Program

THE XXVI SIGNE AND ANE GYLLENBERG SYMPOSIUM

Rethinking Health Care: techniques, challenges and ways forward

January 24th, 2019 at Hanasaari Congress Center, Espoo, Finland

8.30-9.00Registration
9.00-9.30
Welcome from the organizers

Introduction of the symposium

9.30-11.00
Medicine and AI

Johan Lundin: Doctors and artificial intelligence

Linda Hogle: Getting personal: data profiles as medical practice

Tamar Sharon: Bigger data, broader ethical challenges
11.00-11.30
Coffee break
11.30-12.30Data for health

Päivi Metsäniemi: From scattered health data to insights and decision making

Natasha Dow Schüll: Digital health technology and lifestyle management
12.30-13.45Lunch
13.45-15.00Collaborative care

Gustav From and Stine Lomborg: Communicating for cure and care: Copenhagen experiences

Kristiina Patja and Michael Quarshie: Supporting collaboration and learning through digital care: cases Kirkkonummi and Kotka

Comment: Mikko Lehtovirta
15.00-15.30
Coffee break
15.00-17.00Self -tracking

Thomas Blomseth Christensen and Sara Riggare: Caring for health in the one-person laboratory

Gary Wolf: Lessons learned with the Quantified Self
17.00-17.20Final comments
Minna Ruckenstein
Closing of the symposium
Pia Kåll
Deputy Chairman of the Board
TFiF:s Stiftelse
17.20-17.30Bus transfer to Villa Gyllenberg
18.00-20.00Reception at the Villa Gyllenberg Art Museum, Kuusisaarenpolku 11, Helsinki
20.00Bus transfer back to Hanasaari and Helsinki Centre