The DIALOGUES IN RESEARCH ETHICS monthly conference series hosted by UM Miller School of Medicine | Institute for Bioethics & Health Policy is pleased to welcome Dr. Jodyn Platt for a special guest lecture. The lecture is hybrid—in person at the medical campus or online via zoom, and is free and open to the public.
“From Principles to Practice: Building Trustworthy Health Systems in the Information Age”
The proliferation of data, information, and digital knowledge systems that use Artificial Intelligence and other advanced health analytics poses urgent questions about what can and ought to be done with data in the delivery of health and public health services. This Dialogue will examine research and practice opportunities to engage with the ethical, legal, and social issues in AI and other information systems used in healthcare, with special regard for empirical research on patient and public stakeholder perspectives.
Friday 12/9/2022, 12:00-1:00 PM
Dr. Platt is an Associate Professor of Learning Health Sciences at the University of Michigan, where she was trained in medical sociology and health policy. Her research focuses on issues at the intersection of biomedical informatics and ethics. She is interested in understanding what makes data-driven health trustworthy and the pathways for earning, achieving, and sustaining trust across stakeholders
Meeting ID: 934 2130 3093 Passcode: 822453