PIT talk by Frank Vetere, Professor, University of Melbourne, on Self-monitoring for clinical conversations

2016.10.17 | Marianne Dammand Iversen

Date Wed 02 Nov
Time 10:30 11:30
Location 5342-333 Ada Møderum

The use of patient-collected data is increasingly being used to improve the quality of interactions and communications between individuals and their health experts (e.g. clinicians, therapists, trainers). In this talk I will present details of three studies that seek to  contribute to better diagnosis and management of care and well-being. The systems provide either real-time data, historical data (e.g. weeks) or both and can be used in either face-to-face consultations or tele-consultations.

BIO:

Frank Vetere is a Professor in the Department of Computing and Information Systems at the University of Melbourne. He is director of the Microsoft Research Centre for Social Natural User Interfaces (Social-NUI) and leads the Interaction Design Laboratory. Frank’s expertise is in Human-Computer Interactions (HCI) with particular interests in social computing, technologies for ageing well and design thinking. He is an executive member of the Hallmark Ageing Research Initiative (HARI) and the Melbourne Networked Society Institute (MNSI). Frank has served on the editorial board of the journals Interacting with Computers (IwC) and the International Journal of Human Computer Studies (IJHCS). He is currently the general chair of CHISIG, Australia's leading body for HCI research.

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