Join the The Digital Wellness Institute on 7 May 2021 for Digital Wellness Day, an initiative that includes a day of free virtual events to help us rethink our relationship with technology. Visit the Digital Wellness Day website to register for an all access pass to live broadcasts and replays. You will also find resources including a digital wellness toolkit and a playbook for thriving in the remote work era.
CITI Program’s Digital Technology Content
Technology, Ethics, and Regulations
Through this dynamic course, learners will explore a range of technologies that have received significant global attention, with a focus on the ethical issues and governance approaches affecting those technologies. Each module will succinctly help learners understand the basics of various technologies, including their benefits and uses, as well as current ethical issues and global governance responses.
This course provides a comprehensive overview of university technology transfer and commercialization processes, including partnering with a technology transfer office (TTO), protecting intellectual property (IP), establishing appropriate agreements, and licensing to or starting a new company.
Informed Consent and Research with Wearable Tech
This webinar examines the intersection of informed consent and research with wearable technology. It also explores how we can conceptualize and describe risk in this new era. The presenter discusses considerations for different types of risk in wearable research, and how we may disclose the risks associated with the use of these technologies to participants. Finally, she identifies strategies to support informed consent in research with tech.
The Playbook: Successfully Developing and Deploying Digital Clinical Measures
This webinar provides an overview of successful remote monitoring across clinical research, clinical care, and public health. The content in this webinar is based on The Playbook: Digital Clinical Measures, which is the essential, open-access industry guide for successfully developing and deploying digital clinical measures across clinical research, clinical care, and public health.