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Juni 2019

Digitalisierung und Datafizierung in der Gesundheitsförderung

In the lecture series "Gesundheit verstehen – Digital Humanities im Dialog [Understanding Health - Digital Humanities in Dialogue]" of Universität Hamburg in summer semester 2019, Dr. Claudia Lampert will talk about digitisation and datafication in health promotion.
 
The lecture will take place every Tuesday from April 2 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Edmund-Siemers-Allee West, Lecture Hall 221. Anyone interested is very welcome.
 
Programme as PDF
 
Health is an essential matter for every human being. What is understood as health, how it can be defined more precisely and which aspects are important in this respect, however, varies enormously. At the same time, the city of Hamburg sees itself as a city of health, has initiated a large number of initiatives here and is thus sending out a signal: Health is also an important social issue. It is dealt with by a large number of institutions in the health sector, but also by politicians, economists and scientists from all disciplines.
 
The joint research project hermA takes up the relevance of the topic of health in cooperation with the disciplines of computational linguistics, nursing science, computer science, cultural anthropology and literary studies. Against the background of constantly increasing amounts of text in health communication in very different genres - from technical texts or doctor's letters to Internet forums or novels - the project begins with the tension between measurable information or information that can be evaluated with a computer and the need to interpret it. At the core of the research project is the question of how automated, computer-aided evaluation procedures and hermeneutic procedures can mutually benefit each other for a better understanding of different dimensions of health.
 
The lecture series follows this topic by bringing together contributions from different areas of Digital Humanities with contributions that look at the topic of health from different perspectives. This will show the spectrum of different approaches for the analysis and evaluation of health-related communication. The common element of the various perspectives is the combination of digital and non-digital approaches in understanding health and the associated concepts for improvements in health care.

02 April 2019
(In room ESAW-220)
Gesundheit verstehen. Einführung in die Ringvorlesung [Understanding Health. Introduction to the Lecture Series]
Prof. Dr. Gertraud Koch, Prof. Dr. Heike Zinsmeister
Forschungsverbund Automatisierte Modellierung Hermeneutischer Prozesse - Der Einsatz von Annotationen für sozial- und Geisteswissenschaftliche Analysen im Gesundheitsbereich (hermA) [Research Network Automated Modelling of Hermeneutic Processes - The Use of Annotations for Social and Human Sciences Analyses in the Health Sector]
Universität Hamburg
 
09 April 2019
Wissen wie zu überleben. Erzählen über Gesundheit und Krankheit [Knowing How to Survive. Talking about Health and Disease]
Prof. Dr. Gerhard Lauer
Chair of Digital Humanities
University of Basel
 
16 April 2019
Serialität der Singularität: Korpusanalyse narrativer Muster in Geburtsberichten [Seriality of Singularity: Corpus Analysis of Narrative Patterns in Birth Reports]
Prof. Dr. Noah Bubenhofer
Head of the research and work focus Digital Linguistics at the Language Competence Center (LCC) of the Department of Applied Linguistics
Zurich University of Applied Sciences
 
23 April 2019
Sentimentanalyse von medizinischen Narrativen [Sentiment Analysis of Medical Narratives]
Prof. Dr. Kerstin Denecke
Professorship for Medical Informatics
Berne University of Applied Sciences
 
30 April 2019
Quantitative Dramenanalyse: Ein explorativer Zugang zu Gesundheit in literarischen Texten [Quantitative Drama Analysis: An Explorative Approach to Health in Literary Texts]
Dr. Nils Reiter
Institute for Machine Language Processing
University of Stuttgart
 
07 May 2019
Big Data and Digital Health
Prof. Dr. Martin Spindler
Institute for Statistics and Hamburg Centre for Health Economics
Universität Hamburg
 
14 May 2019
Digitalisierung und (Re-)Professionalisierung ärztlichen Handelns [Digitisation and (Re-)Professionalisation of Medical Practice]
JProf. Dr. habil. Caroline Ruiner, Ronny Ehlen M.A.
Junior professor of sociology with a focus on work and organizational sociology
University of Trier
 
21 May 2019
Ethische Auseinandersetzung mit technischen Assistenzsystemen in der Pflege [Ethical Discussion of Technical Assistance Systems in Nursing Care]
Prof. Dr. Manfred Hülsken-Giesler
Chair of Community Care
Philosophical-Theological University Vallendar
 
28 May 2019
(In room ESAW-220)
Pflegerische Versorgungskonzepte der Zukunft für ländliche Räume [Nursing Concepts of the Future for Rural Areas]
Dr. Adina Dreier-Wolfgramm
University of Greifswald / Ministry of Economics, Labour and Health Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania
 
04 June 2019
Digitalisierung und Datafizierung in der Gesundheitsförderung [Digitisation and Datafication in Health Promotion]
Dr. Claudia Lampert
Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut
 
18 June 2019
Digitale Therapien. Zu den Implikationen intelligenter Systeme in der Bewegungsrehabilitation [Digital Therapies. On the Implications of Intelligent Systems in Motion Rehabilitation]
Dr. Martina Klausner
Institute for European Ethnology
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
 
25 June 2019
Kurven, Scores, Apps – kulturanthropologische Einblicke in die Datafizierung von Körper und Gesundheit [Curves, Scores, Apps - Cultural Anthropological Insights into the Datafication of Body and Health]
Dr. Katrin Amelang
Institute for Ethnology and Cultural Studies
University of Bremen
 
02 July 2019
Sprachtechnologische Ansätze zur automatischen Erkennung psychologischer Merkmale und psychischer Krankheiten [Language Technology Approaches for Automatic Recognition of Psychological Characteristics and Psychological Diseases]
Prof. Dr. Chris Biemann, Dirk Johannßen M.Sc.
Language Technology Group
Universität Hamburg
 
Coordination:
Dr. Lina Franken, Institute for Ethnology/Cultural Anthropology, Universität Hamburg
Dr. Evelyn Gius, Institute for German Studies, Universität of Hamburg
Prof. Dr. Gertraud Koch, Institute for Folklore and Cultural Anthropology, Universität Hamburg
Prof. Dr. Heike Zinsmeister, Institute for German Studies, Universität Hamburg
Prof. Dr. Uta Gaidys, Department of Nursing and Management, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences

Infos zur Veranstaltung

Adresse

Universität Hamburg
Edmund-Siemers-Allee 1 West, Hörsaal 221
20146 Hamburg

Contact person

Dr. Claudia Lampert
Senior Researcher Media Socialisation & Health Communication

Dr. Claudia Lampert

Leibniz-Institut für Medienforschung | Hans-Bredow-Institut (HBI)
Rothenbaumchaussee 36
20148 Hamburg

Tel. +49 (0)40 45 02 17 - 92
Fax +40 (0)40 45 02 17 - 77

c.lampert@hans-bredow-institut.de

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