Cutting Edge Science and Engineering Symposium: Advances in personalised healthcare and wellbeing support technologies
The Human Centric Security team was successful in being awarded a Cutting Edge Science and Engineering Symposium award for 2019/2020. The jointly hosted symposium “Advances in personalised healthcare and wellbeing support technologies” will be organised by the Precision Health Future Science Platform, CSIRO’s Data61 and CSIRO’s Health and Biosciences.
CSIRO is excited to present a Cutting Edge Science and Engineering Symposium on Advances in personalised healthcare and wellbeing support technologies. We have planned this Symposium as a way to communicate our research directly to the Australian digital health research and industry network to enable and facilitate collaboration in making Australia a healthier nation. We are aiming to bring about greater awareness of consumer engagement in digital health and create a collaborative Australian network in this space by focusing on Australian digital health innovations.
The Symposium organisers are pleased to invite key leaders in Digital and Precision Health to attend and participate in the Symposium. This two-day symposium will bring together an interdisciplinary stakeholder group to collaboratively deliberate the way forward for Australia’s next-generation of intelligent and efficient personalised healthcare and wellbeing support services. The Symposium targets the Australian healthcare and wellbeing ecosystem, including all partners and stakeholders within the Australian digital health and wellbeing space, as well as CSIRO staff associated with the Precision Health Future Science Platform. Targeted attendees include PhD students and Early Career Researchers, researchers, academics and industry partners who are stakeholders in the promotion of positive lifestyle changes through digital health. Together, we aim to achieve a better understanding of consumer use, adoption and concerns regarding precision health and wellbeing management.
Originally scheduled for 20 May 2020, the Symposium will now be held virtually, on the 19/11 and 20/11/20.
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