SEURO and TCPHI co-host upcoming research seminar/workshop

Mon Apr 04 2022

Innovation in User-Centred Digital Health: EU research perspectives

The Trinity Centre for Practice and Healthcare Innovation (TCPHI) and Scaling EUROpean citizen driven transferable and transformative digital health (SEURO) project would like to invite you to attend an in-person research seminar entitled 'Innovation in User-Centred Digital Health: EU research perspectives'.

This event will take place on 26th April 2022 from 14:00-16:30 in the Trinity School of Nursing and Midwifery, Dublin 2.

SEURO and TCPHI co-host research seminar/workshop 'Innovation in User-Centred Digital Health: EU research perspectives'

This seminar will explore different aspects of innovation in digital health. Speakers include:

  • Dr. Mary Galvin, Head of Department of Design Innovation, Maynooth University, Ireland
  • Dr. Julie Doyle, Director, NetwellCASALA, Dundalk Institute of Technology, Ireland
  • Cristian Leorin, Assistive Technology Consultant, AIAS Bologna, Italy
  • Dr. Alessandra Pascale, Research Scientist, IBM, Ireland
  • Dr. Marta Marques, Research Fellow, University of Lisbon, Portugal

This seminar will be concluded with an EU expert panel. Panel members will include:

  • Dr. John Dinsmore, Health Innovation Lead/Deputy Director of the Trinity Centre for Practice and Healthcare Innovation
  • Evert-Jan Hoogerwerf, Head of the Sector Projects for Innovation, AIAS Bologna, Italy
  • Prof. An Jacobs, Principal Investigator of Studies on Media, Innovation and Technology, imec, Belgium
  • Prof. Anna Nordström, Adjunct professor at Department of Public Health and Clinical Medicine, Umeå Universitet, Sweden
  • Ana Hannotte, Project Officer, European Association of Service providers for Persons with Disabilities (EASPD), Belgium

Places for this event are limited. If you would like to attend please register here:

https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/302625540137

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