Are clinicians the forgotten people of digital health inequities?
|14 June 2023
|13:00 - 14:00
|What is it:
|Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health
|Who is it for:
|University staff, External researchers, Adults, Current University students
The University of Manchester's Christabel Pankhurst Institute, supported by ARC-GM, is running a programme of work around digital health inequities. As part of this, we are hosting a seminar series about the topic with speakers from different disciplines who have done exemplary research on understanding, identifying or addressing digital health inequities. You can access recordings of previous talks on our webpage.
Our next seminar is on 14th June, 1-2pm via Zoom (https://zoom.us/j/99197237293). Dr Junaid Hussain will talk about “Are clinicians the forgotten people of digital health inequities?”
Dr Hussain argues clinicians who are using these interventions with their patients, are often an even later after-thought in their design and implementation. Dr Hussain will discuss the importance of inclusivity of clinicians in digital health product design and implementation, to both avoid further inequity, but also to enhance effectiveness of interventions in the first place.
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