Join the webinar (6pm)

Gone is the era of the locked hospital file cabinet – digital advances are rapidly democratising health data and transforming the way we interact with the medical industry.

For some, it’s an opportunity to reimagine a woefully outdated healthcare model. For others, questions around privacy and private interests are cause for serious concern.

Join our expert Frontier Forum panellists for a deep-dive on the health data revolution.

Event details

Date:   Thursday 30 June 2022
Time:   6–7pm Brisbane (AEST)
Cost:   Free - Zoom webinar link will be sent before the event

 

Panellists

Adjunct Professor Robyn Littlewood
Bachelor of Science '92, Master of Medical Science '99, Doctor of Philosophy '03, Graduate Certificate in Executive Leadership '16
CEO, Health and Wellbeing Queensland; Paediatric dietician.

 

 

Dr Mellissa Naidoo
Bachelor of Science (Honours) '98
Non-Executive Director & Strategic Medical Advisor; Clinical Reference Lead, Australian Digital Health Agency; Founder, Women & Medicine; UQ Senate Member.

 

 

Associate Professor Clair Sullivan
Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery '96
Head of the UQ Digital Health Research Network, Centre for Health Services Research.

 


 

Dr Ides Wong
Data Strategy Lead, Queensland Health; researcher in data science, health systems and policies; Adjunct Associate Professor, QUT; Adjunct Research Fellow, CSIRO.

 

 

 

Note: previously advertised panellist Professor Keith McNeil is unfortunately no longer able to participate in this event. 
 

Series moderator

Tegan Taylor
Bachelor of Business Management '05, Bachelor of Journalism '05, Graduate Certificate in Arts '08, Master of Arts '11
ABC Science Unit; Co-host of the ABC's Walkley Award-winning Coronacast podcast. 

 

 

About Frontier Forum
Presented by the UQ Global Change Institute, these online events bring together leading researchers and experts from across the community who are at the coalface of major global challenges. Join us as we debate the issues, confront broken systems, and get into some blue-sky thinking around where we go from here.

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