The results of the PPIP workshops were presented at an international conference on health promotion
(PPIP: Patient and Public Involvement Panel)
The researcher Amelia KATIRAI and the principal investigator, Prof. Beverley YAMAMOTO presented at the 24th World Conference on Health Promotion on 19 May.
This hybrid event is the triennial meeting of the International Union for Health Promotion and Education (IUHPE) and took place from May 15 to 19 in Montreal, Canada, and online.
(Please also see https://iuhpe2022.com/)
As we were not able to attend the conference in person, we made a poster presentation with a short recorded Powerpoint oral presentation.
We presented data from two PPIP workshops from AIDE project, focusing particularly on the expectations and concerns of PPIP members regarding AI in healthcare.
AI technology is expected to transform not only clinical treatment, but also health promotion and prevention.
For this reason, we were keen to showcase our work to the health promotion community and stimulate discussions on what these emerging technologies mean in the field.
This presentation demonstrated the importance of insights generated through this kind of stakeholder engagement, which could have implications for AI development in the field of health promotion.