Schedule

Program

book of abstracts

21.04.2022

SESSION 1: Infodemiology: information, epidemiology, methodology Chaired by Mateusz Lickindorf9.15 – 11.15
Paolo Di Sia, Prof. University of Padova, Italy Current Perception of Epidemic between Traditional and Social Media: an Italian Case Study  9.15   online
Alexander Semenov, PhD University of Florida, USA, Yixin Zhang, PhD University of Gothenborg, Gothenborg, Sweden, Catherine Ridings, PhD Lehigh University, Bethlehem, USA
What to post? Understanding engagement cultivation in microblogging with big data-driven theory building  
9.35   online
Simona Valenti, MA University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy Phenomenological analysis of mass media communication distortions and the effects of „virtual surveillance” in institutional communication  9.55     online
Dominika Kunc, MSc, Joanna Komoszyńska, MSc, Bartosz Perz, MSc, Przemyslaw Kazienko, Prof, Stanislaw Saganowski, PhD Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland
Validation of emotion detection system in everyday life
10.15    
Jakub Majkowski, BA University of Wroclaw, Poland Studying at the Faculty of Social Sciences in the opinions of students and graduates – online interviews during the pandemic  10.35
Andrzej Buda, MA, Katarzyna Kuźmicz MA, Kornelia Cypryjańska-Perucka MA, Interdisciplinary Research Institute, Głogów, Poland  
Taking care about planet earth and customers in the local way  
10.55    
Coffee break and poster session11.15 – 11.35
SESSION 2: AI in Medicine and Healthcare (Section supported by HeartBIT_4.0 – international project Horizon 2020 of the European Commission) Chaired by Katarzyna Kaczmar11.35 – 14.45
Agnieszka Siennicka PhD, Katarzyna Kaczmar, MA Wroclaw Medical University, Poland
Description of the project HeartBIT_4.0 Application of innovative Medical Data Science technologies for heart diseases  
11.35
David Chudán, PhD Prague University of Economics and Business
PUEB´s contribution to the HeartBIT_4.0 project  
11.55   online
Maciej Pondel, PhD Wroclaw University of Economics and Business, Poland
How to discuss AI with medical scientists and physicians?  
12.15
Szymon Urban, MD Wroclaw Medical University, Poland Artificial Intelligence and new possibilities in cardiovascular research  12.35
Mikołaj Błaziak, MD Wroclaw Medical University, Poland Machine learning in guiding management of heart failure patient  12.55
Maksym Jura, MD Wroclaw Medical University, Poland Machine learning techniques in identifying distinct phenotypes of patients with acute heart failure. Preliminary results  13.15
Lunch break and poster session  13.35 – 14.05
Agnieszka Siennicka, PhD Wroclaw Medical University, Poland
AI in medicine and health psychology: Identifying variability of structures of beliefs about health locus of control in cardiac patients  
14.05
Andrzej Jarynowski, C.Sc. AIDMED, Gdańsk, Poland AIDMED: IoT and AI for pulmonological diseases  14.25
Short coffee break14.45
SESSION 3: EDUCATION Chaired by Martyna Madej  15.00 – 18.05
Agnieszka Siennicka, PhD Wroclaw Medical University, Poland
A pilot study on standardised in-hospital education about heart failure
15.00    
Maria Augusta Romão Da Veiga Branco, PhD Polytechnic Institute of Bragança – Agricultural School, Portugal Emotional e-education – presentation of the BIP Blended Intensive Programme at Polytechnic Institute of Bragança (Portugal)  15.20   
Hyrije Mehmeti, MA University of Pristina, Kosovo Challenges and opportunities of learning journalism online during COVID-19  15.40   online  
Viviana De Angelis, PhD University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy
Well-being and global affective education with screen  
16.00   online
Ildikó Szabó, PhD Károli Gáspár University, Hungary Online Hungarian, Slovakian and Slovenian Language
for Specific Purposes teaching resources in QuILL Project
 
