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MYSPHERA UPV Chair Webinar series “Transition from COVID-19 to the new normal”

4 webinars that will become a book about the recovery of normality in the health sector and the role of technology and digitalization.
 
Within the framework of the MYSPHERA Chair, attached to the Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV), several webinars will be held in the coming months with some relevant personalities from the health and ICT sectors regarding the challenges faced by the health sector after the pandemic.
 
Digital seminars that, together with the testimonies of their participants, will later become a book about the changes that society and the health system have undergone and will undergo.
 

Webinar series “Transition from COVID-19 to the new normal”

 

 
5 webinars on the changes that society has experienced with the pandemic and the role that health digitalization has played and will play in the future.
 
If there is clear evidence that the global health crisis that we have experienced in recent months leaves behind, it is the need to evolve. Necessary progress both at the social level and in a sector that has been key at the most critical moments of the pandemic, health. A situation that has highlighted the inevitable progress that we must make with digitalization and technology. Elements that we have had within our reach up to now, but which, in many areas, such as health, have not been exploited to the full.
 
It is precisely around this issue that the 4 webinars of MYSPHERA are based:
– Contact Tracing – Initiatives for the detection, containment and traceability of infections
– Impact of COVID-19 on Global Healthcare Systems
– Elderly homecare and Active Aging European Initiatives after COVID-19
– The Spanish health system after the pandemic
 
Throughout these 4 web seminars different members of MYSPHERA and the UPV will moderate these digital talks together with personalities and professionals from different entities and companies from the health and technology sector such as SITUM, Telefónica, Hospital 12 de Octubre, NB-23 or Air Liquide.
 
These testimonies are of great value and will help to analyze both the current situation and the expected future after overcoming the pandemic, not only nationally, but globally. To gather this experience and vision, two of these web seminars will be in English with the presence of professionals of different nationalities.
 

AGENDA

 
17 / 06 / 2020
Contact Tracing – Initiatives for the detection, containment and traceability of infections – Web seminar moderated by Salvador Vera, CEO of MYSPHERA (Spanish-language webinar) – Register to follow our webinar here
Speakers:
✔ Víctor Álvarez – CEO / SITUM
✔ Javier Bosch – CEO / NB23 | Social Distance
✔ Júlio Jesús Sánchez – Manager of e-Health projects and digital business / Telefónica
✔ Eduardo Montón – CTO / MYSPHERA
 
24 / 06 / 2020
Impact of COVID-19 on Global Healthcare Systems – Webinar moderated by Ricardo C. Berrios, Chief Strategy Officer of MYSPHERA (English-language webinar)- Register to follow our webinar here
Speakers:
✔ Remi Charachon – VP Medical Gases Europe / Air Liquide Healthcare
✔ José A. Pagán – Chair of the Board / NYC Health + Hospitals
✔ Marc Farr – Chief Analytical Officer / East Kent Hospitals NHS
✔ Juan Luis Cruz – Chief Information Officer / Hospital Universitario 12 de Octubre

01 / 07 / 2020

Elderly homecare and Active Aging European Initiatives after COVID-19 – Web seminar moderated by Sergio Guillén, Director of the Innovation area of MYSPHERA (English-language webinar)
Register to follow our webinar here
Speakers:
✔ María Teresa Arredondo – Director of Life Supporting Technologies / Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
✔ Cristiano Paggetti – Founder and CEO / Medea s.r.l
✔ Germán Gutiérrez – Integrated Health Solutions Director / Medtronic Ibérica
✔ Leandro Pecchia – Director of Applied Biomed Signal Processing and Int ehealth lab / University of Warwick, UK
 

15 / 07 / 2020
Spanish health care after the pandemic – Web seminar moderated by Vicente Traver, Director of the Chair; professor of ETSIT and director of the group of Technological Innovation for Health and Welfare (Sabien) of the Itaca Institute (Spanish-language webinar)
Register to follow our webinar here
 
✔ Jaime del Barrio – President ASD
✔ Cristina Bescos – Managing Director EIT Health Spain
✔ Juan Antonio Hueto – Coordinator of Surgical Processes in the Hospitals Institut Català de Salut
✔ Jesús María Fernández Díaz – Former Vice-Minister of Health of the Basque Government and member of the XI and XII goverment legislatures
 

MYSPHERA UPV CHAIR

The MYSPHERA Chair, attached to the University Institute of Information Technology and Communications (ITACA Institute) and the School of Telecommunications Engineering of the Polytechnic University of Valencia, was created with the aim of promoting among students at the Polytechnic University of Valencia a concern for the application of ICT technologies in the social and health field, both to improve care and processes.

By: Mireya Lázaro

03/06/2020

University Chair