A teaser for her keynote at HIC, hear Patti discuss information technologies for self management by patients.
Mobile technologies and wearable devices support self-monitoring and care management in people’s everyday life, whether at home, work or school. Having a window into the person’s life can enable clinicians to better understand the health practices and health concerns of the individual, and to intervene in the moment. This webinar will use the experiences of Project HealthDesign, a program designed to accelerate better engagement in person health through technology, to show how clinicians and patients can design and use technologies to accelerate progress towards health!
Prof Patricia Flatley Brennan
Recently appointed Director of the National Library of Medicine (USA), Patricia Flatley Brennan is an innovator in patient-facing health technologies. Previously, as Professor of Nursing and Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Brennan lead the Living Environments Laboratory which uses advanced 3D visualisation to accelerate the design of home care technologies. She is fellow of both the American Academy of Nursing (1991) and the American College of Medical Informatics (1993) and was elected to the US National Academy of Medicine in 2002.