- 2pm – 3pm
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This event brings together Professor Ashley Hall, RCA and Professor Venere Ferraro, POLI.design, both experts in healthcare and wellbeing, to discuss the role of digitalization in the healthcare sector using the perspective of the design discipline.
This talk brings together Ashley and Venere, both experts in healthcare and wellbeing, to discuss the role of digitalization in the healthcare sector using the perspective of the design discipline.
- How is digitalisation and digital technologies changing products, services, and people's experience within the healthcare domain?
- How is digitalisation impacting citizens, patients and doctors' perceptions toward the new future of healthcare?
POLI.design, founded by Politecnico di Milano in 1999, is a university institution of acknowledged excellence that represents a unique research and post-graduate, professional and business training centre.
Together with the School of Design and the Department of Design, it forms the Design System of the Politecnico di Milano, an aggregate of resources, skills, structures and laboratories, designed to explore the design culture at 360°. For more information, please visit POLI.design.
9 May 2023 | 2pm— 3pm BST
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Professor Ashley Hall
Postgraduate Research Lead
Ashley is Professor of Design Innovation, Postgraduate Research Lead in the school of design at the Royal College of Art and Head of Programme for the MRes Healthcare Design delivered with Imperial College.View full profile
Associate Professor, Department of Design, Politecnico di Milano
Venere, PhD is an Associate Professor at the Department of Design of Politecnico di Milano and on of the scientific coordinator of the think tank of the Department. She participated in several International and National research both as coordinator (DATEMATS”-KA2-2018) and as principal investigator (Destex- Strategic PA and In Transit- HEurope).Her research deals with wearable technologies, emerging materials, and big data for healthcare and wellbeing by using a human-centred approach.
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