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OpenHealth datathon: Designing future patient-led conversations

Antimicrobial resistance is a global threat that directly or indirectly affects each and every one of us. On the 21st of June at Novartis Pavillon come and share your expertise together with people who experienced antimicrobial resistance, healthcare professionals, designers and technologists to envision possible technology solutions to the challenge of resistance development.

The event

OpenHealth Datathon is a half-day event open to all. Participants gather to work together in teams, through tools and techniques based on data, to imagine and prototype future solutions to help citizens and doctors face situations and consequences of antimicrobial resistance. The event is organised by the MAKEAWARE! initiative, part of the Spearhead project and supported by Innosuisse.

Location

Morphogenic Movements, Novartis Pavillon, 2022. Photo credit: iart

Details

June 21st
Novartis Pavillon
St. Johanns-Hafen-Weg 5
4056 Basel

Schedule

12:50 - Guided tour for the exhibition "Wonder of Medicine" (optional)
13:50 - Event registration
14:00 - Institutional greetings from SPEARHEAD by Angélie Pham
14:10 - "Designing Patient-led Conversation" presentation by Serena Cangiano
14:35 - "The story collection tool" presentation by Ginevra Terenghi and Antonella Autuori
14:50 - Launch of the activity and group of work organisation
15:05 - First part of the activity
16:30 - Coffee break
16:50 - Second part of the activity
18:00 - Presentation of work by groups
18:50 - Final apero
21:00 - Event closing

Registration

Registration is now officially closed. Please email ginevra.terenghi@supsi.ch if you are interested to attend.