Community projects through Health 2.0 Frankfurt

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Update 11th April 2015!

19.30 to 20.00 pm

Part 1:

A quick overview of the purposes of the Health 2.0 Frankfurt platform.

This is followed by getting an overview of (i) who we are and (ii) why we are here and (iii) how we could support each other to advance the health awareness with and without technology.

(a) How is your current work/hobbies related to promoting your own health or providing health services to support other people's health.

(b) How do you see technology e.g. consumer health devices, mobile Apps, social platforms will make a difference to promoting your health, bringing people/patients together to engage in health awareness.

(c) What do you think we as a group could make a difference to other people's health.

Part 2: some ideas to encourage your engagement

20.00 to 20.20pm

A short talk by Mary Waltie - organizer of the Frankfurt meetup "Science in the city" -tentative title "Exploring interior/exterior space for healthy workplace"

20.20 to 20.30 pm

Short discussion on smart healthy office and city [keywords: IoT, cloud awareness and consciousness]

20.30 to 21.00pm

First proposed community project: Changing health awareness through "MUSE" -The Brain Sensing Headband ( [ keywords: EEG, IoT, Social innovation for health promotion]

Part 3: Small group brainstorming to translate ideas into feasible actions

21.00 to 21.30pm

We hope some of you come with ideas of what you would like to share with others. You will be one of the idea leaders and you will gather others to join you for quick brainstorming on how to turn your ideas into possible actions with health 2.0 technology. You have 2 min to present at the end of the brainstorming period [20 min]

Additional house keeping issues

(i) Health oasis is a center of Asian medicine. We would like to request that you bring thick socks or clean house shoes to enter the meeting room.

(ii) We will provide green tea and we appreciate donation to support our community projects.