Join Stanford on Wednesday, June 23 from 8:00 to 9:15am PDT for a keynote and panel discussion on how digital technologies have the potential to significantly reduce global health and development inequalities.
As part of the New Frontiers in Precision Population Health and Health Equity Seminar Series, our upcoming panel session will explore:
- how innovative digital technologies (e.g., drones, AI-enabled screening tools) are being used to develop more precise and effective global health and development policies and interventions;
- the potential for digital technologies to help manage the COVID-19 crisis in India and elsewhere;
- opportunities for, and limitations of, digital technologies to facilitate global health and economic equity; and
- future directions in digital health technologies and precision health and development.
How to Attend
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Organized By: Stanford | King Center on Global Development