Mon, 20 Nov|
School of Population Health, UoA
Innovate with Purpose: Ensuring Impact through Digital Health Research Validation
The National Institute for Health Innovation and Te Tītoki Mataora have teamed up to offer a workshop tailored for professionals navigating the multifaceted landscape of digital health research.
Time & Location
20 Nov 2023, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
School of Population Health, UoA, Grafton, Auckland 1023, New Zealand
About the event
The National Institute for Health Innovation and Te Tītoki Mataora have teamed up to offer a workshop tailored for professionals navigating the multifaceted landscape of digital health research. This workshop will cover the essentials of research validation, from understanding evaluation frameworks to implementing evidence-based approaches in the validation of medical devices and digital health technologies.
Who Should Attend?
Whether you're a seasoned researcher, a medical professional, an innovative engineer, a forward-thinking product manager, or a start-up enthusiast looking to make a mark in the MedTech arena, this workshop is curated just for you. Dive deep into the frameworks and best practices that shape digital health research and equip yourself with knowledge that sets you apart.
- Introduce participants to leading research validation frameworks, notably the REAIM framework.
- Analyse and evaluate real-world case studies to instil a practical understanding of research validation.
- Stress the importance of equity in research validation, ensuring inclusivity and fairness.
- Facilitate peer-to-peer learning, collaboration, and networking.
- Pre-readings & Preparatory Work: Set the tone and foundation for the workshop.
- Interactive Discussions: From insights on clinical evidence by Eric Topol to group discussions on case studies, participants will engage in thought-provoking deliberations.
- Hands-on Activities: Analyse case studies using research validation frameworks to enhance practical understanding.
- Equity Focus: Dive deep into the ethical considerations surrounding equity in research validation.
Join us for a day of immersive learning, rich discussions, and invaluable networking opportunities. Limited seats are available, reserve yours now!
Presented and facilitated by:
Prof Chris Bullen
Chris Bullen is a Public Health Physician, Professor of Public Health at the School of Population Health and Academic Director at NIHI. He has a long-standing interest in the assessment of digital health interventions and a background in clinical trials research.
Gayl Humphrey is the Joint Lead for the Health Informatics and Technology Programme at the National Institute for Health Innovation, UoA. Gayl has experience in research and evaluation of technologies to create an evidence base to support implementation. She has a long research background, including health strategy and innovation manager and as a public health researcher.
About the organiser
National Institute for Health Innovation https://www.nihi.auckland.ac.nz/