Please note that this post is the working notes towards a programme for the upcoming event: Open Source, Geo & Health 9th August, 2011.
Draft Programme (likely to change as speakers are confirmed and scheduled in)
9.30 Arrive / Coffee
Three Speakers from fields of health and geography intending to provoke conversations regarding possible cross overs.
10.10 Speaker 1: “Participatory Health Surveys” – Sergiusz Pawlowicz et al, Centre for Geospatial Science, University of Nottingham
10.35 Speaker 2: “Primary care perspectives on open source GIS in the UK”- Edgar Samarasundera et al, Imperial College, UK
11.00 Coffee / Bio break
11.25 Speaker 3: “Green Space and Mental Well-being: Does Green Space Make a Difference?’ by Jenny Roe, Catharine Ward Thompson et al, OPENspace Research Centre, Edinburgh and Heriot-Watt Universities.
11.50 Workshop A – Discussion based in small groups
2.00 Workshop B – Body storming the subject with GPS by Chris Speed, Edinburgh College of Art – Bring an iPhone!
3.00 Workshop C – Project building
4.00 Reconvene for mapping and close
If you have an idea or would like to present work on health and open geo then please leave a comment below or contact the GECO team.
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