What can different academic disciplines bring to evaluating digital health?

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What can different academic disciplines bring to evaluating digital health?

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Rather than being a one-off ‘tick box exercise’, can digital evidence generation be thought of as a multi-lingual conversation that improves the chances of success? This webinar features leading academics with extensive experience of researching and evaluating digital health interventions in complex systems. The session will explore the interdisciplinary nature of digital health evidence generation, including how theories and methods from different fields – such as human factors, applied health and computer science – can inform practice, from product development to real world implementation.

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Professor Peter Buckle, Principal Research Fellow, Imperial College London

Professor Elizabeth Murray, GP, Professor of eHealth and Primary Care, Co-Director of the eHealth Unit and Head of the Research Department of Primary Care and Population Health, University College London

Professor Ann Blandford, Deputy Director (Digital), Institute of Healthcare Engineering, University College London and Professor of Human–Computer Interaction, University College London

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Dr Jean Ledger, Research Fellow, Department of Applied Health Research, University College London

Dr Henry Potts, Associate Professor, Institute of Health Informatics, University College London

If you are unable to join the live recording on this date but are interested in the webinar, please still register as all signed up guests will receive a link to the recorded webinar.

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