Maddison, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia

10.00

10.20

External keynote 2:

Using Apps in detection and treatment

Prof Lis Neubeck, University of Edinburgh

10.30

10.50

External keynote 3:

Collecting eHealth data from adolescents across 4 European Countries (the BigO EU project).

Dr. Ioannis Ioakeimidis, Karolinska Institute

11.00

11.15

Break

 

11.15

11.30

Local presentation 1

Local presentation Computerized decision support systems for drug treatment: what works and what not.

Prof Ylva Böttiger, RÖ and LiU

11.30

11.45

Local presentation 2

Gender and technology in the medical technologies

Ericka Johnson, TEMA, LiU

 

11.45

12.00

Local presentation 3

How ehealth can help to reduce anxiety and depression

Prof Gerhard Andersson, LiU

12.00

12.30

First debate

(voting 2min, pro 10 min, con 10 min, voting 2 min, rebuttal both 3 minutes, final voting

AI will take over patient care (pro/con)

Pro: Håkan Gustafsson

Contra: Tiny Jaarsma.

12.30

13.30

Lunch break

 

13.30

14.30

Parallel seminar time (choose between 5 parallel/break out seminars)*

See below

14.30

15.00

Break

 

15.00

16.00

Parallel seminar time (choose between 5 parallel/break out seminars)*

See below

16.00

16.30

Second debate

Simple versus complex eHealth interventions

- Simple: Anna Strömberg

- Complex: Marie Löf

16.30

 

Closing remarks and announcement of grants and awards planned in Focus Area eHealth

 

 

Parallel seminars

THINC. - The Healthcare Innovation Center: bridging innovation, research and patient care

Dr. Jaap Trappenburg, UMCUtrecht

eHealth using physiologically realistic digital twins: research, education, and clinical testing

Dr Gunnar Cedersund, Håkan Örman, Kajsa Tunedal, Henrik Podeus, LiU

The BigO data collection and analysis platform. Its current state and considerations for the future.   

Ioannis Ioakeimidis, Karolinska Institute

Working with existing platforms or designing your own?

Hanna Alleman and Frida Andréasson, LiU

Artificial Intelligence and precision medicine

Anders Persson and Håkan Gustafsson, CMIV, LiU RÖ