San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Great tech interventions draw together a broad range of experts and users to create a truly innovative product. The UCL eHealth Unit are a great example of a multisciplinary team tackling a critically important issue - sexual health promotion for young people.
In this District Health forum event we will explore the viewpoints of the academics, clinicians, young people and tech developers that work together to produce practical and effective sexual health promotion interventions for young people.
19:00 - 20:00
Overview of digital media for sexual Health – sexual health problems, evidence on digital interventions, NHS landscape
Julia Bailey, Clinical Senior Lecturer, UCL eHealth Unit
Sexual health needs and digital technologies – young person’s perspective
Quynh Pham, Researcher, Playlab
Development of digital sexual health promotion interventions - process and design
Sue Mann, Senior Clinical Research Associate, Sexual and Reproductive Health Group, UCL
Challenges of working between tech and academia
Lorenzo Gordon and Mark Clements, Maldaba
19:40 - 20:00
The talks will conclude with a panel Q&A session.
A networking drinks reception will follow the event.
This event is suitable for anyone who is interested in sexual health, behaviour change, health tech and app development.