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Tuesday, April 17 • 12:00pm - 4:30pm
Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Digital Inclusion and Health LIMITED

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Note: This pre-conference program takes place in the afternoon. Attendees are invited to join us for lunch beginning at 12pm, but the workshop itself will not begin until 1:30pm.
This face-to-face and virtual workshop will provide researchers and practitioners with an opportunity to learn about the work being done in the field of digital health literacy with the goal of extending the impact of everyone’s efforts.  
The workshop will include:
  • a participant education piece, in which each panelist shares what they’d like the group to know about their field’s perspective on digital health literacy
  • a discussion of measures, strategic planning and common measures across research in various fields
  • descriptions of successful models for community partnerships
Participants will learn about work going on in digital inclusion and health across multiple disciplines and share their own work in an ongoing effort to expand impact in the field of digital health literacy.

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Kathy Harris

Director, Literacy, Language, and Technology Research group at Portland State University
I hold a PhD in Linguistics with a specialization in adult English language learning and teaching. I am the director of the Literacy, Language and Technology Research (LLTR) group at Portland State University in the Department of Applied Linguistics, where my current work focuses... Read More →

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Jill Castek

Associate Professor, University of Arizona
Jill Castek's research examines acquisition of digital literacies and digital problem solving. Jill's sessions at Net Inclusion 2019 will review current literature on digital inclusion and will examine partnerships between community based organizations, libraries, and adult education... Read More →
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Adam Perzynski

Assistant Professor of Medicine and Sociology, MetroHealth and CWRU
Dr. Perzynski is Assistant Professor of Medicine and Sociology in the Center for Health Care Research and Policy at MetroHealth and Case Western Reserve University. His research methods expertise ranges from focus groups and ethnography to psychometrics and structural equation modelling... Read More →
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Julie Reeder

Research Analyst, Oregon WIC program
Julie Reeder, Ph.D., MPH, CHES is the Senior Research Analyst with the State of Oregon WIC Program. In her 15 years in the position she has conducted multiple mixed methods studies that have explored the influence of peer counselors and changes to the WIC food packages on long term... Read More →
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Amy Sheon

Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland & Cuyahoga Health Data Matters (hdm.livestories.com and healthdatamatters.org); public health innovation; Cleveland Medical Hackathon
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Cynthia Sieck

Assistant Professor, The Ohio State University
Dr. Sieck has 20+ years conducting health services research. Her current work focuses on the interaction of health information technology and patient engagement. She will speak about the use o f HIT to engage patients in health care and the need for training to address diverse patient... Read More →

Tuesday April 17, 2018 12:00pm - 4:30pm CDT
HIMSS A, 4th Floor 1 St Clair Ave NE, Cleveland, OH 44114, USA