Last summer many from the HTO group joined the SIGCHI/EIT Health Summer School that was organised in Dublin and in Uppsala/Stockholm. The photo in the blog post is from the amazing library at Trinity Colleague.
The article highlights some of the learning experiences from organising such a summer school, such as that demand is high for such summer courses, patient participation is very valuable and that it was easy to recruit contributors to the summer school.
I know that the other organisers of the summer school thought that it was a lot of administration, but all agreed that it was also great fun!
Interactions also highlighted some of the HTO groups’ blog posts about the summer school found here:
- New NordForsk Project on “Nordic eHealth for Patients: Benchmarking and Developing for the Future” - June 9, 2020
- Patient Contracts is this Years’ Topic of the IT in Society Project Course - June 4, 2020
- User Experiences of an Internet-Based Stepped-Care Intervention for Individuals With Cancer and Concurrent Symptoms of Anxiety or Depression (the U-CARE AdultCan Trial): Qualitative Study - June 2, 2020