International Health Symposium 26-27 May 2014, Sassari (Italy)
PATIENT EMPOWERMENT, ICT AND HEALTH COMMUNICATION: CURRENT ISSUES AND FUTURE TRENDS
26 May 2014
2.30 pm- 3.00 pm – Registration
3.00 pm – 3.30 pm – Welcome and greetings
3.30 pm- 4.00 pm – Opening speech
Teresa Thompson – University of Dayton – Visiting Professor
Current issues in Health Communication research
4.00 pm – 6.30 pm – DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES AND SOCIAL MEDIA FOR HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS
– Francisco Lupianez Villanueva – Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (main speaker and chairperson)
Lella Mazzoli, Università di Urbino Carlo Bo, Electronic Health Record: a model, a proposal, an answer. Outcomes from National Observatory researches
Elisabetta Cioni, Alessandro Lovari, Università di Sassari, Social media for Health Communication: Implementation Issues and Challenges for Italian Public Health Authorities
8.30 pm – Social Dinner
27 May 2014
09.30 am – 12.30 am – EMPOWERING PATIENTS IN NEW HEALTH SCENARIO
– Anne Linda Camerini – Università della Svizzera Italiana (main speaker and chairperson)
Pina Lalli, Università di Bologna, Trust, inequalities and health literacy: the tangle meeting with Dr. Google.
Marta Fadda, Università della Svizzera Italiana, Health literacy and empowerment in the MMR decision-making: A qualitative study.
Sabrina Perra, Università degli studi di Cagliari, Caring practicies and gender inequalities in cardiology clinics and wards. A qualitative study.
Lunch break (12.30 am – 1.30 pm)
2.30 pm – 5.30 pm – HEALTH COM CAMPAIGNS: NEW MEDIA, NEW PUBLICS, NEW INEQUALITIES?
Kim Jeong-Nam – Purdue University – (main speaker and chairperson)
Shaunak Sastry, University of Cincinnati, Migration and the structural context of health: Implications for Global health communication campaigns for subaltern publics.
Gea Ducci, Università di Urbino, The communication of digital services in Healthcare: the case of the Electronic Health Record in Italy and in Europe.
Valentina Bazzarin, Università di Bologna, Mothers who aim at being well-informed about health. A community of Facebook discussing about life and diet with a rare disease.
5.30 pm – Closing speech –
Teresa Thompson – University of Dayton – Visiting Professor – Future trends in Health Communication research