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IST 2020: Health Information Behavior (June 8-10, 2020; 15:00-18:00 CEST; Berlin Time)

  • 1.  IST 2020: Health Information Behavior (June 8-10, 2020; 15:00-18:00 CEST; Berlin Time)

    Posted 06-02-2020 06:32
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    Dear colleagues,

    on behalf of the officers of the European Chapter, we are excited to share with you the schedule for our online event IST 2020: Health Information Behavior (June 8-10, 2020, 15:00-18:00 (CEST; Berlin Time)).

    For each day, we will have one keynote followed by online talks and poster presentations (see below). We are excited to organize and lead this online event with you together! The event is part of the series on Information Science Trends. The events focus on a current research topic introduced by invited speakers from research and industry.

    The registration is free. 

    Participation is not restricted to those presenting. If you would like to join us as participant, please register via: https://associationforinformationscienceandtechnologyasist.growthzoneapp.com/ap/Events/Register/9p9e7nkp

     

    1. Day June 8, 2020
    (15:00- 18:00 CEST, Berlin Time)

    15:00-15:15

    Welcome

    15:15-15:45

    Keynote

    Speaker: Inez Bailey

    Title: Health literacy in practice in Ireland

    Abstract: Will follow

    15:45-16:00

    Q&A

    10 minutes break

    16:10-16:15

    Welcome Back

    16:15-16:30

    Presentation

    Authors: Heidi Enwald, Kristina Eriksson-Backa, Noora Hirvonen and Isto Huvila

    Title: Taking health information behaviour into account in user-centered design of e-health services - key findings from an ongoing research project

    Abstract: Link will follow

    16:30-16:40

    Q&A

    16:40-16:55

    Presentation

    Speaker: Noora Hirvonen

    Title: Girls' Positions and Authoritative Information Sources in Finnish Online Discourses on the HPV Vaccine

    Abstract: Link will follow

    16:55-17:05

    Q&A

    10 minutes break

    17:15-17:25

    Poster Presentation + Q&A

    Speaker: Kristin Hocevar and Melissa Anderson
    Title: Teaching Online Health Literacy at the University Level

    17:25-17:35

    Poster Presentation + Q&A

    Speaker: Gemma Webster and Bruce M. Ryan
    Title: Information avoidance and diabetes: a preliminary empirical study

    17:35-17:45

    Poster Presentation + Q&A

    Speaker: Helena Vallo Hult and Eleanor Wynn
    Title: From System to Lifeworld: Patient and Provider Interactions in Digital Health Care

    17:45-17:55

    End of the Day Discussion

    17:55-18:00

    Closing Words


    2. Day June 9, 2020
    (15:00- 18:00 CEST, Berlin Time)

    15:00-15:15

    Welcome

    15:15-15:45

    Keynote

    Speaker: Diane Pennington

    Title: Health (mis)information behaviour in the Covid-19 era'
    Abstract: Will follow

    15:45-16:00

    Q&A

    10 minutes break

    16:10-16:15

    Welcome Back

    16:15-16:30

    Presentation

    Speaker: Prasadi Kanchana Jayasekara

    Title: Usage of social media in finding information related COVID-19

    Abstract: Link will follow

    16:30-16:40

    Q&A

    16:40-16:55

    Presentation

    Speaker: Kaitlin Costello

    Title: Correcting health misinformation online: Collaborative crosschecking

    Abstract: Link will follow

    16:55-17:05

    Q&A

    10 minutes break

    17:15-17:25

    Poster Presentation + Q&A

    Speaker: Patrick O'Sullivan and Carolanne Mahony
    Title: How can the Government tackle an Infodemic during a Pandemic?

    17:25-17:35

    Poster Presentation + Q&A

    Speaker: Ashwag Alasmari and Aseel Aldawood
    Title: #COVID-19 Misinformation: Saudi Arabia as a Use Case

    17:35-17:55

    End of the Day Discussion

    17:55-18:00

    Closing Words




    3. Day June 10, 2020
    (15:00- 18:00 CEST, Berlin Time)

    15:00-15:15

    Welcome

    15:15-15:45

    Keynote

    Speaker: Christiane Grünloh

    Title: My Work Tool" versus "My Body, My Data": Conflicting stakeholder perspectives on digital data access

    Abstract: The importance of encouraging patient participation is not new, neither is the fact that patients have the right by law to view their health records. Similar to other digitalisation processes in the last decades, it may seem natural to also enable patient to digitally access their electronic health records, for instance, via patient portals. Despite being welcomed by patients, this type of digital access and especially the extend of the information shown has been often criticised by concerned healthcare professionals. In this keynote I will present the case of the eHealth service Journalen in Sweden and outline some of the conflicting perspectives and values that accompany patient accessible health records.

    15:45-16:00

    Q&A

    10 minutes break

    16:10-16:15

    Welcome Back

    16:15-16:30

    Presentation

    Speaker: Sheila Webber and Pamela McKinney

    Title: The information worlds of non-resident informal carers: stakeholder perceptions

    Abstract: Link will follow

    16:30-16:40

    Q&A

    16:40-16:55

    Presentation

    Speaker: Paulina Bressel

    Title: #Recovery of Eating Disorders on Social Media

    Abstract: Link will follow

    16:55-17:05

    Q&A

    10 minutes break

    17:15-17:30

    Presentation

    Speaker: Carolanne Mahony, Ciara Heavin and David Sammon
    Title:  Health Information Use During Pregnancy

    Abstract: Link will follow

    17:30-17:40

    Q&A

    17:40-17:55

    End of the Day Discussion

    17:55-18:00

    Closing Words

    We are looking forward to meeting you! Feel free to share the schedule!

    Best,

    Aylin Ilhan (Chair of the European Chapter)



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    Aylin Ilhan
    Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf
    Düsseldorf, NRW
    aylin.ilhan@hhu.de
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