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Workshop "Patients' Changing Agency in the Tension of digital and non-digital Health Communication", 4th/5th of February in Hamburg

                Patients Changing Agency in the Tension of digital and non-digital Health
<br>Communication
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<br>Workshop of the collaborative Research Project Automated modelling of
<br>hermeneutic Processes  The use of Annotation in Social Research and the
<br>Humanities for Analyses on Health (hermA)
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<br>4th & 5th February 2020, University of Hamburg, Edmund-Siemers-Allee 1 West,
<br>Room 221
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<br>As the digitalisation of health systems is progressing, digital and
<br>non-digital health communication are increasingly challenged, new
<br>possibilities as well as pitfalls especially for patients arise. Digital
<br>devices and infrastructures are built increasingly for the various processes
<br>within the health system. Communication and the manners in which knowledge
<br>is generated in the field of illness and health in the digital sphere change
<br>as well as concepts of privacy and anonymity. An intensive discussion of the
<br>appertaining norms and values has begun in this context. Therefore,
<br>questions concerning the changing relationship between patients, health care
<br>providers, and the technical infrastructure emerge. Regarding diagnosis and
<br>treatment of illnesses, patients changing agency as their processual
<br>capacity to act and to decide on their health is becoming an important
<br>angle. A special focus lies on mental health care and the area of emotional
<br>and mental support.
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<br>The workshop aims to differentiate the research area of digital and
<br>non-digital health communication with a focus on patients changing agency,
<br>asking after evaluations of the changing field of health. The workshop
<br>therefore examines these perspectives in an interdisciplinary context and
<br>brings them together focussing on the discussion of emerging phenomena and
<br>research questions.
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<br>PROGRAMME:
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<br>Tuesday, 4th of February
<br>
<br>13:00 Welcome and Introduction
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<br>13:30-15:30 Representations of Health Communication
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<br>What kind of new health communication emerge and what existing forms
<br>persist? What role do changing agencies play here? How are they represented
<br>within the tension of digital and non-digital settings?
<br>
<br>Preferences for online E-mental Health interventions in Germany: a Discrete
<br>Choice Experiment
<br>Elena Phillips, Hamburg Centre for Health Economics, University of Hamburg
<br>
<br>Challenges for Internet Users as Health Agents in their own Affairs
<br>Claudia Lampert and Maia Abaiadze, Leibniz Institute for Media Research |
<br>Hans Bredow Institute Hamburg
<br>
<br>Mental-E-Healthy: Digital mental Health Care in India
<br>Claudia Lang, Institute for Anthropology, University of Leipzig
<br>
<br>15:30-16:00 Coffee Break
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<br>16:00-18:00 Expertise, Public and Privacy within Health Communication
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<br>Where is agency for health expertise generated and what publics are emerging
<br>within health communication? What changes of privacy and anonymity have
<br>evolved or are in the making?
<br>
<br>Stigmatized. Intruded. Disempowered? Do-It-Yourself Therapy Groups in
<br>Digital_Cultures
<br>Paula Helm, Goethe University Frankfurt a.M. / Fernuniversitt in Hagen
<br>
<br>Critical digital Research on medicinal Cannabis Discussions: Preliminary
<br>Findings and Considerations
<br>Katrine Meldgaard Kjr and Per Mldrup-Dalum, IT University of Copenhagen /
<br>Royal Danish Library
<br>
<br>Self-Cutting, digital-material Bodies, material-virtual Worlds
<br>Annie Inman, Department of Anthropology, University of Sussex
<br>
<br>18:00 Wrap Up of Day One
<br>
<br>19:00 Dinner and informal Get-Together (at an external restaurant,
<br>self-payment)
<br>
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<br>
<br>Wednesday, 5th of February
<br>
<br>9:00-11:00 Platforms of Health Communication
<br>
<br>Which platforms are of relevance for health communication and what kind of
<br>agencies arise in this context? How are apps developed in this context and
<br>what are they used for? What role do blogs and social media communities
<br>play?
<br>
<br>#WeAreNotWaiting - Hacking Health as a matter of care
<br>Lisa Wiedemann, Sociology with special Focus on Microsociology, Helmut
<br>Schmidt University Hamburg
<br>
<br>Situating Expertise in the Diagnosis of Autism: Parallel Lay and
<br>Professional Expertise in a Time of Diagnostic Splitting
<br>Jamie Steele, Department of Science and Technology Studies, Rensselaer
<br>Polytechnic Institute, Troy/New York
<br>
<br>Mental Health Chatbots for Delivering Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
<br>Kerstin Denecke, Nicole Schmid and Stephan Nssli, Bern University of
<br>Applied Sciences / Suchtfachklinik Zrich
<br>
<br>11:00-11:30 Coffee Break
<br>
<br>11:30-13:30 Knowledge Transfers within Health Communication
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<br>Where and how is knowledge produced and transferred within health
<br>communication? Who are the agents of what kind of knowledge? What are the
<br>differences between digital and non-digital in this regard?
<br>
<br>Talking about lived Experience in bipolar Disorder: a corpus linguistic
<br>Analysis of Social Media Posts
<br>Glorianna Jagfeld, Steven Jones, Fiona Lobban and Paul Rayson, Spectrum
<br>Centre for Mental Health Research / School of Communication and Computing,
<br>Lancaster University
<br>
<br>What we can learn about People struggling with Anxiety from Social Media?
<br>Leyla Dewitz and Judith Ackermann, Digital Media in Social Work, University
<br>of Applied Sciences Potsdam
<br>
<br>How much Information is in clinical Texts? An Annotation Study of German
<br>clinical Text
<br>Christina Lohr, Jena University Language & Information Engineering Lab,
<br>Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena
<br>
<br>13:30 Wrap Up of the Workshop
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<br>14:00 End of the Workshop
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<br>Participation within the workshop is free of charge, but registration is
<br>needed. Please register via contacting Lina Franken
<br>(lina.franken@uni-hamburg.de  ) no later
<br>than January 31st.
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<br>Workshop organisation and planning: Lina Franken, Gertraud Koch, Heike
<br>Zinsmeister
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<br>Dr. Lina Franken
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<br>Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin
<br>
<br>Universitt Hamburg
<br>
<br>Institut fr Volkskunde/Kulturanthropologie
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<br>Forschungsverbund Automatisierte Modellierung hermeneutischer Prozesse
<br>(hermA)
<br>
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<br>
<br>Grindelallee 46
<br>
<br>20146 Hamburg
<br>
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<br>Tel.: +49 40 42838-9943
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<br>E-Mail:   lina.franken@uni-hamburg.de
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<br>  https://www.herma.uni-hamburg.de/
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