Speakers of Air Quality Health Conference

Liam Johnson - Health equilty and social economy

Theme: Health equilty
Profession:
Scientist – social economy 
What is meant by social economy affecting our health equilty?  What are the measures we can take to enable the health equilty affected by the social economy to buy? What are the effects of health capital and social capital on the outside world? Liam Johnson will tell us about it on his lecture. 

Mary Gelbero - Health equilty and economy

Theme: Health equilty
Profession: Scientist – economy
What does it mean that the economy affects our health equilty? What measures can we take to increase the health equilty that is affected by the economy? What are the effects of health equilty and the economy on the outside world? Mary Gelbero will tell us about it on her lecture. 

Charlotte Grove - Health equilty and gender equilty

Theme: health equilty
Profession: Scientist in gender equilty
What is meant by gender equality affecting our health equilty? What measures can we take to increase the health equilty that is affected by gender equality? What are the effects of health equilty and gender equality on the outside world? Charlotte Grove will tell us about it at her lecture. 

Margaret Abbot - including healthcare

Theme: Health equilty
Profession: Scientist healthcare
When specific care is not included in the ordinary healthcare, it affects other healthcare. Why is not all care included in the health insurances? What are the advantages and disadvantages of it and how does it affect our society from a health equilty perspective? Margaret Abbot is a scientist within the subject and will tell us about it at her lecture. 

Charles Fayne - Health equilty and the elderly care

Theme: Health equilty
Profession: Scientist in elderly care
What does elderly care look like today? What is the effect of the decline in the health capital of the elderly? What measures do we need to take to increase the health capital in care for the elderly? Charles Fayne is a scientist within the subject and will tell us about it on his lecture. 

Samantha Burke - health equilty and class societies

Theme: Health equilty
Profession: Scientist – class societies
What are the differences in health equilty in different class societies today? What is it affected by and what is the origin of the class differences? What are the conditions and opportunities for the different class societies and what can we do to improve their health equilty? Samatha Burke is a scientist within the subject and will tell us about it on her lecture. 

Olivia Smith - Health equilty and functional variation

Theme: Health equilty
Profession: Scientist in functional variation
What are the opportunities for people with functional variation? How does society help and how do we ensure that they have a life with the same conditions as people without functional variation? What is it that affects the health equilty of people with functional variation today? What measures do we need to take to increase the health equilty in functional variation? Olivia Smith will explain! 

Joe O'Kelly - Health equilty and mental illness

Theme: health equilty
Profession: Scientist in menatal illness
How does society help people with mental illness? What do the opportunities and conditions look like for them today? How does society deal with a person suffering from mental illness? What is it that affects the health equilty of mental illness? What measures do we need to take to increase the health equilty in mental illness?Joe O’Kelly will tell you all about it. 

Reece Noel - Employer health

Theme: Air quality
Profession:
CEO – HR & occupational safety
Reece Noel is the CEO of Richards, a company in HR and occupational safety. He explains how the air quality of the workplace can affect the health of employees both in the short and long term. And what requirements you as an employee can set as on your employer regarding the subject.

Josephine Olsen - What does the air consist of?

Theme: Air quality 
Profession: Scientist – Air pollution
what does the air we breathe consist of? Is there anything we can do to influence the air we breathe to live a healthier life? How do I avoid inhaling bad air, and how do I know where there is good or less good air? Josephine Olsen tells everything you want to know about the air quality on her lecture.

Daniel Brown - Polluted air

Theme: Air quality
Profession: Environmental activist
Daniel Brown talks about how polluted air affects our climate. Daniel is an expert in- and works with nudging. He talks about how we can make our fellow human beings care about the climate and act accordingly by pushing them in the right direction regarding reducing air pollution. 

Vivian Byrne - Buildings that protect our health

Theme: Air quality
Profession: Arcitect
Indoors, thousands of different particles circulate around us that affect our health in different ways. But how do we ensure that so few harmful particles can follow us in from the outside? How do we build houses in a way that protects us from viruses, gas, smoke and dangerous airborne particles? Vivian Byrne tells us about it on her lecture. 

Mason O'Sullivan - The future of the ventilations

Theme: Air quality
Profession: ventilation developer
How can today’s ventilation systems sort out harmful airborne particles? And what are their shortcomings? How do we build ventilation systems that prevent and absorb harmful particles faster and more efficiently to protect our health? Mason O’Sullivan will inspire us at his lecture. 

