The Association of Clinical Research Professionals

Who’s in Charge When AI is Let Loose on Clinical Research?

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been touted as holding the solutions to a variety of vexing challenges in healthcare, but is it possible that there’s a downside to integrating what some might call an ungovernable technology into the clinical research arena?

Date: September 13, 2024
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 PM ET

This live webinar ponders the issue of who’s making sure this power is being used to benefit everyone fairly.

Upon completion of this continuing education program, participants should be able to:

  • Analysis of the potential of AI and big data in clinical research in a balanced way – both benefits and harms.
  • Understanding and comprehension of inclusivity in the AI and big data space, as well as recommendations for practical check points to evaluate whether progress is on track to solve health inequity or add to it.
  • Discussion and areas for additional thought and research as AI is rolled out and used more routinely across our sector.

Speaker:

Heidi Green, PhD
Director of Health Research Equity
COUCH Health

Dr. Heidi Green is Director of Health Research Equity at COUCH Health. She has a PhD in Applied Health Research from the University of Aberdeen (UK), and has dedicated her career to advocating for equitable access to health and health research, focusing on improving the underlying methodology of research to address health disparities. She disseminates her work widely to national and international audiences, and has presented at international conferences and webinars on this topic.


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