16.20   online
Debabrata Baral, PhD Bennett University, India COVID-19, Internet and self diagnosis  16.40  online
Vahid Norouzi Larsari Charles University, Czech Republic
Digital Transformation of Innovation in Assessment during the prevalance of Covid-19 on education and its new paradigm in education
17.00   online
Iwona Mazur, PhD Wroclaw Medical University, Poland The role and importance of the Internet in public health  17.20
Koyal Verma, PhD Bennett University, India
Health and Technology during the COVID 19 pandemic: The role of Internet  
17.40   online
M|ădălina Moraru (Buga-Moraru), PhD University of Bucharest, Romania
The role of social media influencers in raising credibility of healthcare information on the Romanian market
18.00
 
online
Poster session  
Andrzej Jarynowski,C.Sc, Free University of Berlin, Germany  Alexander Semenov, PhD, University of Florida, USA  Mikołaj Kamiński, MD, Individual Medical Practice, Oborniki, Poland Vitaly Belik, Prof, Free University of Berlin, Germany
Analysis of perception of infectious diseases on the internet in Poland  
Ahmad Wesal Zaman, PhD Roskilde University, Denmark
Global attention to Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) and Climate Change (CC) in the era of Social Media  
Mariola Seń, PhD, Agnieszka Lintowska, PhD, Iwona Klisowska, MA Wroclaw Medical University, Poland
Modern technologies and innovation in medicine  
Roksana Papierkowska, BA, Katarzyna Cieciora, BA, Iwona Zborowska, MA Wroclaw Medical University, Poland Is the Internet the right source for conquering knowledge on diseases?
Iwona Klisowska, MA, Anna Dąbek, MA, Mariola Seń, PhD, Iwona Zborowska, MA, Barbara Grabowska, PhD Wroclaw Medical University, Poland
Mobile applications used in the assessment and control of the nutritional status and malnutrition among seniors  
Barbara Grabowska PhD, Iwona Klisowska, MA Anna Dąbek, MA, Iwona Zborowska, MA Wroclaw Medical University, Poland
What is smart watch?  
Agnieszka Lintowska, PhD, Mariola Seń, PhD Iwona Klisowska, MA Wroclaw Medical University, Poland
Psycho-social Peacebuilding Approach – now the first step is ONLINE  
Katarzyna Leszkiewicz, Jolanta Grzebieluch, PhD Wroclaw Medical University, Poland
Doctors and their image in social media  
Olga Zawierucha, Jolanta Grzebieluch, PhD Wroclaw Medical University, Poland
The image of Polish gynecologists  
Monika Wójta-Kempa, PhD, Wroclaw Medical University, Poland Irena Wolska-Zogata, Prof, University of Wroclaw, Poland  Andrzej Jarynowski, C.Sc, Interdisciplinary Research Institute, Głogow, Poland
Memes as culture repositories – social emotions during “Stay at home” phase in Poland  
Dariusz Rutkowski, PhD, University of Lower Silesia, Poland Anna Malska-Śmiałowska, PhD, Wroclaw University of Health and Sport Sciences Magdalena Kazimierska-Zając, PhD, Wroclaw Medical University, Poland
The use of music in Physical Education during a pandemic  
Martyna Mencel, Scientific circle research in medicine, Wroclaw Medical University, Poland Andrzej Jarynowski, C.Sc, Aidmed, Poland Monika Wójta-Kempa, PhD, Wroclaw Medical University, Poland
Telemedicine during pandemic. Experience from remote care of Long-COVID patients  
Magdalena Kazimierska-Zając, PhD Luba Ślósarz, PhD Wroclaw Medical University, Poland
E-therapy during pandemic in Poland and worldwide – a temporary trend or a new reality?  
Dorota Kiedik, MA Wroclaw Medical University,
Online consultation in oncological care durin the Covid-19 pandemic.  

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