Detailed Programme

Day 1: 18th May 2015

Welcome and Keynote 1: Jakob E. Bardram

09:00 Day 1 (18th May 2015), Sala Della Scherma
 Session Chair: Patty Kostkova
Jakob E. Bardram (IT University of Copenhagen): On the Design of Personal Health Technologies for Mental Disorder

Session 1

Track: E-learning and Serious Games for Health 1

11:00 Day 1 (18th May 2015), Sala Della Scherma
Session Chair: Arnold Bosman
Invited speakers: Lydia MarkwickJack Preston, Yaantu Ltd – Gamifying Exercise for Sustainable Behaviour Change
Adopting Best Practices from the Games Industry in Development of Serious Games for Health – Gary Ushaw, Richard Davison, Janet Eyre and Graham Morgan
Interactive Cause and Effect Comic-Book Storytelling for Improving Nutrition Outcomes in Children – Ashish Amresh, Madhumita Sinha, Rebecca Birr and Rahul Salla
Introducing Mokap: A Novel Approach to Creating Serious Games – Javier Torrente, Ángel Serrano-Laguna, Conor Fisk, Breid O’Brien, Wanda Alesky, Baltasar Fernandez-Manjon and Patty Kostkova

Session 2

Track: Web 2.0 and Online Communities of Practice

11:00 Day 1 (18th May 2015), Sala Della Volta
 Session Chair: John Powell
Invited speaker: Dominik Leisi, UCL Business Plc: Regulation of medical devices and software applications within hospital settings
Assessing patient experience and patient preference when designing web support for smoking cessation – Liz Sillence, Peter Harris and Pamela Briggs
FEMwiki: crowdsourcing semantic taxonomy and wiki input to domain experts while keeping editorial control: Mission Possible! – Patty Kostkova, Vladimir Prikazsky and Arnold Bosman
Evaluation of an app to support older adults with wounds – Kate Bennett, Floriana Grasso, Victoria Lowers, Alison McKay and Christine Milligan

Session 3

Track: E-learning and Serious Games for Health 2

14:00 Day 1 (18/05/2015), Sala Della Scherma
Session Chair: Javier Torrente
Invited speaker: Arnold BosmanECDC strategy for e-learning in disease prevention and control
Mind the Gap: From Desktop to App – Andreea Molnar and Patty Kostkova
Changes In Learning Behaviour Upon Receiving Mobile Devices: An Observational Study In A University Teaching Hospital – Adam Julius, Joht Chandan, Charles Hall, Thomas Chase, Ryan Burnett, Bimbi Fernando, Deborah Gill and Betsy Anagnostelis
Attitudes To mLearning With Tablet Computers Amongst Medical Students: An Observational Study in a University Teaching Hospital – Adam Julius, Charles Hall, Thomas Chase, Joht Chandan, Ryan Burnett, Benedict Phillips, Bimbi Fernando, Deborah Gill and Betsy Anagnostelis

Session 4

Posters Overview

14:00 Day 1 (18th May 2015), Sala Della Volta
Session Chair: Ed de Quincey
Abstracts and posters can be found in this Flickr group

Arvind Raghu, Praveen Devarsetty, David Peiris, Lionel Tarassenko and Gari Clifford  Mobile-based clinical decision support system for cardiovascular disease risk management in resource-poor settings
Yean-Hoon Ong, Patty Kostkova and Alex P Leff  A Personalized Game-based Therapy for Aphasic Patients with Impaired Speech Comprehension
Giorgio Gronchi, Emanuele Massaro, Andrea Guazzini and Franco Bagnoli  Risk perception and epidemic spreading: how the interplay between physical contacts and information gathering can stop the infection
Maximilian Kerz, Amos Folarin, Stephen Newhouse, Mark Begale, Christopher Karr, Nicholas Meyer, James MacCabe and Richard Dobson  A wearables-based Relapse-Prevention System for Schizophrenia
Young-Eun Choi, Dong-Seob Kwak, Soo-Yeon Song and Byung-Chul Chun  Association between emergency department visits due to intentional self-injury and internet search trends of suicide-related terms in Korea
Joao Pita Costa and Primoz Skraba  Topological Epidemiological Data Analysis [Poster]
Nadeem Qaisar Mehmood and Rosario Culmone  Harmor: An ANT+ healthcare system
Per Egil Kummervold and Luis Fernandez Luque  MEDIAWATCH: a tool to monitor Digital Wildfires of Misinformation in the Ebola outbreak
Charles Hall and Joht Chandan  Does Learning How To Code For Mobile Technologies Facilitate Learning Medicine: Reflections From 2 Medical Students
Katerina Perdikuri and Kalliopi Perdikouri  The development of a web-based community of practice to support health visitors’ education on Internet safety
Jamie Ross, Fiona Stevenson, Kingshuk Pal and Elizabeth Murray  Title: Implementing an internet based diabetes self-management programme within a health service
Fedelucio Narducci, Cataldo Musto, Marco Polignano, Marco De Gemmis, Pasquale Lops and Giovanni Semeraro  Towards a patient-centered medicine: the HealthNet Social Network
John Powell, Nikki Newhouse, Angela Martin, Sena Jawad, Ly-Mee Yu, Mina Davoudianfar, Louise Locock and Sue Ziebland  Randomized Feasibility Study of a Novel Experience-based Internet Intervention for Smoking Cessation
Anna Weston, Leanne Morrison, Lucy Yardley, Max Van Kleek and Mark Weal  Measurements of engagement in mobile behavioural interventions?
Amanda Collins Eade, Ed de Quincey, John Foster and Lynn Jump An Investigation into the early detection of psychosis and depression in young people via Social Media (Twitter)
Luisella Cianferotti, Paolo Satta, Paolo De Stefanis, Barbara Pampaloni, Valentina Fratoni, Caterina Fossi, Annalisa Tanini and Maria Luisa Brandi  Credits4Health (C4H): a credit-based, people-centric approach for the adoption of healthy life-styles and balanced Mediterranean diet in the frame of social participation and innovation for health promotion (on behalf of C4H Project)
Shanu Sushmita, Aftab Hasan, Garima Khulbe, Stacey Newman, Martine De Cock, Ankur Teredesai, Viren Prasad, Senjuti Basu Roy and David Hazel  How Expensive Are We? Cloud Based Cost Prediction Service for Medical Claims Data

