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Medicine at the Digital Age 2019

Ethical & Legal Issues

 

 

Practical information

  • Time:Tuesday, 07 May 2019 08:15 - 18:00
  • Place:BI - campus Bergen
  • Contact:Ellen Heggelund (ellen.heggelund@bi.no)

Programme

  • Time
  • Title
  • Monday, May 6th 2019

  • 19:00: Dinner (Bryggeloftet & Stuene, not included in the registration).

  • Tuesday, May 7th 2019

  • Registration and welcome at BI Norwegian Business School, Campus Bergen

  • Opening speeches from BI Norwegian Business School, followed by the Scientific Attaché, Dr Jean-Michel Portefaix

  • Keynote speakers

    • David Gruson, member of the Executive committee of the Health Chair in SciencesPo and founder of Ethik IA, Artificial Intelligence and robotics in the health sector: what proposals for positive regulation?
    • Hilde Lovett, project director of the Norwegian Board of Technology (Teknologirådet), Promises and ethical questions on AI in healthcare?
    • Stein Olav Skrøvseth, Director of the Norwegian Centre for E-Health Research, The role of research in the quickly changing landscape of health digitization
  • Coffee break

  • First roundtable - Data, digitalized medical files, invasion of privacy and violation of medical secrecy chaired by David Gruson, member of the Executive committee of the Health Chair in SciencesPo and founder of Ethik IA

    • Heidi Beate Bentzen, UiO department of Health and Society, The legal regulation of precision medicine
    • Jan Helge Solbakk, Centre for Medical Ethics, More surveillance, more abuse
    • Florine Wettly, Arntzen de Besche Technology & Innovation department, When Hippocrates meets Big Data - the challenges of a legal frame combining protection of medical privacy with an efficient and innovative medicine
    • Waqar Ahmed, Norway Health Tech, Health Data vulnerabilities when care services move from hospital to home
  • Lunch break

  • Second roundtable - Digital detection of disease, genomics chaired by Stein Olav Skrøvseth, Director of the Norwegian Centre for E-Health Research

    • Isabelle Budin Ljøsne, Norwegian Institute of Public Health, The use of genetic and genomic research data for personalized prevention and treatment: limits and opportunities
    • Bjørn Morten Hofmann, Centre for Medical Ethics, The tricky balance between digital detection and digital definition of disease
    • Anne Cambon-Thomsen, research director at the CNRS, Digital intensive genomic medicine: is data driven medicine changing the values and the practices of medicine?
    • Arild Kristensen, Smart Care Cluster, What does a digital disease look like, and what can the data tell us?
    • Mauro Turrini, Sociologist at Nantes University, May greater complexity relaunch the promises of personalized medicine?
  • Coffee break

  • Third roundtable – Responsibility in medicine of the future chaired by Eric Arne Lofquist, Associate Professor at BI Norwegian Business School Campus Bergen

    • Delphine Jaafar, chief of the Vatier law office’s health department, Welcome to the age of Big Health data! Will it be a Cure or a Curse?
    • Juan Sebastián Suarez Valencia, AI Project Director at MédecinDirect, AI in telemedecine. How does it work?
    • Janna Rose, EIT-Health network, Reconsidering Ethics in Care Relationships as New Technologies Enter Health
    • Aleksandra Polosukhina, Scientific Advisor at Ad Scientiam, Startup in Digital Health: how to move fast and not break things
  • Coffee break

  • Bilateral meetings at BI Norwegian Business School

  • End of the seminar

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