Novo Nordisk “Intent to Prevent” Speaker Series

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Join us free of charge to hear Dr. Julie Kientz from the University of Washington discuss a side of innovation that is often overlooked: the negative impacts of technology on patients’ lives, during the virtual session, “When technology becomes a burden: considerations for designing solutions that fit into peoples’ lives.”
Dr. Kientz’s lab, Computing for Healthy Living and Learning (CHILL) at the University of Washington, has developed inclusive technological solutions to promote healthy lifestyles and education. Dr. Kientz’s talk will be an eye-opening look into her findings that will present a practical approach to the design of future successful solutions. Don’t miss out! Register here.

Julie Kientz, PhD
Professor and Chair, Human Centered Design & Engineering
Adjunct Appointments in the Information School and Computer Science & Engineering
Director, Computing for Healthy Living and Learning Lab

University of Washington
Seattle, Washington


October 12, 2021
10:00 am - 11:00 am
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Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact
1505 Franklin Boulevard
Eugene, OR 97403 United States
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