ADAPT, the SFI research centre for AI-Driven Content Technology is hosting an online public conversation Citizens’ Think-In to discuss Digital Health Information and we would like to hear your thoughts on the subject.
The Think-In takes place online on 4 March 2021 from 2.30 – 4.00pm
We now have numerous personal technical devices which can record everything from our heartbeat to our sleep patterns. As a result, the concept of health information is evolving. To explore this, ADAPT is inviting the public to join a conversation on: ‘What is my health information?’
During the event, you will be asked to consider questions like:
- Have you ever considered which information in your health record belongs to you?
- Should data collected on smart devices such as phone apps and wearable technologies, be considered health information?
- Short introductory presentation relating to Health Information & Digital Health Records by Dr. Derick Mitchell, CEO of the Irish Platform for Patient Organisations, Science and Industry (IPPOSI)
- Small-group discussion of scenarios, focusing on which information in your health record belongs to you, how the information is accessed and
- Each group reports back with thoughts
- Whole group reflection and deliberation
During the Think-In, you will be invited to join Zoom breakout groups. You don’t need to have any previous knowledge of the area – we will provide all the information you need and we are interested in hearing opinions from everyone.
ADAPT’s Citizens’ Think-Ins are public forums that bring people together to discuss some of the ethical issues we face in the digital age. Members of the public have an opportunity to interact with researchers at the cutting-edge of AI research and development. The Citizens’ Think-In project has been funded by Science Foundation Ireland.
To familiarise yourself with the ADAPT Citizens’ Think-In project, please watch this short introductory video: