WEBINAR: Will healthcare Artificial Intelligence de-skill human clinicians?

AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY OF MEDICAL IMAGING AND RADIATION THERAPY

WEBINAR: Will healthcare Artificial Intelligence de-skill human clinicians?

23 Sep 2021, 12:00 - 23 Sep 2021, 13:00



WEBINAR: Threat or opportunity: Will healthcare Artificial Intelligence de-skill human clinicians?

When: 12noon-1pm (AEST Sydney time), Thursday, 23 September 2021

Where: Online only ( Registration page: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/will-healthcare-artificial-intelligence-de-skill-clinicians-tickets-168044793501)

Progress in Artificial Intelligence (AI) promises to transform the delivery of healthcare, including in screening and diagnosis. These AI tools promise to improve the accuracy and speed of results for patients, and to make clinical workflows more efficient and productive. However AI implementation also raises risks, including clinician deskilling: deterioration of the practical clinical skills, decision-making capacity, and diagnostic reasoning of human clinicians.

In this webinar, we present preliminary findings from our project The Algorithm Will See You Now (NHMRC Ideas Grant 1181960). The potential impact of healthcare AI on clinical skills was one of many topics covered in extended interviews with a wide range of professional stakeholders, including clinicians, developers, regulators, entrepreneurs, and consumer representatives. These conversations reveal the role stakeholders want AI to have in future healthcare provision, the ways they imagine this will interact with the skills of clinicians, and their judgements about whether this will be a good or a bad thing.

The presentation will be followed by responses from three expert panellists specialising respectively in quality and safety, clinical AI development, and medical education.

To register, please follow this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/will-healthcare-artificial-intelligence-de-skill-clinicians-tickets-168044793501.

For any queries, please email Dr Yves Aquino yaquino@uow.ed.au.

Speaker:

Dr Yves Saint James Aquino, Research Fellow, Australian Centre for Health Engagement, Evidence and Values, School of Health and Society, University of Wollongong.

Panellists:

  • Associate Professor Farah Magrabi, Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Centre for Health Informatics, Macquarie University
  • Professor Ian Scott, Director of Internal Medicine and Clinical Epidemiology, Princess Alexandra Hospital; and the Faculty of Medicine, University of Queensland
  • Associate Professor Chinthaka Balasooriya, School of Population Health, Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of New South Wales

Chair:

Professor Stacy Carter, Director, Australian Centre for Health Engagement, Evidence and Values, University of Wollongong

This webinar is organised by the Australian Centre for Health Engagement, Evidence and Values in collaboration with the Australian Alliance for Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare (AAAiH).

Bios:

Dr Yves Saint James Aquino is a doctor and philosopher of medicine with research interests in bioethics, public health ethics and ethics of AI. He is currently a postdoctoral research fellow at the Australian Centre for Health Engagement, Evidence and Values, University of Wollongong. He completed his PhD in bioethics at the Department of Philosophy, Macquarie University. Twitter: @yvessj_aquino

Associate Professor Farah Magrabi leads Patient Safety Informatics research at the Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Macquarie University, and is Co-chair of the AAAiH Safety, Quality and Ethics Working Group. She is an international leader in the safety of digital health and has made major contributions to documenting the patient safety risks of digital health technologies. The impact of her research includes a new specification by ISO, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO/TS 20405) for the surveillance and analysis of safety events. She is currently investigating the patient safety risks of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare. Twitter: @FarahMagrabi

Professor Ian Scott is consultant general physician and Director of Internal Medicine and Clinical Epidemiology at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane, and Professor of Medicine at the University of Queensland. As well as writing about healthcare AI, he chairs the Metro South Clinical AI Working Group and is working with colleagues in Queensland Health to develop and evaluate AI applications in diagnosis and therapeutics. He has longstanding research interests in clinical informatics, evidence-based medicine, clinical reasoning and quality and safety improvement, and is a member of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians Digital Health Advisory Committee.

Associate Professor Chinthaka Balasooriya MBBS, PhD, FANZAHPE is Associate Professor in Medical Education at UNSW Sydney, with a background in medicine and a PhD in Medical Education. He researches medical education, supervises doctoral projects solving real-world problems in medical education, and has a strong interest in using new technologies including AI and Machine Learning to enhance student learning. Chinthaka’s expertise has been recognised by awards including the Faculty of Medicine Teaching Excellence award, the Vice-Chancellors Award for Teaching Excellence and an Australian Learning & Teaching Council Citation. He was the President of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Health Professional Educators from 2018-2020.

Professor Stacy Carter is the Founding Director of the Australian Centre for Health Engagement, Evidence and Values (ACHEEV) at the University of Wollongong, a centre for deliberative and values-based research in health. She is a chief investigator in Wiser Healthcare (wiserhealthcare.org.au) and lead investigator on The Algorithm Will See You Now, both funded by NHMRC. She works especially on contentious or contested health issues including overdiagnosis and overtreatment, screening, vaccine refusal, and artificial intelligence in healthcare. Twitter: @stacymcarter

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