The Digital Society Health & Wellbeing Consortium would like to invite researchers and businesses to submit an abstract for presenting their e-health application at the Mind Your Data e-health forum. The e-health forum is a platform where researchers and businesses can showcase their application/intervention and converse with fellow researchers. Each presenter will be asked to explain and discuss how they have dealt with privacy and legal issues surrounding their intervention.
The aim of the session is to provide an opportunity to explore a wide range of e-health applications and to stimulate an interactive discussion about real-life scenarios relating to privacy and legal matters in e-health.
Each presenter will be provided with a table on which they can show their intervention and their slides on their own laptop. Presentation formats may be: (powerpoint-) slides, videos and live demonstrations. There will be no space for posters. Each presentation should be 7-10 minutes long and invite the audience into a discussion. Presentations will take place on Thursday 26th September during the one-hour lunch session (12:00 – 13:00) and the one-hour coffee break (14:30 – 15:30). Spaces are limited, submit your abstract now!
The abstract should include a description of the name (e.g., e-coach) and the type of application or intervention (e.g. i-CBT), the target group(s) (e.g., chronic pain, diabetes) and the primary outcomes (e.g., higher quality of life, lower blood pressure, changes in illness behaviour). If outcomes (and mechanisms) have been studied please include the results of the study. The abstract should also include a description of the main privacy and legal issues that the researcher/ organisation faced when testing and or implementing the intervention and how these have been resolved.
Deadline for abstract submission: 8th September 2019