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Seminar: Data - the key to longer life in health?

Organised by: Vinnova Tue 3 May 2022 at 08:30-09:30

What will be possible if the data we humans generate are used to meet the health challenges we face? Join us on a journey into the future and back where we explore the opportunities that open up for society and the individual when our data in a new way becomes a resource for innovation.

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Welcome to an interactive seminar on May 3 in the series Open up for innovation where we explore opportunities with data for more people to have a longer life in health. Take the chance to listen to different perspectives and contribute to the overall picture.

We are living longer and longer, but diseases such as cancer and diabetes are common and many are multi-diseased. How can data give us better opportunities to prevent, diagnose, treat and rehabilitate? Data can also give us better opportunities to strengthen our own conditions for a long life in health. But at what price is the development taking place, and will everyone who needs and wants to be able to take part in the new solutions?

During the seminar, we look at possible futures where data is used in new ways to meet the health challenges of our time and the future. What is possible to do with data today, and what is required to take advantage of data in an even better way?


Anna Löfgren Wiltéus, Vinnova


Caroline Graff, Karolinska Institutet

Johan Müllern Aspegren, City of Helsingborg

Niklas Eklöf, National Board of Health and Welfare

Jonna Bornemark, Södertörn university college

Lotta Håkansson, Swedish Rheumatism Association

Andreas Lundqvist, Glesbygdsmedicinskt centrum

Kristofer Ågren, Telia Company

Ann Fernholm, Matchecken

Lars Hammarström, Vinnova

Johan Müllern-Aspegren, City of Helsingborg

Ann Fernholm, Matchecken

Sometimes we photograph or video record our activities. If you don't want to participate in photos or videos, please let us when you arrive.


Johanna Dahlin

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Last updated 29 April 2022

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