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Educate Digital Health in Europe


21. Jänner 2021
14:00 - 15:45

Online Symposium

Educate Digital Health in Europe

More and more medical schools realize that educating medical students and optimally preparing them for a career in healthcare nowadays also entails education in the basics of digital healthcare.

Accordingly, medical curricula are getting enhanced with courses on the fundamentals of digitalization in medicine, ranging from data structures and algorithms to topics such as artificial intelligence or augmented and virtual reality.

This symposium will feature several different perspectives on such an educational endeavor, both from a national and an international perspective.


  • 14:00 | Opening
    Anita Rieder, Vice Rector Medical University of Vienna
  • 14:05 | Digital Health Curricula - Bildung für die Medizin der Zukunft
    Jana Aulenkamp, Hochschule Ravensburg-Weingarten
  • 14:20 | Training European Future-Proof Doctors in the Digital Society
    Andrea Woltman, Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • 14:35 | Revisiting a Medical Curriculum Through the Perspective of Digital Medicine
    Pascal Grosse, Charité Berlin
    Development, Implementation and Evaluation of an Undergraduate Curricular Module on Digital Health
    David A. Back, Charité Berlin
  • 14:50 | Data and Information Literacy for #futureDocs
    Klaus-Martin Simonic, Medical University of Graz
  • 15:05 | Digitalized Solutions for Future Healthcare - The Finnish MEDigi Project
    Jarmo Reponen, Oulu University
  • 15:20 | Digital Skills, Knowledge and Communication for the Viennese Medical Curriculum
    Georg Dorffner, Medical University of Vienna
  • 15:35 | Closing
    Anita Rieder, Vice Rector Medical University of Vienna


All presentations include a 10min presentation followed by a 5min Q&A, presentations are held either in German or English


The symposium is free of charge, please register by email to