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Category: Human Digitalization

A systemic view on the Corona-crisis revisited by BCSSS Vicepresident Felix Tretter

A SYSTEMIC VIEW ON THE CORONA-CRISIS Felix Tretter, Vicepresident, BCSSS, (April 25th, updated on December 3rd 2020) Revisited Preface Now in fall 2020, I think it is time to review lessons learned from CVOID-19 crisis. Facing the beginning Corona pandemic in spring 2020 I tried to identify topics for analysis…

A systemic view on the Corona-crisis by BCSSS Vicepresident Felix Tretter

A SYSTEMIC VIEW ON THE CORONA-CRISIS Felix Tretter, Vicepresident, BCSSS, (April 25th) Preface The so-called “Corona-crisis” is a shocking reset-push for the global society. Fundamental nature-humans relations that up to now seemed to be controlled by technology and society are currently disrupted by this “communicable disease”. With other words: the…

Ethical and Juridical Aspects on Human Digitalization in Health (HDIHA)

Concluding a very successful year for the BCSSS Research Groups ‘Human Digitalization’ as well as ‘Systems Medicine and Health Care Systems’, BCSSS Vice President Felix Tretter organized the sixth symposium in the series of Big Data and Health events on November 20 to 21. Since fall 2018, the group had…

Issues of Assessment in Human Digitalization in Health Affairs (HDIHA)

From 8 to 9 October 2019, BCSSS Vice President Felix Tretter continued his efforts to bring together scientists, medical professionals and big data experts as part of the BCSSS Research Groups ‘Human Digitalization’ as well as ‘Systems Medicine and Health Care Systems’. Since fall 2018, the group had been examining…