Artificial intelligence and therapeutic relationships in healthcare

Artificial intelligence and therapeutic relationships in healthcare
Artificial intelligence and therapeutic relationships in healthcare: challenges and opportunities. An interdisciplinary enquiry
January 24, 2024
St Catharine’s College, Manor Rd, Oxford OX1 3UJ

About the Event

Can artificial intelligence enhance compassionate, person-centred, values-based care? Or will it damage autonomy, trust and therapeutic alliances?

Can ‘carebots’ actually care? Are chatbots ‘better’ at empathic communication?

Can AI in healthcare be aligned with human values such as compassion, justice and wisdom?

What are the views of healthcare professionals and patients?

 

The broad aim of this symposium is to bring together academics and clinicians from a variety of disciplines to explore these and other questions and arrive at an enriched perspective with potential pathways for sustaining relational, compassionate care in the context of this rapidly evolving ‘disruptive’ technology.

Artificial intelligence and therapeutic relationships in healthcare Programme and Speaker Bios

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1/8 videos
1
Dr Paquita de Zulueta - Introduction to symposium and Human Values in Healthcare Forum
Dr Paquita de Zulueta - Introduction to symposium and Human Values in Healthcare Forum
05:07
2
Prof Ann Gallagher  - Can carebots care
Prof Ann Gallagher - Can carebots care
22:11
3
Jeremy Howick - Can chatbots be as good at empathy as human practitioners?
Jeremy Howick - Can chatbots be as good at empathy as human practitioners?
17:42
4
Dr Gabriela Pavarini - Think outside the bot: Co-designing responsible AI mental health innovations
Dr Gabriela Pavarini - Think outside the bot: Co-designing responsible AI mental health innovations
18:50
5
Dr. Jessica Morley  - Designing an algorithmically enhanced NHS
Dr. Jessica Morley - Designing an algorithmically enhanced NHS
33:33
6
Prof Angeliki Kerasidou - Who is the expert in the room?
Prof Angeliki Kerasidou - Who is the expert in the room?
15:23
7
Prof Ed Peile  - The Patient&#039s voice in AI enhanced healthcare
Prof Ed Peile - The Patient's voice in AI enhanced healthcare
18:08
8
Dr Rupal Shah - Fighting for the Soul of General Practice - the algorithm will see you now
Dr Rupal Shah - Fighting for the Soul of General Practice - the algorithm will see you now
20:57

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