re:health

Health in the Digital Era. Our conference track “re:health” examines new avenues in health and healthcare. The various track sessions all focus on how society deals with the digitisation of everyday life, as well as the potential benefits – and potential risks – for people and their bodies. The track has been a fundamental part of re:publica conferences since 2009. In 2015 sessions included, for example, the use of 3D printers to create prosthetics in disaster areas, depression and the internet and handling sensitive medical data. Previous sessions also looked at digital developments in classic healthcare, therapies for autism and quality assurance for online healthcare information. Check out below for all sessions and news on re:health in the last couple of years.

In 2016 we offered interesting insights and ignited discourses on health in the digital era with topics such as the use and rights of health care data, digital menstrual cycle trackers, online therapy and other. Also we ventured into and experienced more about self-care. At the #rp17 we’ll be discussing data protection in the context of health 2.0, amongst other things. We’ll also be considering the question of what democratic healthcare with DIY technologies could look like, as well as checking out genetic tests on the internet.

Our programme team was joined by the annual World Health Summit for global health matters, our long-serving co-curator Tobisa Neisecke and journalist and re:publica speaker Shari Langemak. This incredible team curated your submissions and put together a diverse and interesting event.

"re:publica has always been about the cutting edge and presenting innovative digital projects of tomorrow. Health and health care, from digital health care services to 3D printing in disaster areas, will be discussed with passion and insight by an international audience of scientists, business people, change makers, NGOs, hackers and journalists."
ANDREAS GEBHARD
, Founder and CEO, re:publica

"The quality of healthcare, its accessibility and delivery depends more than ever on effective medical devices. Technological innovation and especially digitalization will improve the state of health worldwide – from revolutionary discoveries to small but agile implementations. I am looking forward to new ideas and concepts at this year’s re:publica in May and the World Health Summit in October."  
PROFESSOR DR. DETLEV GANTEN
, Founding President of the World Health Summit (WHS)

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re:publica 2017

Sessions #rp17

04/24/2017
re:health
Lightning Talks 1
05/10/2017 -
10:00 to 10:30
German
Lightning Talk
Everyone
04/13/2017
re:health
Lightning Talks 1
05/09/2017 -
17:30 to 18:00
German
Discussion
Everyone
04/12/2017
re:health
Meet Up GREEN
05/10/2017 -
10:00 to 11:00
English
Meetup
Everyone
04/12/2017
re:health
Stage 8
05/09/2017 -
20:30 to 21:00
English
Talk
Everyone
04/11/2017
re:health
Stage 1
05/09/2017 -
11:15 to 11:45
German
Talk
Everyone
04/06/2017
re:health
Stage 8
05/10/2017 -
13:45 to 14:45
German
Discussion
Everyone
03/27/2017
re:health
Stage J
05/08/2017 -
17:15 to 17:45
English
Discussion
Everyone
01/31/2017
re:health
Stage 8
05/09/2017 -
15:00 to 15:30
German
Talk
Everyone
01/31/2017
re:health
Stage J
05/08/2017 -
16:00 to 16:30
English
Talk
Beginner
01/31/2017
re:health
Maker Space
05/10/2017 -
12:30 to 13:30
English
Workshop
Everyone
01/30/2017
Global Innovation Gathering (GIG)
Stage 9
05/09/2017 -
11:15 to 12:15
English
Discussion
Everyone
01/30/2017
re:health
Lightning Talks 1
05/10/2017 -
10:30 to 11:00
English
Lightning Talk
Beginner
01/25/2017
re:health
Stage T
05/09/2017 -
10:00 to 11:00
German
Workshop
Beginner
01/08/2017
re:health
Stage 8
05/09/2017 -
14:15 to 14:45
German
Discussion
Everyone
01/08/2017
re:health
Stage J
05/08/2017 -
16:30 to 17:00
English
Discussion
Beginner

News #rp17

01/13/2017

A new year, a new round! The re:health conference track is back again and ’re looking for your ideas and projects regarding the digitalization of health.

re:publica 2016

News #rpTEN

08/19/2016

Crowdsourcing cost-efficient medicine, or computer games against dementia – the re:health track at re:publica has provided many examples in the past year for how digitization is not only changing, but also improving our health and wellbeing. 

Contributions #rpTEN

05/10/2016

On Day 3, Stage 7 was reserved exclusively for the re:health track: 40 speakers, 24 sessions, 15 hours of content. Never before did the re:publica host so many events on the subject of health as this year! A review of the opening keynote and the period tracker app.

Sessions #rpTEN

04/28/2016
re:health
Lightning Talks 1
05/04/2016 -
17:30 to 18:00
English
Lightning Talk
Beginner
04/22/2016
re:health
Stage 7
05/04/2016 -
10:30 to 11:00
English
Talk
Beginner
04/22/2016
re:health
Meetup Red
05/02/2016 -
16:30 to 17:00
English
Meetup
Beginner
04/19/2016
Science & Technology
Stage 7
05/04/2016 -
11:45 to 12:15
English
Talk
Beginner
04/11/2016
re:health
Stage T
05/03/2016 -
16:15 to 17:15
German
Discussion
Beginner
04/09/2016
re:health
Stage 7
05/04/2016 -
12:30 to 13:00
English
Talk
Beginner
04/08/2016
Global Innovation Gathering (GIG)
Maker Space
05/04/2016 -
16:15 to 17:15
English
Workshop
Beginner
04/06/2016
re:health
Stage 2
05/04/2016 -
11:15 to 12:15
English
Discussion
Beginner
03/29/2016
re:health
Stage 7
05/04/2016 -
13:45 to 14:45
German
Discussion
Intermediate
03/29/2016
re:health
Stage 7
05/04/2016 -
16:15 to 16:45
English
Talk
Beginner
02/08/2016
Global Innovation Gathering (GIG)
Stage 4
05/04/2016 -
15:00 to 16:00
English
Talk
Intermediate
01/31/2016
re:health
Stage 2
05/04/2016 -
13:00 to 13:30
English
Discussion
Beginner
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