Is there a role for citizen participation in digital health data depository and access?
CENTRES will be conducting a workshop on the value of engaging citizens as partners in digital health.
||Wednesday, 2 Oct 2019
||12.30 - 1.45pm (lunch & registration from 12pm)
||National University of Singapore
Block MD1 (Tahir Foundation Building)
03-01C Multipurpose Hall 2
12 Science Drive 2 S117549
About the speaker
Dr Claudia Pagliari
Dr Pagliari is a senior scientist within the Usher Institute at the University of Edinburgh, where she directs the eHealth Interdisciplinary Research Group and the MSc in Global eHealth. Her research involves the study and evaluation of emerging digital innovations, large-scale health IT programmes, new forms of data for science, ICT for global health system strengthening and ethical research and innovation. Dr Pagliari has a PhD in Psychology and was elected Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh in 2010. She is also a founding member of the NHS Digital Academy and has held advisory roles in various international organisations.
Registration is now open!
Registration is free, but spaces are limited to 50 attendees, so sign up early to guarantee a place. If you need more information, please contact Ms Cheryl Lee.
How to get to the venue & parking options
Carpark: Parking is available at NUS Carpark 10 (opposite NUS Faculty of Dentistry) along Lower Kent Ridge Road. Please park at the visitor parking lots.
For pictorial directions from Carpark 10 to the venue, please click here.
For pictorial directions from Kent Ridge MRT station to the venue, please click here.