Panel Debate 1 – Ebola: beyond early-warning

16:00    Day 1 (18th May 2015), Sala Della Scherma
Session Chair: Patty KostkovaOverview: Starting in March 2014, the devastating Ebola outbreak in West Africa killed more than 10, 000 people in a year, left hundreds of children orphaned and affected thousands more. The total number of reported cases is more than 26,720. While in May 2015 it seems the outbreak is being contained mainly thanks to the implementation of basic hygiene and public-health procedures rather than high-tech solutions such as digital detection and vaccination, this panel will discuss the lessons learned from the use of big data early warning systems, disproportional media coverage and the role of training in low resource settings.

Posters and Demos

17:30 Day 1 (18th May 2015), Salla della Volta
Session Chair: Ed de Quincey

Speed Networking

18:30 Day 1 (18th May 2015), panoramic terrace of the Sala della Scherma
Session Chair: Tim Barnes, Director UCL Advances, UCL, UK
Come to the Speed Networking evening event and begin your Digital Health networking in style, specifically aimed at start-ups and industry participates. A core purpose of DH 2015 is to bring together medical practitioners, industry delegates and researchers in a unique forum. This Speed Networking is designed to accelerate that process on day one. With your drink of choice in hand, see what the cards of fate have dealt you – meet colleagues and new collaborators, share ideas and build new relationships for future innovative projects in digital health.

Day 2: 19th May 2015

Keynote 2: Alberto Sanna

9:00                   Day 2 (19/05/2015), Sala Della Scherma
Session Chair: Floriana Grasso
Alberto Sanna (Director, eServices for Life and Health, Scientific Institute San Raffaele, Italy):  Engineering Awareness: Health & Wellbeing services in socio-technological ecosystems

Session 5

Track: Big Data Analytics and Crowdsourcing for Public Health  1

11:00 Day 2 (19th May 2015), Sala Della Scherma
Session Chair: Philip Abdelmalik
Anorexia on Tumblr: A Characterization Study – Munmun De Choudhury
#FoodPorn: Obesity Patterns in Culinary Interactions – Yelena Mejova, Hamed Haddadi, Anastasios Noulas and Ingmar Weber
Can Twitter be a source of information on allergy? Correlation of pollen counts with tweets reporting symptoms of allergic rhinoconjunctivitis and names of antihistamine drugs. – Francesco Gesualdo, Giovanni Stilo, Angelo D’Ambrosio, Alessandro Fiocchi, Paola Velardi and Alberto Tozzi
Monitoring influenza syndrome and influenza-related behaviour in France through a participatory system: 3 years of – Chiara Poletto

Session 6

Track: Digital Prevention and Interventions

11:00 Day 2 (19th May 2015), Sala Della Volta
Session Chair: Alberto Tozzi
Invited speaker: PPSS – Portable Personal Sight Support Device – Elena Maria Guerreschi, Francesco Maria Guerreschi, Fabrizio Prior, Giovanni Menegardo, Enrico Maria Guerreschi
Developing a Bilingual, Computer-Tailored, HPV Vaccination Promotion Intervention Targeting Latino Parents – Angela Chia-Chen Chen and Ashish Amresh
Multi-Modal Biological Driver Monitoring via Ubiquitous Wearable Body Sensor Network – Omid Dehzangi and Cayce Williams
Exploring Digital Image Frames for Lifestyle Intervention to Improve Well-being of Older Adults – Andreas Seiderer, Stephan Hammer, Elisabeth Andre, Thomas Rist and Marcus Mayr
Designing a Tablet-based Intervention to Support Self-checking for Melanoma – Matt Dennis, Judith Masthoff, Kirsten Smith, Peter Murchie and Susan Hall

