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How to Conduct Health and Risk Communication in New Media Society The 2nd Chinese Academic Annual Conference of Health Communication (2015) in Shanghai
2015-06-28      View:      Source:

The Health Communication Institute of Fudan University, Project HOPE and Health Times hosted the 2nd Chinese Academic Annual Conference of Health Communication with the Theme of “Health and Risk Communication in New Media Society” in Fudan University-Fenglin Campus on June 27th, 2015. More than two hundred people, including researchers in the field of health communication, health education, and health promotion across China; journalists covering health topics; and professionals from health services, participated in heated discussion and communication.

 
Director of Fudan HCI Academic Committee, Prof. Jian Meng moderated the conference. 
Wu Jinglei, Deputy Secretary of Shanghai Municipal Commission of Health and Family Planning, Wang Jianping, Secretary-general of The Health Promotion and Education Branch of China Preventive Medicine Association gave speeches at the beginning of the conference. Qian Geng, China Director of Project HOPE, attended the opening ceremony with other special guests. 
 
Prof. Hye-Jin Paek from Hanyang University, Dr. Meng Xianli, The chief editor of "Health Times" of Renming Daily Press Group, Prof. Hua Dong, the dean of art and communication school of Tongji University, Jianrong Xu, senior project manager of Project Hope, Prof. Hua FU, the director of Fudan Health Communication Institute, gave the keynote speeches in the morning followed by two sub-forums -“Risk Communication and Multilateral Dialogues in New Media Society” and“Medical System Media Communication and Public Involvement in New Media Society”.
 
Jianrong Xu, senior project manager of Project Hope introduced the application of new media in health management projects and their inspirations to us according to practice experiment. She thought that though mobile health was a significant technical advance in this era, we still expected that the effectiveness of APP should be strictly tested from the perspectives of evidence-based medicine and patients’ privacy according to clinical test standards, which should also be considered in their designing process so that the prospective of chronic diseases APP management can be promising. Now days the resources of health information in health management projects seemed numerous and complicated, she hoped mobile health could stand from the patients’ view and provide them neutral information.
 

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