Information Science Trends: Health Information Behavior

June 8, 2020 3:00 PM - June 10, 2020 6:00 PM (CEST)


The European Chapter (EC) of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) is seeking for your contribution for this FREE event! We invite you to the online research and networking event on Health Information Behavior. The event is part of the series on Information Science Trends. The events focus on a certain research topic introduced by invited speakers from research and industry. Our first event focused on Search Engines and Information Retrieval and took place in Hamburg in April 2019. These events will provide networking space to energetically share ideas and interests from the different fields of information science and related disciplines. During the time of Covid-19, let us hold together and network online. Participants who wish to contribute are asked to submit abstracts and short presentations about their research and projects. Everyone from researchers to students and practitioners can join! Participation is not restricted to those presenting. Registration for the event is now open, please see below. It will take place online from June 08-10 (3pm - 6 pm CEST). Confirmed keynote speakers include: Diane Pennington: Health (mis)information behaviour in the Covid-19 era’ Inez Bailey: Health literacy in practice in Ireland Christiane Grünloh: Title will follow This event focuses on Health Information Behavior. Apart from the invited talks, we invite you to present your current projects, research or practical case studies. This may include, but is not limited to: investigations on health information-seeking and health information use health information literacy health information behavior on social media health information disclosure (privacy concerns, privacy paradox) conducting health information research online (esp. during a pandemic) open health data

United States

Contact Information

Name: Aylin Imeri
Phone: 390516357366
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