Désintermédiation et

pouvoir de patient.

La profusion de nouvelles technologies mobiles gratuities et personnalisées mises à la disposition de la population donne au patient l’impression d’avoir le contrôle et offre à l’utilisateur un accès à la connaissance et à la responsabilité qui incombait auparavant au médecin. Certains voient cette technologie rapidement-évoluant comme la cause pour l'inquiétude, d'autres, comme un mouvement vers une approche plus démocratique aux soins médicaux

Disintermediation and Patient Agency

The abundance of new, free and individual mobile technologies available to society offers the user access to knowledge but also to responsibility for their own health and well-being which was previously the domain of the doctor. Some see this rapidly evolving technology as cause for concern, others, as a move towards a more democratic approach to healthcare

Les invitées - Invited Speakers 

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Kirsten Gardner, PhD

University of Texas

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Jeremy Greene, MD, PhD

John Hopkins University

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Jenna Healey, PhD

Queen's University

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Kelly Holloway, PhD

University of Toronto

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Yue Li, PhD

McGill University

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Faith Wallis, PhD

McGill University

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Olivia Weisser, PhD

University of Massachusetts Boston

Les Hôtes - The Hosts

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Lawrence Rosenberg, MD, PhD

McGill University 

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Thomas Schlich, MD, PhD

McGill University

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Les présidents - The Chairs 

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Les présentations seront en anglais seulement

Agenda 

DAY 1: Wednesday, May 8, 2019


9:30: Thomas Schlich, MD, PhD: Welcome, organizational matters and introduction to the topic

9:45: Introductory Round of Participants 

Chair:  Karl Weiss, MD, Jewish General Hospital


10:00: Lawrence Rosenberg, MD, PhD: Disintermediation

10:45: Jeremy Greene, MD, PhD: Media Medica: Digital History and the Post-Physician Future

11:30: Coffee Break

12:00: Faith Wallis, PhD:
Doctors on the Borders: The Case of the Medieval Hospital

13:00: Lunch Break 


Chair: Andrea Tone, PhD, McGill University


14:00: Olivia Weisser, PhD: Patient Agency and Gender in Pre-Modern Medicine

15:00: Coffee Break 

15:30: Jenna Healey, PhD
The 'DIY' Pregnancy: Medicalization, Agency, and the Hisptory of At-Home Ovulation and Pregnancy Tests

16:30: End of Presentations

 

 

DAY 2: Thursday, May 9, 2019


Chair: André Dascal, MD, Jewish General Hospital


9:30: Kelly Holloway, PhD: The Commercial Market in Non-Invasive Prenatal Screening and the Clinician as Unstable Intermediary

10:30: Coffee Break 

11:00: Kirsten Gardner, PhD:
Diabetic Technologies: Choice, Adaptation, and Rejection

12:00: Lunch Break 


Chair: Rachel Elder, PhD, McGill University


13:00: Yue Li, PhDClinical Recommendations by Means of Artificial Intelligence: The Example of MixEHR

14:00: Discussion: Recap of topics presented and how technology is and will continue to impact all aspects of healthcare, education and patient outcomes

15:00: End of the workshop 

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Hôpital général juif / Jewish General Hospital

3999 Côte Ste-Catherine,  B-124

Montreal, QC H3T 1E2

8 mai, 2019- 9hr 30 à 16h30

9 mai 2019 - 9h 30 à 15h

 

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