The workshop will be a day of thought-provoking and inspirational talks about the future of healthcare in a digitalised world.
We invite participants from academia, industry, not-for-profit and public sector organisations, health service users and innovators to join us for a one-day workshop on Digital Health Platforms and the Future of Healthcare at the University of Bristol on Tuesday 3rd March 2020. The interdisciplinary and multi-stakeholder focus of the workshop will offer you the opportunity to learn about latest developments, opportunities, and challenges in the digital transformation of healthcare, in a series of thought provoking and inspirational talks by academic researchers and innovators. You will be invited to actively engage in discussions on how digital health research and innovation can be made more interdisciplinary, inclusive and relevant for practice.
10:00 - 11:35
Welcome and Introduction - Roberta Bernardi (University of Bristol)
E-Patients and the Mobilisation of Medical Knowledge Online: The Case of a Diabetes Online Community - Roberta Bernardi (University of Bristol)
Curating Patient Experience: Moderation Work in a Digital Health Platform - Dimitra Petrakaki (University of Sussex)
Digital Health Technology and Digital Inclusion - Boyka Simeonova (University of Loughborough)
11:35-12:00: Coffee/Tea Break
12:00 – 13:00
Taking your Digital Health Application Through to Market - Nigel Harris (West of England Academic Health Science Network)
A Diffusion Perspective on the Emergence of Digital Health Platforms - Harry Scarbrough (City University)
13:00 - 14:00: Lunch
14:00 - 15:30
Title TBC - Jocelyn Palmer (NHS SCW Commissioning Support Unit)
How Does the Adoption of Digital Health Tools in Primary Care Impact Clinician-Patient Communication? Some Lessons from the DECODE Study into Unintended Consequences - Jeremy Horwood and Andrew Turner (University of Bristol)
Interacting Through Digital Health Platforms: Affordances of Technologically-Mediated Consultations in HIV Care - Benjamin Marent (University of Sussex)
15:30 - 16:30: Break-out sessions, discussion, and conclusion.
16:30: End of event