Rachel Robinson to present at MSU Conference on Public Affairs || The 21st Digital World
“The Public Affairs Conference will be held October 1-3 on the campus of Missouri State University. Join the dialog as we explore our digital world and its impacts and opportunities on our society.”
Attending? Make sure to connect with Rachel!
DotCom Therapy founder and president and MSU alumni, Rachel Robinson M.S. CCC-SLP will be presenting on the future of technology and the following discussions:
October 2, 10:30-11:45 am | PSU 313
As we navigate through our 21st-century digital world, new technologies continue to significantly impact how we initiate interactions and communicate with one another. How we learn, teach, work, travel, and even how we play and entertain are being dynamically reshaped. There are positive, negative and “just don’t know yet” responses to how our digital world influences our social interactions. Consider the future using both imagination and extrapolation to predict the daily details of 2035. How can we become active shapers of our digital futures so that we go beyond surviving to thriving?
October 2, 1:30-2:45 Pm | PSU Ballroom West
Technological advances have influenced all facets of our lives. New technologies in healthcare range from the digitization of health records to the availability of newer treatment technologies and access to remote consultations with specialists. These changes prove that technology has become an integral part in both direct and indirect patient care. What can be done to maximize the use of current technology for better healthcare? How has technology affected patient-centricity? What kinds of opportunities and challenges do new technologies present? What does the future of technology in healthcare look like? Are we going to achieve the goal of precision medicine for all?
October 3, 10:30-11:45 am | PSU Ballroom West
Medical technology is rapidly advancing from telemedicine to genome editing and beyond. Personalized medicine is shaping medical care and increasing the scope of treatable disease. Central to these changes is the use of nanoparticles and advanced pharmaceutical technology. Prosthetic technology has improved with utilization of 3D printing and neural interfacing. Robotic surgery has revolutionized capabilities, patient safety and treatment outcomes. We may soon see real-time diagnostics, holographic medical records and artificial intelligence utilized in routine delivery of healthcare. What are the implications of the latest innovations in medical technology and their use in the diagnosis and treatment of human disease?