Ringvorlesung Digital Society Initiative (DSI)
Developments in digital and mobile health promise to empower citizens to play a
greater role in healthcare and decision-making. But how does digitalization help
citizens to take more control over their health? And what might 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.
This series will be held in English apart from the lecture of 17 December which is in German.
(Please note: The speakers from the USA will hold their speeches remotely and won't be present on-site. It is not yet known whether the speakers from the UK and from Switzerland will be present on-site or not. You can find up-to-date information under the event listing in the Agenda.)
3.12.2020, 18:15: Corporate Practices, Social Media, and the Health of Populations: How Polluted is our Discourse?Nason Maani Hessari, Honorary Reseach Fellow at London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (UK) (It will be announced whether the speaker will give the lecture digitally or be present in Zurich); Ort: SOC, Rämistrasse 69, 8001 Zürich; Raum: E-010
17.12.2020, 18:15: Das Elektronische Patientendossier und die digitale Vernetzung im GesundheitswesenAdrian Schmid, Leiter der Geschäftsstelle eHealth Suisse, Kompetenz- und Koordinationsstelle von Bund und Kantonen (Schweiz); Ort: SOC, Rämistrasse 69, 8001 Zürich; Raum: E-010