Programme

PROGRAMME

The programme is the foundation on which EHiN is built. The programme is meant to be proffesional, current, available, up to date and exciting. This is why we are involving people with knowledge in different fields of expertise.

This years theme is “The Ecosystem of Health”. With this we suggest that all actors, wether big or small, play an equally important role in the health sector. Even if you are a patient, citizen, next of kin, medical practician, politician or technician, the digital healthcare does not work without common understanding, security and last but not least a common set of values.

EHiN consists of a common programme for the expo area, as well as seven paralel tracks. Each track has three sessions spanning two days. Three tracks make up the general EHiN conference, packed full of strategy, technology and inspiring ideas. These tracks does not have a common theme, but the sessions lasting 1 hour and 45 minutes does.

THEME

This year there are four paralel tracks each with their own theme, in addition to the three EHiN tracks. Each track span the two conference days and have their own project committe. The four tracks are:

  • Welfare technology and smart society
  • Genomics, cancer and personified medicine
  • Trust in a digital health system (security and privacy)
  • Research in eHealth

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

Main programme committee

Anita Moe Larsen, Oslo Medtech
Une Tangen, KS
Fredrik Syversen, IKT-Norge
Jon-Torgeir Lunke, Direktoratet for e-helse
Sverre Fossen, Norsk Helsenett
Else Støring, Kreftforeningen
Nard Schreurs, IKT-Norge
Eirik Nicolai Arnesen, Legeforeningen
Kathy Molstad, Sykepleierforbundet
Nis Johannsen, Helse Sør-Øst


Project group Welfare technology and smart society

Jan Olsen Nytveit, Oslo Kommune
Elin Wikmark Darell, Værnes
Solrunn Hårstad, Værnes
Jon-Torgeir Lunke, Direktoratet for e-helse
Une Tangen, KS

Project group Trust in a digital health system (security and privacy)

Sverre Fossen, NHN
Aasta Hetland, Normen
Jan Gunnar Borch, Normen
Camilla Nervik, Datatilsynet
Veronica Jarnskjold Buer

Project group Genomics, cancer and personified medicine

Bogi Eliassen, Copenhagen Future Institute
Ketil Wideberg, Oslo Cancer Cluster
Guptar Udatha, Oslo Cancer Cluster
Kari Steig, Helsedirektoratet
Anne Hafstad, Helsedirektoratet
Thomas Smedsrud, BigMed

Prosjekt group research in eHealth

Benedicte Sognefest, Forskningsrådet
Olaug Råd, Forskningsrådet
Line Linstad, NSE
Eli Kristiansen, NSE
Babak Farschian, SINTEF

If you have any questions regarding the programme,
please contact nard@ikt-norge.no.