Fri 12 November, 11:30-12:30
Organised by WHO EURO, EUPHA
The COVID-19 pandemic has given rise to the use of several technologies to control disease transmission. Whilst these applications are intended to empower people to be informed, alerted or to be able to pursue a so-called return to normality their use has also raised several questions around the way in which data is being gathered and used across countries. However, the potential of big data and real time data in better managing health and disease as well as in leaving nobody behind may have also been underestimated to date. This roundtable will permit a deep dive and follow up discussion to some of the points raised in the plenary debate on Capturing the breadth and depth of the digital health era – beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.
Clayton Hamilton, Digital Health Flagship, WHO/Europe
Ioana-Maria Gligor, European Reference Networks and Digital Health DG SANTE, EC
David Novillo, Data, Metrics and Analytics, WHO/Europe
Dineke Zeegers Paget, EUPHA
Caroline Costongs, EuroHealthNet
Paolo Benanti, Moral Theology, Bioethics, and Neuroethics, Gregorian Pontifical University, Rome, Italy
Carlos Martins, Faculty of Medicine of Porto, Portugal
European Public Health Conference 2021 & EuroHealthNet’s involvement
The European Public Health Association (EUPHA) and the European Public Health Conference (EPH) are pleased to invite you to the 14th EPH conference. Co-chairs of the Congress are Anthony Staines and Regien Biesma-Blanco.