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The event follows a three-year long programme of research, conducted in partnership with The Health Foundation, examining the interaction between data-driven systems and health and social inequalities in the wake of COVID-19.
We will share our findings and recommendations from the research project, as well as hear from panellists and speakers from across policy, research, practice and civil society about their own work in this area. The aim is to bring people together across disciplines to facilitate meaningful discussion and knowledge exchange.
We are delighted that the event will feature a ‘fireside chat’ with Professor Dame Margaret Whitehead, the WH Duncan Chair of Public Health at the University of Liverpool and Chair of the Independent Review of Equity in Medical Devices.
Other speakers are confirmed from Health Data Research UK, UCL, University of Oxford, APLE Collective, Red Cross and Liberating Knowledge. We will follow-up with a finalised agenda.
We want to build a shared understanding of actions need to respond to the challenges of health inequalities in a digital context. As part of this, attendees will also hear from people with lived experience of health inequalities whose perspectives aren’t always heard in policy or academic contexts.
We hope this event will be of value to people involved in digital transformation across the health and social care sector, those with a research interest in digital health and inequalities, and anyone designing digital health services.