Analysis, advocacy and action at WCPH2020
16th World Congress on Public Health
12-16 October, 2020
At the WCPH2020, our team is presenting several different public health projects, as well as our abstract about using AI for mental health analysis and prediction in school surveys.
Our presentations and talks reflect the conference themes of analysis, advocacy and action!
Amanda is presenting an economic evaluation of the decriminalization of sex work in Washington, DC, USA, which was the topic of her master’s thesis research.
Sami is presenting on how we can take a human-centered design approach in developing AI-based solutions using existing technologies.
As part of the plenary session #6, Pete is talking about the opportunities and challenges facing current public health graduates as they try and break into the job market during COVID19.
The economic consequences of decriminalizing sex work in Washington, DC
A Srsic, K Dubas-Jakóbczyk, E Kocot
European Journal of Public Health, Volume 30, Issue Supplement_5, September 2020, ckaa165.673, https://doi.org/10.1093/eurpub/ckaa165.673
Human centered AI design for clinical monitoring and data management
H S Adnan, S Matthews, M Hackl, P P Das, M Manaswini, S Gadamsetti, M Filali, B Owoyele, J Santuber, J Edelman
European Journal of Public Health, Volume 30, Issue Supplement_5, September 2020, ckaa165.225, https://doi.org/10.1093/eurpub/ckaa165.225
Revolutionizing the Public Health Workforce as Agents of Change
European Journal of Public Health, Volume 30, Issue Supplement_5, September 2020, ckaa164.006, https://doi.org/10.1093/eurpub/ckaa164.006
30 September 2020
Videos to these talks will be available soon, subject to congress guidelines.
More presentations from us at #WCPH2020— Collectivize Health (@CollectivizePH) October 14, 2020
1⃣Economic evaluation of sex work decriminalization
2⃣Human-centered design approach w/ AI @hsami
3⃣Public health graduate employability @pventicich
More info: https://t.co/g3UcA0C65z#PublicHealth #DigitalHealth #CollectivizeHealth
Collectivize Health is participating at the 16th World Congress on Public Health #WCPH2020 #PublicHealth #DigitalHealth #MentalHealth— Collectivize Health (@CollectivizePH) October 11, 2020
w/ @wcph_official @WFPHA_FMASP @EUPHActs @EPHconference @dmrtownend @pventicich @hsami
Join us today at the #WCPH2020 @wcph_official to learn about the value of Human Centered #AI #Design.#digitalhealth #publichealth #MentalHealth #humancentered #healthcare #globalhealth pic.twitter.com/3bQVz96TvW— roomOS (@roomOShealth) October 13, 2020