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The Intelligent Health Initiative at OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University invites you to a full day of interesting topics and expert speakers in the field.
We aim to give you an update on research within the field of digital health, and the use of digital technologies for improved health services, with particular focus on artificial intelligence and wearable devices/applications.
Different players from public and private sectors will have the opportunity to come together to discuss future opportunities.
Digital health technologies are important part of a modern, accessible healthcare systems.
These technologies have become an integrated part of our daily lives and include mobile health and applications, electronic medical records, telehealth and telemedicine, wearable devices, robotics and artificial intelligence.
The technologies are used in both preventive healthcare, healthcare promotion, as well as disease detection, aiding patient treatment, ensuring continuity of care, and managing chronical diseases.
Digital healthcare innovations are urgently needed due to the healthcare capacity problems and the increase in the world population and chronical diseases.
- Welcoming words by vice-rector for Research and Development Per Martin Norheim-Martinsen
- Keynote: Opportunities created by digitalization of life and health by Professor Ramesh Jain, SimulaMet/UCI
Session 1: Artificial intelligence as part of health services
- Integrating behavioral and implementation sciences with technology development by Professor Dean Ho
- Artificial intelligence – a novel tool in assisted reproduction technology by Professor Trine B. Haugen, OsloMet
- Human-centric Assistive Technology for Outpatient and Home Care by Professor Evi Zouganeli, OsloMet
Session 2: Wearable devices and applications as part of health services
- Advancing healthcare with smart wearable technologies by Professor Lim Chwee Teck, National University of Singapore
- mHealth and personalized digital health by Professor He Hong-Gu Linda, Singapore
- mHealth as part of weight regulation by Jeanette Roede, Lifeness
- Societal economic benefits of digital health as part of health services by Professor Birthe Dinesen, Aalborg University
- First things first - Identifying needs to be supported by technology in remote patient care by Heidi Holmen
Panel discussion: Future of digital health
Five experts will discuss what they believe what is in the future of digital health.
Moderated by: Professor Minna Pikkarainen.
- Professor Ramesh Jain, SimulaMet/UCI
- Professor Dean Ho
- Professor He Hong-Gu Linda, Singapore
- Professor Trine B. Haugen, OsloMet
- Professor Birthe Dinesen, Aalborg University
Refreshments and networking
We finish the confrence with taps and networking.