Time: 9:00-17:00, 12th July 2016
Venue: iTalkTone Lab, Department of Psychology, Bournemouth University | Building B, No.72 Kunlun Road, Lucheng District, Wenzhou, ZheJiang Province, PR.China
Organiser: iTalkTone Lab, Department of Psychology, Bournemouth University | Newford Research Institute of Advanced Technology
Registration:send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The workshop, hosted by iTalkTone Lab, Bournemouth University and Newford Research Institute of Advanced Technology (NRIAT, China), is a satellite meeting to the British HCI 2016 Conference and will be held in Bournemouth University on 12th, July.
This workshop initially aims to review the current digital heath technologies and explore their potentials in real world. Under the umbrella concept of Brain-Computer Interface (BCI), EEG, eye-tracking and social assistive robot are three incentive technologies we are investigating. Relevant business models and investment opportunities between China and UK will be introduced as well.
Without any assistive communication tool, locked-in syndrome patients are suffering from “nightmarish qualities, robbed of all function and trapped in a body in which you can’t communicate.” – Dr Mark Delargy,director of the brain injury programme at the National Rehabilitation Hospital in Dublin from BBC website.
The academia, mainly from psychology, health and IT backgrounds will present their findings in communicative behaviours and demonstrate cutting edge technologies, which facilitate wide range of communication in diverse groups, e.g. aphasia, autism and aged people, and various scenarios.
In particular, a healthcare-driven HCI approach will be under discoursed and developed. Advancement in HCI and even BCI has more and more entered into our privacy. From the perspectives of economics, ethics and business, we will answer whether technology could bring more equality, inclusion and benefit for different groups. A concept of “technology equity” will be proposed and discussed in the workshop.
The workshop themes and topics
- Tendency and business models in global digital health market
- Tendency in Human-computer and Brain-computer interfaces (BCI)
- Edge-cutting technology in healthcare, especially EEG, eye-tracking and Robot
- Cost-effectiveness analysis on HCI in digital health technologies
- Potential and future ethical issues in digital health technologies
Speakers at The 1st HCI and Digital Health Forum: Technologies and Business Opportunities between UK and China
Prof Sine McDougall (Professor in Psychology, Bournemouth University)
Title: Accessing meaning, usability and user experience: What eye tracking might and might not tell us in the healthcare context.
My research has focused on how we understand, learn, and use icons and signs used on computer interfaces and on traffic and public information signs.
Dr Malcolm J. Fisk (Director, Telehealth Quality Group EEIG, De Montfort University)
Title: Telehealth Services and Technologies: User Acceptance and Market Opportunities
Notable is the fact that he recently led the European Commission funded TeleSCoPE project that developed a European Code of Practice for Telehealth Services – this now being further developed and taken forward as an International Code – by the Telehealth Quality Group EEIG of which he is Director.
Dr Xun He (Co-founder iTalkTone Lab, Bournemouth University)
Title: ERP Components and the Application in Brain-computer Interface
extensively use the electroencephalography (EEG) technique, including event-related potential (ERP) and steady-state visual-evoked potential (SSVEP).
Tony Steffert (co-founder of Society of Applied Neuroscience)
Title: qEEG and Neurofeedback in ADHD and Dyslexia
more recently in creativity and peak-performance using “Virtual Reality” to enhance Neurofeedback learning and creativity in Actors, Dancers and Musicians.
Mr. Xu Jin (Minister Counsellor of Commercial Section, China Embassy, London, TBC)
Title: Business and Trade between UK and China:Facts and Prospects
Dr Tamas Hickish (Consultant Medical Oncologist, Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch NHS Foundation Trust)
Title: Digital Health in Bournemouth and Southwest England
Prof Richard Li-Hua (President of CAMOT Academy, Cambridge)
Title: Tech-Market Innovation Model in China: Why China Could Be a Blue Ocean of Healthcare
insightful observations and interpretation about what happened in the last 35 years between West and East, notably China and how a university/firm can be well positioned in the 21st century.
Pete Read (CEO, Global Growth Market)
Title: China’s Digital Health Developments in the Asian Context
specialising in healthcare in China, Asia and other emerging markets, who has led assignments for many of the world’s most successful healthcare and technology companies.
Dr Biao Zeng (Founder of iTalkTone Lab, Bournemouth University)
Title: Demands of Digital Healthcare in China: Why China is NOT an Aged People Friendly Place?
Zeng is extremely interested in applying psychology into a variety of social behaviour changes, e.g. polling, voting, rumour in cyberspace, and violence in hospitals.