10th DIHAC policy review meeting: 19 April 2022
10th Digitally Inclusive, Healthy Ageing Communities (DIHAC) study policy review meeting
Professor Sathirakorn Pongpanich, Ph.D. Dean, The College of Public Health Sciences, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand will chair the meeting. Presenters are professors and researchers from Juntendo University and Kyorin University Japan and the National University, of Malaysia. They will present studies about digital literacy, healthy ageing, digital intervention and health system and we will discuss in the purpose of empowering older persons.
Participants are from Japan, ROK, Singapore, Thailand, Kenya, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Nepal, South Africa and UK
Time: 19th April 2022
19:00 to 20:30 JST (Tokyo time)
in Zoom, by invitation
(Please register by 12th April 2022 if you are interested! limited seats)
Socializing (10 minutes) Introducing new participants: DIHAC study PI Dr. Myo Nyein Aung and team
Chair: Professor Sathirakorn Pongpanich, Ph.D.
Dean, The College of Public Health Sciences, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
Presentation 1: Japan
Professor Malcolm Field, Ph.D, Professor Faculty of Social Sciences, Kyorin University and Faculty of International Liberal Arts, Waseda University.
Title – Anecdotal feedback on Apple Watch for use with the older population
Presentation 2: Japan
Professor Motoyuki Yuasa MD, Ph.D Head of the Department of Global Health Research, Juntendo University, Tokyo Japan
Title: Sun Rising Izu Initiative for Sustainable Healthy Ageing Society: Community based integrated care system and development of AI-based health promotion program to overcome the challenges of population ageing in Japan
Presentation 3: Malaysia
Associate Professor Mohd Rohaizat Hassan, MD, Ph.D, Head of Department, Public Health Medicine Specialist & Epidemiologist, Department of Community Health, Faculty of Medicine, The National University of Malaysia, President, Malaysian Association of Epidemiology
Title: Comprehensive Augmented Reality Simulation and Field Training for COVID-19 Pandemic among Health Care Workers (CARS-FT)
Discussion by participants (15 minutes)
Conclusion and recommendation: Dean Professor Sathirakorn Pongpanich, Ph.D.