We invite you to be part of the Collaboration Without Boundaries that shapes the industry. Fueled by the ideas of thousands of attendees, the DIA 2021 Global Annual Meeting will bring together patients, industry, regulators, and academia from all points in the product lifecycle from more than 50 countries. Our meeting is the intersection of science, healthcare, and regulation, with no boundaries—an intersection that provides the catalyst for thoughtful dialogue and debate.
In a world where challenges know no boundaries, DIA 2021 is the connection.
From more than a dozen educational tracks, multiple ways to learn, continuing education opportunities, and a world-class exhibit hall, by joining us you’ll take on a key role in building the framework of the future—making connections, gaining skills and insights, and advancing science to improve global health.
The DIA 2021 Global Annual Meeting pushes beyond walls, beyond borders. It’s Collaboration Without Boundaries and we’re fiercely proud of it.
Health Innovations Driven by the Pandemic
Innovation is being driven by not only the need to address the spread of the virus, but to continue to safely address the variety of other patient needs. Read more about the creative innovations arising in the face of COVID-19 including:
The Use of Drones for Medical Supplies Delivery
Apps the can Detect COVID-19 Virtually
Using Special Stethoscopes to Listen to Patient Hearts and Transmit Lung Images
Hospitals Using VR for Training Purposes
3D Printed Nasal Testing Swabs
Using Robots in the Hospital for Delivery of COVID-19 Supplies and Tests
Leveraging Chatbots to Answer Questions and Check Symptoms
Using Food Prescriptions to Address Access and Chronic Disease
What is food security? The Food and Agriculture Organization's definition of food security is “ when all people, at all times, have physical and economic access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food to meet their dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life.”
How can we ensure food security for people? Perhaps by first engaging local stakeholders to find local solutions including local farmers, local healthcare institutions, and other local community-based agencies.
Chief Nursing Officer Summit
January 21 2021
You shouldn`t pass the opportunity to join Group for their Chief Nursing Officer Summit on January 21, 2021. This event will cover what has happened with the nursing leaders in a challenging reality. To register please visit, http://bit.ly/396VNEc
Creating a Good Life within the Boundaries of our Planet
Thinking about our choices and responsibilities to our planet and others. Assessing the positive impacts from living sustainability to our own lives.
Re-Designing Healthcare through the Len of Empathy and Human Centered Design
Chief Innovation Officer Chris Waugh is using creative innovation approaches to redesign the healthcare system to respond emotionally and holistically to its patients.
Rethinking and Redesigning our Food Systems
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IDEO’s Food team uses design to connect, support, and enable leaders and organizations committed to solving the toughest problems across the food system.
Patients are the Purpose
That was the resounding message of Day 1 of BIO’s Patient and Health Advocacy Digital Summit. Three takeaways that emerged include:
Trust is essential
Lessons from COVID-19 can improve outcomes for all patients.
The industry “should look like our nation
Women and their Heathcare Needs
While progress has been made in improving women’s health in areas such as birth control, osteoporosis, and breast cancer, we still need to address other areas of disease as well as social, economic, and geographic determinants that present barriers to improving women’s health.
Engaging the Whole Patient: Screening Patients for Social Determinants of Health
RWJBarnabas Health's Health Beyond the Hospital initiative aims to be the first universal screening program for social determinants of health, such as healthy eating options, safe living conditions and transportation.“What defines our health is so much greater than genetics or clinical care; 80% of all health outcomes are due to social, behavioral, and environmental factors that are the social determinants of health,” said Barry Ostrowsky, president and CEO of RWJBarnabas Health, in a statement. "The timely interventions made possible by Health Beyond the Hospital will create a spiral that will positively impact the well-being of our patients and all of those caring for patients across our community.” Read More...
Understanding Me as a Whole Patient
I have trained to be a researcher. To methodically seek out the answers to research questions, to be objective, to be analytical, and to base my conclusions on scientific evidence. Unexpectedly, four years ago, I was required to change hats-from scientific researcher to that of patient. The transition was difficult for a number of reasons. I have always been the person in my family to whom others turn to for health advice. Being organized, planning in advance, and enabling others is a critical role for me. Additionally, my sense of control comes from being informed. Having all of the available facts is important to me.
The Patient Engagement Capacity Model
Patient engagement assessments do not always identify why patients do not participate in their own health care. A new model is presented in this paper to help providers determine t the reasons for lack of engagement and address them more effectively.
Leveraging Virtual Patient Care Technology
Virtual technology has increasingly enabled physicians to become more efficient, communicate better internally, and enable patients to receive effective care.
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