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

9.00-9.30
Introduction and aims of the day
Minna Ruckenstein


9.30-11.45
Setting the scene

Tamar Sharon, Maastrict University: Stakeholders of “the new health field”

Johan Lundin, University of Helsinki: Doctors and automated decision-aids

Natasha Dow Schull, NYU: What do health technologies propose us?

Commentator: Linda Hogle, University of Wisconsin-Madison: What are the most pressing questions we need to ask when going forward?
11.45-13.00
Lunch
13.00-14.30Collaborations
Moderator: Minna Ruckenstein

Stine Lomborg & Gustav From: Health information is only the beginning

Mikko Lehtovirta & Michael Quarshie: Seeing patients outside the doctor’s office

Sara Riggare & Thomas Blomseth Christensen: Digital patients managing their health
14.30-15.00Coffee break
15.00-16.00Practicing a vision

Gary Wolf, founder of the Quantified Self: Lessons learned from the Quantified Self
15.00-16.00
Final reflections
16.45Bus transfer to Villa Gyllenberg
17.00Reception at the Villa Gyllenberg art museum. Kuususaarenpolku 11