eHealth Revolution and Changing Work
The way we think about work, organize work and communicate with each other is changing rapidly. The Internet and personal technologies create new health and safety service cultures and platform economies. During this course we will study current trends, developments and future perspectives.
The main goal of the course is to:
1) introduce current state and trends of the digitilized working life
2) study novel use of digitilization in the OHS service provision
3) discuss ethics and equity in digital services.
- OHS practitioners and researchers
- Health services designers and researchers
- Researchers of working life
- Human resource experts
- Digital solutions experts
- PhD and university students
The course will consist of keynote speeches, workshops and participant presentations (optional).
We offer the possibility to present a poster of a topic of your interest during the course. The poster can be about you research or practical work you would like to share with others. The format of you poster is free and is not limited to a traditional wall poster. You might for example like to show you work with one or two slides or show an application. You will have 2-3 minutes to communicate your message to the other participants in an informal manner.
1. Is digitalization a solution or creating new problems in the work life?
- automatization and robotics
- internet of things
- virtual work communities
2. How can ICT improve provision of safety and health services?
- learning artificial intelligent systems
- personal health and safety coaching
- decision support systems
3. Do digitalization promote equity in health?
- data ownership and right to know
- data protection and security
August 10th, 2018Register
The price of the course consists of two parts:
1) The course fee of EUR 500 and
2) One of the following:
- The day package I fee of EUR 410
- The day package II fee of EUR 170
Day package I
The day package I price is 410 EUR/person. This price includes conference facilities and technical equipment, coffees, lunches, dinners and the social program.
The total price of the course is EUR 910 (course fee EUR 500 + day package fee EUR 410).
Day package II
The day package II price is 170 EUR/person. This price includes conference facilities and technical equipment, coffees and lunches.
The total price of the course is EUR 670 (course fee EUR 500 + day package fee EUR 170).
Kindly note that the day package II does not include dinners nor the social program.
NIVA has made a block reservation for the accommodation 18th – 20th of September 2018 at Hotel Hanaholmen, Espoo, Finland. To book a room from the block kindly make the reservation directly from the hotel through this link using the booking code NIVA (available until 1.8.2018).
The room price for a single standard room is EUR 108/night (including breakfast).
The block reservation will be available until 1st of August 2018.
Cancellations received by August, 10th 2018: full refund
Cancellations received after August, 10th 2018: no refund
The total price of the course will be invoiced after the registration deadline.
The price is subject to minor changes.
D. Med. Sci., Adj. Professor
Senior Lecturer in occupational health, University of Helsinki
Chief Medical Officer, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health
Head of Development, M.Sc, PhD-student, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health
In practical matters, please contact:
mobile: +358 40 5463 277
Hanaholmen – the Swedish-Finnish Cultural Centre, Espoo, Finland
Work and work environments are getting more and more digitalized. Newest developments are the virtual communities and that machines are communicating with each other in virtual networks. Professionals in all sectors of work life use increasingly ITC-based tools and systems to organize and conduct their work, and also to communicate…
Work and work environments are getting more and more digitalized. Newest developments are the virtual communities and that machines are communicating with each other in virtual networks. Professionals in all sectors of work life use increasingly ITC-based tools and systems to organize and conduct their work, and also to communicate with each other and clients. Algorithms are being developed and decision support systems are coming to help every day work. The opportunity of a citizen to produce and use information relating to work health and safety and to obtain necessary information and services is essential. The citizen is no more a passive object of service but an active producer and utilizer of information for taking care of his own well-being and work ability.