Exploring participatory principles in health AI research
27 March 2024

27th March 2024 at 1pm / Online


From data subjects to design partners:
Exploring participatory principles in health AI research.

When: Weds 27th March 2024 at 1pm GMT
Where: Online, via Zoom
Who should attend? Healthcare professionals, AI developers, clinical researchers, or anyone else interested!
Cost: Free to attend, register now!

Participatory research means actively including the people affected by research as partners. In healthcare this may include patients, members of the public, carers, and professionals delivering health and care services.

This interactive online session brings together researchers from the STANDING Together project and a few special guests for a free-flowing discussion delving into the intricacies of participatory practices in healthcare AI research. What works? What doesn’t? And when research budgets are tight and time is limited, why should this be a priority?

During this session our guests will tell you about their experiences of participatory research, including the challenges they’ve faced and how they overcame them.

Get ready to explore:

This event is being hosted as part of the Alan Turing Institute’s AI Fringe (2024). It is as a collaboration between the Incubator for AI and Digital Healthcare, and Data Science for Health Equity (DSxHE).
This Incubator is supported by the National Institute for Health and Care Research. The views expressed are those of the researchers and not necessarily those of the NIHR or the Department of Health and Social Care.

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