As part of the “Celebration of Excellence & Engagement” (COEE) 2020 event of the Royal Society of Canada, our co-director, Catherine Régis, alongside with Tania Bubela, Alan Katz and Karine Lefeuvre are the panelists of the G7 Research Summit – Ethics, Privacy & Public Engagement conference, which will be moderated by Rémi Quirion.
The conference will take place Wednesday November 25, 2020 from 9:00 am to 10:30 am. It is part of the block dedicated to the G7 Research Summit – The Future of Digital Health.
Here is the description associated with the November 25th conferences :
In partnership with the scholarly, cultural, research and diplomatic communities of the G7, the RSC will present The G7 Academy Research Summit on The Future of Digital Health. The international programme will examine the implications of the G7 Science Academies’ Statement on Centrality of Digital Health Collaboration to Health Progress that embraces the many disciplines, generations, and geographies required to address this urgent global issue.
You can find the event’s programme here.
You can find the G-Science Academis Statement 2020 – Digital Health and the Learning Health System here.