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Agenda - Wednesday, June 3, 2020


Keynote III 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

The Impact of Digital Media on Health Equity
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The explosion and continued evolution of health information technologies have important social, cultural, and ethical implications for society. This presentation will examine how health information technologies impact health disparities and cautions to avoid the potential for bias and discrimination in predictive precision medicine.
Speakers

Kadija Ferryman, PhD, Industry Assistant Professor, New York University Tandon School of Engineering, Twitter handle: @KadijaFerryman

Moderator: William Riley, PhD, Associate Director, Office of Behavioral Science Research, National Institutes of Health

Plenary Panel VI 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Patient Engagement Using Digital Strategies
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Successful digital health initiatives do more than simply provide information to patients and consumers through digital channels: They fully engage patients in the initiative and invite patients to be partners in their own healthcare. This panel will explore strategies for engaging patients in digital initiatives, from allowing patients to access their own health data to reaching patients via novel methods and deploying wearable devices that collect and tabulate personal sensor data.
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Satasuk Joy Bhosai, MD, MPH, Chief of Digital Health & Strategy, Duke Clinical Research Institute (DCRI), Associate Director, Duke Global Health Innovation Center, and Associate Director, Duke Innovations in Healthcare, Twitter handle: @JoyBhosaiMD

Sherine El-Toukhy, PhD, MA, Earl Stadtman tenure-track investigator and NIH Distinguished Scholar, Division of Intramural Research, National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD)

Lorien Abroms, ScD, MA, Professor of Prevention and Community Health and Associate Dean for Academic Graduate Programs, Milken Institute School of Public Health, George Washington University (Summit Program Co-chair), Twitter handle: @Lorien_a
 
Robert Furberg, PhD, MBA, Senior Clinical Informaticist, Digital Health & Clinical Informatics Program, RTI International, Twitter handle: @medicfurby

Moderator:
Doug Rupert, MPH, Health Communications Scientist, RTI International, Twitter handle: @DougRupertMPH

Breakout 2:15 PM - 2:45 PM

Breakout E - KEYNOTE III – The Impact of Digital Media on Health Equity

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Breakout 2:15 PM - 2:45 PM

Breakout F - PLENARY PANEL VI – Patient Engagement Using Digital Strategies

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Plenary Panel VII & Closing Remarks 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Envisioning Social Media that is Good for Public Health
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Social media has been a game-changer in the health arena by providing a space to share preventative information, track personal and community health, and enable patient-to-patient support networks. However, the explosion of social media also has catalyzed numerous privacy, ethical, and social issues and served as a gateway for spreading health misinformation. This session will explore the characteristics and structure of a “PBS-like” potential social media platform that can enhance society and support the public’s health.

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Speakers

Mark Coatney,Founder Words, TK and Digital News, Forbes, Twitter handle: @mcoatney

Ellen Wartella, PhD, Sheik Hamad bin Khalifa al Thani Professor of Communication Studies, Professor of Psychology, of Human Development, and of Behavioral Medicine, and Director of the Center on Media and Human Development at Northwestern University

Joseph Wender, Senior Policy Advisor, Office of Senator Edward J. Markey (D-MA)

Rebekah Tromble, PhD, Associate Professor, School of Media & Public Affairs, George Washington University, Associate Director, Institute for Data, Democracy, and Politics (IDDP), George Washington University and Visiting Researcher, The Alan Turing Institute (London), Twitter handle: @RebekahTromble

Moderator: Lorien Abroms, ScD, MA, Professor of Prevention and Community Health and Associate Dean for Academic Graduate Programs, Milken Institute School of Public Health, George Washington University (Summit Program Co-chair), Twitter handle: @Lorien_a

Closing Remarks
John P. Allegrante, PhD, Professor of Health Education, Teachers College, and Adjunct Professor of Sociomedical Sciences, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, and Editor Emeritus, Health Education & Behavior (Summit Program Co-Chair), Twitter handle: @JAllegrante