WEBINAR: The Application of Digital Technology in a Pandemic
June 16 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Digital Health solutions are understandably now at the forefront of health care initiatives. Join De Montfort University’s Digital Health Team for this webinar to discuss the latest research, innovation and developments in technology which supports the future of health and social care.
This webinar will cover:
-Digital technologies in the public health response to Covid-19: contact tracing and communication with communities
-Digital technologies used by individuals and groups to promote wellbeing
-The effects of using digital technologies with diverse communities during the pandemic
-Artificial intelligence and Covid-19 vaccination process.
This webinar is open to all businesses keen to explore and understand the digital health landscape.
This free-to-attend webinar will be held as part of the SoLSTICE programme – a project part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund. For further details please click here. This event is classed as State Aid to participating businesses, the value of which is £190, but is delivered completely free of charge to participant
Please note: Whilst this event is held as part of the SoLSTICE programme, attendance is not restricted to companies in the LLEP area.
Dr Simon Oldroyd, PVC/Dean Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, DMU
Dr Simon Oldroyd became Interim Deputy Vice-Chancellor in April 2019. Prior to this he had been PVC/Dean for the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences since February 2015 and Deputy Dean to the faculty since October 2011.
Professor Bertha Ochieng, Professor of Integrated Health and Social Care, DMU
Bertha Ochieng is Professor of Integrated Health and Social Care, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, De Montfort University. A key aspect of her research is in examining digital solutions that support development of integrated models of health and social care and community engagement.
Professor Ivan Browne, Director of Public Health at Leicester City Council