Selected lectures during conference (Wrocław & hybrid)
- Mining Internet in the topic of Antimicrobials
Dr. Andrzej Jarynowski: Monitoring Antimicrobial Use and Perception in the Context of One Health on Polish and German Internet
2. Infodemiology and infoveillence
Mrs. Maia Romanowska: Infodemic menagment by WHO
Dr. Monika Wójta-Kempa: Impact of online information on health decisions (supply and demand analysis for Poland)
A/Prof. Daniel Płatek: Initiators or participants? The position of political parties in protest coalitions in Polish Internet media during the first year of COVID-19 pandemic
Dr. Stanisław Maksymowicz: Biopolitics in the Internet during pandemic and war time
Dr. Andrzej Buda: Collective Behavior Of Crime In Cyberspace – statistical analysis of Polish Police records on Cybercrimes during COVID-19 pandemic
Posters: Evolution of interest in Monkeypox on German Twitter; Covid-19 related conspiracy theories on German Twitter; Driving factors of polarization on Twitter during protests against COVID-19 mitigation measures in Vienna; The disaster on the Oder River (2022) in the media; Perception of refugees and their dieases in the Polish Internet
3. E-health and telemedicine
Dr. Łukasz Czekaj: Enhancing Physical Activity Motivation in Pulmonary Patients with Artificial Intelligence (A Collaborative Approach to Telerehabilitation)
Posters: Telerehabilitation with biobeedback of COPD patients; Seniors physical activity with personalized app; Predicting diease status from animal (laying hens) movement (use of sensors); Predicting diease status from animal movement (use of video records)
4. Education, social (new) and traditional media listening
AI and Interent in Education
Workshop (90min on site in Wrocław)
Short hands-on introduction to infodemiology and infoveillence for One Health Specialists
We will run a hands-on tutorial on infovaillence (mainly) and infodemiology. Social (new) and traditional media listening is known as the OSINT tool and has already been adopted by WHO and CDC in addressing public health issues. However, due to the failure of the “Google Flu ” project and multiple other problems such as geolocalization, social media listening was not integrated into surveillance systems to a high extent. We will try to explain why it happened and what are possible benefits of using this approach. Infovaillence deals with the analysis of web content to predict or understand medical phenomena. Its most important advantage is the possibility of early warning (e.g. participatory reporting), or forecasting or improving estimators of incidence, prevalence or compliance to measures. Moving syndromic surveillance to the internet had great relevance (estimating the scale of health problems, early warning of events).
During my tutorial I will also present how real time listening to social media supported the hypothesis on the biological cause of the Oder river disaster in August 2022.
-Understanding possibilities and weaknesses of infovaillance/infodemiology approaches
-Utilising simple, free and commercial social/new media monitors
-Ability to perform almost real-time listening to support One Health surveillance
-Understanding performance of Internet-based syndromic surveillance
Dr. Andrzej Jarynowski is a specialist in infectious disease modelling (the PhD oath taken in 2023 from Jagiellonian University) and epidemiology (with honours). Half time post-doc at Institute for Veterinary Epidemiology and Biostatistics, FU Berlin. Awarded recently by epidemiological, epizootiological, telemedicine or infectious disease societies for young researchers. Interested in topics of biological negationism, coronasceptic protests, contact networks, e-health, infodemiology and bio/agro-terrorism. During the hottest time of COVID-19 pandemic in Poland served in infectious disease hospitals and sanitary inspection. Volunteer of multiple humanitarian missions linked to infection control and One public health in Eastern Europe (correspondent in epizootiology of Bloomberg and Washington Post among others).