17
May
2017

Toward a Global Learning System for Health Improvement

The world now has the opportunity to harness the power of information technology to improve individual and population health through the achievement of systems that can continously study and improve themselves.

Event: Toward a Global Learning System for Health Improvement
03
May
2017

Global health systems at crossroads: opportunities and challenges

This lecture will approach the vision of a learning health system from a global perspective. Health-policy makers throughout the world are concerned with the challenges to their health care systems, and system reforms need to be designed and implemented.

Event: Global health systems at crossroads: opportunities and challenges
20-21
April
2017

Seminar: Ethics, Sustainability and Responsibility in Management

Interdisciplinarity is reflected in the fact that management principles must be adapted to the specific requirements of a company or organization, its stakeholders and its environment. This Intensive Seminar combines management requirements with fundamental values such as responsibility, sustainable action and the use of resources.

Event: Seminar: Ethics, Sustainability and Responsibility in Management
07-08
April
2017

6th Law and Economics Conference: "Energy Law and Economics"

The topic of the 6th Law and Economics Conference is "Energy Law and Economics". The conference is organized in partnership with the University of Notre Dame Law School and takes place at April 7 and 8, 2017 at the University of Lucerne.

Event: 6th Law and Economics Conference: "Energy Law and Economics"
05
April
2017

The Emperor Is Naked: Challenging Assumptions in Health Systems Evidence

There is wide agreement among the international health community that decisions in health care have to be informed by the best available evidence. Approaches for the production, synthesis, dissemination and use of evidence have been largely systematised. But, how do we adapt and apply those approaches when dealing with health system issues?

Event: The Emperor Is Naked: Challenging Assumptions in Health Systems Evidence
31
March
2017

Workshop: How (Should) We Research Policy that Saves Lives? Approaching the War on Smoking

A workshop with Prof. Simone Dennis, Australian National University (please also pay attention to the talk by the same title given on March 30th – see separate announcement)

Event: Workshop: How (Should) We Research Policy that Saves Lives? Approaching the War on Smoking
30
March
2017

Lecture: How (Should) We Research Policy that Saves Lives? Approaching the War on Smoking

A talk by Prof. Simone Dennis, Australian National University (for the accompanying workshop by the same title, please see the separate announcement)

Event: Lecture: How (Should) We Research Policy that Saves Lives? Approaching the War on Smoking
08
March
2017

A Learning Health System for Diagnosis

Diagnosis is one of the primary tasks of the Primary Care Physician or General Practitioner (GP), diagnostic error is also the single greatest reason for litigation against GPs. Decision support is one possible intervention to help with this task, but existing systems lack evidence-based content, integration with the electronic health record (EHR), and have been designed with no regard for either the cognitive tasks of the GP or the human-computer interface needed to support them. Further, conducting large studies to develop diagnostic evidence is notoriously difficult and costly.

Event: A Learning Health System for Diagnosis