Workshop on Diabetes Type I – Collaborate to solve Diabetes 1”- Sponsored by The Swedish Association of Medical Informatics and the Swedish Innovation Agency.
August 24, 2022, 11:05-13:00 (EU); 17:05-19:00 (CN)
It’s been 100 years since insulin was invented – preventing people with type 1 diabetes from dying. Today, these people still have to make up to 100 decisions daily to achieve the most balanced blood sugar (time in range) based on eaten carbs, physical activity, sleep, hormones, insulin injections, and much more. Can technical solutions feed with data bridging the gap – so people with type 1 diabetes can get a healthier life and future? The workshop will give a State of research in Sweden and China, addressing how competitions can be a way to solve wicked problems based on experience from the Swedish Innovation Agency and how Champions to be better trained to have a win-win-win-win situation ( Academy, Industry, Healthcare, and citizens ).
11:05 (CET)/17:05 (CN) Welcome and introduction to the workshop
Lars Lindsköld, PhD, SFMI & VINNOVA / Sweden
11:10 (CET)/17:20 (CN) KeyNote: When you enable the patient to control and share their data for purposes chosen by the patient, will interoperability increase?
Fredrik Lindén, Co-founder & Coordinator of MyData Sweden and Consultant
11:35 (CET)/17:40 (CN) The effect of psychological resilience intervention in adolescents with type 1 diabetes: a comparative analysis based on traditional and remote interventions
Mingzi Li, Prof. School of Nursing, Peking University
12:00 (CET)/18:00 (CN) How competition and collaboration can achieve novel insights on how change can occur by the use of data access
Cassandra Marshall,PhD The Swedish Innovation Agency
12:10 (CET)/18:10 (CN) Why do I need more tools to master my diabetes- and what type of services would di like to see in the future?
Malin Gavlefors, M.Sc. Beat Diabetes, patient advocate, and entrepreneur.
12:20 (CET)/18:20 (CN) ?
Meihua Ji, PhD, RN, associate professor at the School of Nursing, Capital Medical University.
12:30 (CET)/18:30 (CN) Maturity-onset diabetes of the young is caused by loss-of-function variants of the glucokinase gene.- China
Dr Shasha Yuan, PhD, MD, Capital Medical University
12:40 (CET)/18:40 (CN) PANEL: Europe-China Collaboration on Diabetes type 1, moderator Lars Lindsköld and Meihua Ji with the previous speakers.
13:00 (CET)/ 19:00 (CN) End of Workshop
Secretary, SFMI, Sweden, IM Officer EFMI
|Fredrik Linden, Digital Government Transformation and eGov Consultant.||Mingzi Li, School of Nursing, Peking University||Cassandra Marshall, Project leader, Swedish Innovation Agency||Malin Gavlefors, Beat Diabets Sweden.||Meihua Ji, associate professor, School of Nursing, Capital Medical University.||Shasha Yuan, , Capital Medical University
Lars Lindsköld, SFMI & VINNOVA / Sweden: Regional developer, Department of digitalisation Region Västra Götaland, Senior adviser AI Innovation of Sweden, Board member RAI Umeå University, Health Data expert Swedish Innovation Agency, Sweden and Secretary Swedish Association of Medical Informatics and Institution member Officer, EFMI:
Fredric Lindén, Co-founder & Coordinator of MyData Sweden and Consultan:. I have extensive domestic and international experience in eHealth and the healthcare industry, and I understand its key business drivers. This has given me a diversity of skills in eHealth and recognition as a distinguished global leader in a multi-disciplinary environment. I can analyse and synthesise information, problem-solve, plan, and follow through on commitments.
Mingzi Li, School of Nursing, Peking University
Cassandra Marshall, Vinnova the Swedish Innovation Agency; Program manager Winter project. ( We Win with Interoperability) in the department of Innovation management. Has here PhD from the School of Economics, Innovation and inter-organisational collaboration. I have been working with the Swedish Innovation Agency since 2009, focusing on how to get innovation to implementation.
Malin Gavlefors. Finished her M.Sc. within Strategic Entrepreneurship summer 2022 and working extra as a project manager at BEAT Diabetes Foundation, Project manager for #IHackForDiabetes – #IHackForDiabetes (beatdiabetes.se). The purpose of this Hackathon was to make all that data available for technical innovation from the user’s needs and perspective – so people with type 1 diabetes can get a healthier life and future. Malin has Diabetes 1 and acts as a patient advocate for people with diabetes in Sweden.
Meihua Ji, is an associate professor at the School of Nursing, Capital Medical University. She acquired her PhD education from the School of Nursing, University of Pittsburgh (2015-2018), as well as obtained a master’s degree and bachelorettes degree in nursing programs from the USA. Her main research area includes chronic disease management (cardiovascular disease, diabetes, etc.), delirium assessment, nursing informatics, etc. Over the years, among her colleagues, she has been doing research on the management of chronic disease and engaged in works related to the development and usability testing of various clinical decision support systems, such as the system for delirium assessment (iCAM-ICU) and the management of coronary heart disease (iCARE). Her work has been published in various SCI journals, including the International Journal of Nursing Studies, JMIR mHealth and uHealth, Diabetes Educator (Now called the Science of Diabetes Self-Management and Care), and Nursing Research.
Shasha Yuan, Beijing Key Laboratory of Diabetes Research and Care, Center for Endocrine Metabolism and Immune Diseases, Lu He Hospital Capital Medical University
Attending Physician whose research interests include the pathogenesis of diabetes mellitus and its complications. Areas of expertise: Monogenic diabetes mellitus; Gestational diabetes mellitus; obesity metabolic disease, etc. A total of 6 SCI articles related to endocrinology have been published, among which the representative work on monogenic diabetes was published in Cell Report. As a significant participant, who has participated in 2 projects of the National Natural Science Foundation and one project on Reproductive health of the National Health Commission.
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