Session 7

Track: Big Data Analytics and Crowdsourcing for Public Health 2

14:00 Day 2 (19th May 2015), Sala Della Scherma
Session Chair: Carlos Castillo
Population Cost Prediction on Public Healthcare Datasets – Shanu Sushmita, Stacey Newman, James Marquardt, Prabhu Ram, Martine De Cock, Ankur Teredesai and Viren Prasad
Assessing ICD-9-CM and ICPC-2 Use in Primary Care. An Italian Case Study – Elena Cardillo, Maria Teresa Chiaravalloti and Erika Pasceri
Invited speaker: Luca Neri, Milan AREU EMS, Niguarda Ca’ Granda Hospital – Global e-Health Services
Unsupervised Extraction of Latent Epidemic Syndromes from Symptoms Surveys Collected from a web Based Surveillance Platform – Matteo Delfino, Kyriaki Kalimeri, Daniela Paolotti and Ciro Cattuto

Session 8

Track: Smart Health and Intelligent Ubiquitous Technologies

Track: Knowledge Management, Web Science and Health

14:00 Day 2 (19th May 2015), Sala Della Volta
Session Chairs: Carsten Röcker and Claudio Eccher
Cloud-mobile assistive technologies for people with intellectual impairments: a Microsoft Azure-based solution – Rosa Maria Bottino, Laura Freina, Michela Ott and Filippo Costa
Using Tags and Latent Factors in a Food Recommender System – Mouzhi Ge, Mehdi Elahi, Ignacio Fernández-Tobías, Francesco Ricci and David Massimo
Using a mobile app to manage Diabetes Type 1: the case of Trec Diabetes – Francesco Miele, Claudio Eccher and Enrico Piras
Ebola data from the Internet: An opportunity for syndromic surveillance or a news event? – Elad Yom-Tov
GOALS – Modeling Clinical Guidelines Based on TimeML Concepts – Reinhardt Wenzina and Katharina Kaiser

Panel Debate 2 – MedTech devices: care outside of hospital

16:00 Day 2 (19th May 2015), Sala Della Scherma
Session Chair:  Dominik Leisi, UCL Business Plc., UKOverview: We are witnessing an unprecedented shift in provision of healthcare from clinical settings  to the community and home enabled by a widespread  availability of affordable mobile apps, wearable/tracking and monitoring medical devices. Empowered citizens can easier self-manage their conditions, healthy lifestyle and wellbeing. In the absence of clear transparent regulation and data protection across the widening ecosystem of apps, services and devices, this panel will discuss the challenges created by this new market for regulatory authorities, new development and care pathways and the blurred boundaries for use of patients data seamlessly collected by MedTech technologies.

Conference Dinner

Time 20.00 Day 2 (19th May 2015)
Conference dinnerTerrazza Brunelleschi, Grand Hotel Baglioni, Piazza Unità Italiana 6, FirenzeLocation: map

Day 3: 20th May 2015

Keynote 3: Nuria Oliver

9:00 Day 3 (20th May 2015), Teatrino Lorense
Session Chair  Rosie Webster
 Invited speaker: Nuria Oliver, Telefónica – Towards better health with (mobile) computing: opportunities and challenges

Session 9

Track: Tracking/Wearable and Mobile Technology

11:20 Day 3 (20th May 2015), Teatrino Lorense
Session Chair: Nuria Oliver
Can remote STI/HIV testing and eClinical Care be compatible with robust public health surveillance? – Emma Harding-Esch, Anthony Nardone, Catherine Lowndes, Pam Sonnenberg, Claudia Estcourt, Gwenda Hughes, Hamish Mohammed, Jo Gibbs, Lorna Sutcliffe, Noel Gill and Tariq Sadiq
Life-logs Aggregation for Quality of Life Monitoring – Floriano Zini, Martin Reinstadler and Francesco Ricci
Kidnew: The Kidney Transplant Patient Personal Health Buddy – Mary Jane B. Arcilla, Viana Celina Ang, Mikaela Nazarene Ochoa, Christian Paulo Padua and Riezl Payawal (Speaker: Charibeth Cheng)
ACKTUS – A Platform for Developing Personalized Support Systems in the Health Domain – Helena Lindgren and Chunli Yan

Closing Ceremony

13:00 Day 3 (20th May 2015), Teatrino Lorense
Session Chair: Patty Kostkova