Megan Wilson - Air quality in vehicles

Theme: Air quality
Profession: Scientist in air pollution
 It is not only the air quality indoors  that we can influence but also in you vehicles. Did you know that you can affect the air quality in your vehicle and thus determine the intake of harmful particles that you breathe in when you are out driving.  Megan Wilson is a scientist in air pollution and will tell you about it on her lecture. 

James Langdon - Air quality and the environment

Theme: Air quality
Profession: Scientist – nature conservation
James Langdon is a scientist in nature conservation. He will tell you about what the air looks like today in Europe, and what causes bad air quality. What the air in Europe looked like ten years ago. What it might look like in the next ten years and what affects it would have, depending on how we act and react .

Oliver Harmer - Avoiding virus spreading

Theme: Air quality
Profession: Scientist in virus spread
How do viruses and bacteria spread in ventilation systems? How long can you be infected with a virus and how much bacteria actually circulates in a avarage office? How can you as an employer avoid unnecessary virus spread to get better staff health? Oliver Harmer explains on his lecture

Alexander Paine - Harmful air born particles

Theme: Air quality
Profession: Scientist – air quality
What happens in our body when we inhale harmful airborne particles? How can we avoid the spread and inhalation of dangerous particles? Which airborne particles are harmful and less harmful to us and what can we do when we get affected? Alexander Paine knows everything about it and explains on his lecture. 

Rebecka Hyatt - The future of digital healthcare

Theme: Digital transformation of healthcare
Profession: Scientist digital transformation
What would be included in the digital healthcare of the future? How would the system had to be built in order to work for different people with different needs? What in today’s healthcare can be replaced in a digital transformation, and what are the possible risks of a digital healthcare? Scientist Rebecka Hyatt, tells you.

 

Andrea Rickman - The driving forces

Theme: Digital transformation of healthcare
Profession: Chief physician
What driving forces decides the way to digitally transform our healthcare? What does today’s healthcare look like and what is it that makes today’s healthcare face the choice regarding digital transformation or not? Chief physician Andrea Rickman talks about it at her lecture.

Logan Guinn - Succeed with e-health

Theme: Digital transformation of healthcare
Profession: Scientist in e-health
What does a digital transformation look like? What would the society require for a digital transformation, and where could it lead us? What are the pros and cons of the digital transformation that are important to know? Logan Guinn explains on his lecture.

Edana Reynolds - Digital mental-support

Theme: Digital transformation of healthcare
Profession: Chief psychologist
What does the system look like for mental support today? What help can you get if you suffer from mental illness? What would the possibilities have been if psychologists, therapists and counselors were available digitally? What impact would it have had on our society? Edana Reynold tells us on her lecture.

Gloria Lingard - The digital workplace

Theme: Digital transformation of healthcare
Profession: Projekt leader in digital transformation
What does working with a digital business look like? What is important to prepare, think about and work with on an ongoing basis? How would it work in the long run? Gloria Lingard explains it on her lecture.

Gabriel Pinter - Work environment in healthcare

Theme: Digital transformation of healthcare
Profession: Occupational therapist
What does today’s work environment look like in healthcare? What do caregivers really say? What are their requirements for the healthcare of the future and what are the shortcomings and opportunities? What is needed for a long-term sustainable work environment. Gabriel Pinter will explain. 

Scarlett Lion - Benefits from digital transformation

Theme: Digital transformation of healthcare
Profession: Scientist in people’s health 
What would the digital transformation mean for the population? Which people do the scientists think would have benefited most from the digital transformation, and what impact would it have on our lives and society in the long term? Scarlett Lion will tell us at her lecture. 

Zoe Nelson - The process of digital transformation

Theme: Digital transformation of healthcare
Profession:
Developer in digital transformation 
A digital transformation is a long process that requires solid basic work. It is important to ensure that the business is ready and prepared. But how does it work, where do you start, what do you need to know, who do you contact? Zoe Nelson have extensive experience in the subject and talks about it on her lecture.  

Hunter Kean - Improved communication

Theme: Digital transformation of healthcare
Profession:
Scientist in digital health
How could communication between care recipients and healthcare be improved through a digital transformation? What would it mean for care recipients that care providers are available digitally? How would it have to be working in relation to laws and regulations? Hunter Kean explains everything at his lecture.