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[ATHENA] Invitation to STS Italia conference panel "Engagement or Endorsement? How Roles, Knowledge and Practices of Expert Patients Change in Technology Innovation Processes" - 14-16 June 2018


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  • From: Marina Maestrutti <Marina.Maestrutti AT univ-paris1.fr>
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  • Subject: [ATHENA] Invitation to STS Italia conference panel "Engagement or Endorsement? How Roles, Knowledge and Practices of Expert Patients Change in Technology Innovation Processes" - 14-16 June 2018
  • Date: Sun, 28 Jan 2018 21:01:06 +0100



Dear colleagues,

 

we are pleased to invite paper proposals for our track n. 6 Engagement or Endorsement? How Roles, Knowledge and Practices of Expert Patients Change in Technology Innovation Processes  at the STS Italia conference to be held in Padova, 14-16 June 2018.  

The 7th STS Italia Conference will be hosted at the University of Padova, Italy, by the Italian Society of Science and Technology Studies, in collaboration with the FISPPA Department and the University of Padova. The conference will be an opportunity to present empirical and theoretical work from a variety of disciplines and fields: sociology, anthropology, design, economics, history, law, philosophy, psychology and semiotics. The focal theme of the 7th STS Italia Conference will be Technoscience from Below. By focusing on Technoscience from Below, the 7th STS Italia Conference will offer the opportunity to explore alternative co-productive paths of science, technology, and innovation. For more information: https://www.frombelow-stsitaliaconf.org/

Abstracts (in English or in Italian) should be submitted by February, 10 to the conference email address (7thstsitaliaconf AT gmail.com) and to the emails of convenors’ selected track (marina.maestrutti AT univ-paris1.fr, arianna.radin AT unibg.it).

Submission should include:

1. Author’s name and surname, institution and email address

2. Title

3. Abstract’s text (no more than 300 word all included)

ABSTRACT 

Engagement or Endorsement? How Roles, Knowledge and Practices of Expert Patients Change in Technology Innovation Processes

 

Convenors:

Marina, Maestrutti, Université Panthéon Sorbonne, marina.maestrutti AT univ-paris1.fr

Arianna, Radin, University of Bergamo, arianna.radin AT unibg.it

 

The literature on the doctor-patient relationship has often highlighted how the dynamics between the profane and health professionals have changed over the last decades. Particular attention has been devoted to building a trusted pathway, decision-making processes in the care and care treatment and in virtual socialization networks. Particularly, technological innovations in the medical field have raised new issues, e.g. how healthcare innovation can affect not only decision-making but also problem-solving and how the management of these shifted from healthcare professionals to the patients themselves. Thus, the trust is built not only in the relationship with the doctor but often with a multi-professional team that deals with innovation devices: it's time to rethink of relational dynamics within professionals and between professionals and their clients, no longer identifiable solely with the label of "patients". In fact, the user, because of knowledge and skills gained from own patient condition, is often well-informed, particularly active and therefore increasingly involved as a prosumer in creative, collaborative and / or alternative participation in designing and prototyping phase of technological innovation tools to disseminate. Therefore this session focuses on patient co-producer of innovation and the outcomes of this participation, including bottom-up policies and governance. Case studies, empirical research, comparative research, as well as more theoretical contributions through a variety of disciplines (sociology, anthropology, history, economics, communication studies, engineering, design) and approaches that can develop the theme at the national level, European and international will be appreciated.

In particular, it aims to combine the theme of new knowledge configurations in biomedical innovation processes with the following research axes:

 

Practices of reflection and "native" knowledge in the process of patient empowerment (social, media, communication, etc)

 

Beyond Active Ageing: Boomers, Generation X, Millennials and Z Generation Involvement in the Innovation Technology Path

 

(Re) Building relationships: Involving and getting involved in the co-construction of projects and products of technological innovation

 

Access to Information on Technology Innovation: Lost in Innovation? (role of associations, lobbying, communication and information, institutions ...)

 

Between product and service: innovation technology built out and inside institutions, access, obstacles, contradictions, ambiguity

 

Innovative integration: private-public partnership, bottom-up socio-sanitary path construction, creative response practices to patient needs

 

Taking control on innovation: the patient's initiative in building "profane" technological expertise (fablab, startup, co-innovation in scientific laboratories and industries)

 

Standardization vs. Individualization: The Role of Singular Experience in Innovation Processes

 

High-Tech, Low-Tech, No-Tech ...: Patient Strategies, Logic and Practice in Biomedical

Technology Uses.

 

Looking forward to you submission and to meeting you in Padova,

Best wishes,

Marina Maestrutti

Arianna Radin


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