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HiGHmeducation

The Podcast "DigitalisierungDerMedizin"

Within the framework of HiGHmeducation, we also work beyond teaching to support and expand the topics we teach. A particular concern of ours is to promote equal opportunities in STEM. To this end, our podcast DigitalisierungDerMedizin.de is aimed at everyone who is interested in the topics of medicine and digitalisation and is looking for new food for thought. Embedded in an authentic and thematically broad listening experience, the podcast offers exciting insights into innovative concepts by interviewing female role models who are experts in their respective research fields.

Podcast Digitalisation Medicine

Episode “Biosignal Processing”

Our body is always sending out signals. Whether healthy or sick, in motion or at rest, old or young. The so-called biosignals, e.g. emanating from the heart, the brain or the muscles, help to better understand processes and relationships in the body.
Episode 18

Episode “The medical informatics initiative – chances for a better health care”

Medical data provide the basis for diagnostic analysis, are necessary for proper therapy decisions and form the heart of medical research. In order to make medical data more useable for all these sectors, medical informatics as a research discipline developed already various methods and shaped the digitalization of medicine decisively.
Episode 17

Episode “Digital data collection in university hospitals – an interlocking of care and research”

Routine data from medical care have gained in importance over the past few years. They help improving prevention, diagnosis and therapy and can also constitute an added value for the entire society many years after the treatment.

Episode 16

Episode “Digital patient records and the exchange of medical data”

Digital patient records, in which examination- and treatment data are stored, are spread across many places in healthcare. In doctor's offices and hospitals digital patient data get created, looked at and edited from employees of the respective institutions. Doctors and therapists outside of the institution, who take part at the treatment process, but also the patients themselves have no direct access to these patient data.

Episode 15
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