This 2022 live international symposium, sponsored by The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, will bring together researchers, innovators, and problem solvers from the United States and around the world to address research, innovative projects, and practical solutions to promote compassionate, healing relationships in healthcare as technology transforms clinical interactions, incorporating lessons from the pandemic. We shall explore this topic from a variety of perspectives with diverse patients and caregivers, practitioners, educators, technology designers and vendors, government leaders, institutional leaders, and healthcare stakeholders.
Topics Will Include:
- Relationships matter more than ever in healthcare, and HIT is changing them
- Addressing inequity in the social and digital determinants of health
- Designing human- centered HIT – for practitioners and patients
- Effective HIT education
- Staying healthy in a digital world
- Working with government, institutions, and stakeholders to protect healing relationships and human capital
- Shared data: implications, ethics, and stewardship
Funding for this program is provided by:
The Physicians Foundation
Paul Levinger Professorship Pro Tem in the Economics of Health Care
American Medical Association
Brown-Lifespan Center for Digital Health
University Orthopedics, Inc.
Office of Women in Medicine and Science at Brown University
Shelley and Andrew Sigal
This educational activity is designed for:
- Patients and family caregivers
- Members of the health care team, including physicians, nurses, physician associates, nurse practitioners and behavioral health professionals.
- Educators of healthcare professionals
- Researchers in human interaction and technology implementation
- Software and device designers
- Government officials, institutional leaders, and healthcare stakeholders involved with technology implementation