Improving Health and Wellness Through Digital Technologies
Inaugural University of Sydney Human Centred Technology Research Symposium
Location:Lecture Theatre 104, New Law School Building
This Inaugural University of Sydney Human Centred Technology Research Symposium is designed to provide attendees with an overview of selected healthcare delivery innovation and transformation programs that the University of Sydney is leading, together with insights into new health and wellness models enabled by digital technologies.
Digital technologies and emerging health and wellness data are transforming healthcare and service delivery models, as organisations seek to improve the patient experience, address chronic disease and population health, whilst reducing healthcare costs. New technologies are being developed that are driving health system transformation.
Our speakers include:
•Professor Judy Kay
•Professor Margaret Allman-Farinelli
•Professor Tim Shaw
•Professor Philip de Chazal
•Associate Professor Emmanuel Stamatakis
Visiting speakers include:
•Dr John Lambert, NSW Health
•Adjunct Associate Professor Anne Miller, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
•Dr Coralie Wales, Western Sydney Local Health District
•Dr Olivier Galy, University of New Caledonia
•Dr George Margelis, INTEL
•Dr Priscilla Rogers, IBM Health Research
Cost: Free but registration before 9 February is essential!