WHINN Ambassadors
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WHINN AMBASSADORS

Christina Roosen

European professional with over a decade of Public Affairs & Public Relations experience, working with leading Non-Profit organizations, Governments and Startup's in educating and transforming health & care in Europe via innovative technologies. 

Very strong network of key stakeholders in the digital health & care sector - both industry and non-industry. 

8 years of experience in executive positions with HIMSS Europe, a leading digital health non-profit organization. 

Significant experience in managing multi-cultural teams, organizing large pan-European events with governments, the European Commission and the IT industry plus managing national and regional communities. 

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Claus Nielsen

Claus have always been passionate how current and future technologies can transform the lives for people, especially for people living with chronic conditions, functional disabilities or due to aging. He is currently working on some ground breaking projects with potential to make a change for many people. He proudly serve as the Vice chair for Personal Connected Health Alliance Europe.

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Danielle Siarri

Danielle Siarri has a Master of Science in Nursing Informatics and is a registered nurse with experience ranging from hospital setting of transplants and trauma to case manager in the corporate environment. Danielle is a contributor to the Philips, Microsoft Intel in Health Nurse Blog, Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), the European Union of HIMSS and LinkedIn published author. 

Danielle is very active on social media and is one of the Top Health Information Technology 100 (HIT100). Danielle is a regular contributor on various Tweet chats. Danielle is on the steering committee for HIMSS African-American special interest group. Danielle has been social media ambassador for ehealthtallinn in Estonia, HIMSS Europe eHealthWeek 2017 in Malta. HIMSS 2017, and HIMSS Europe WoHIT 2016 in Barcelona.

Danielle is a co-chair for the social media committee for American Nursing Informatics Association and presented the first American Nurses Credentialing Center accredited Social Media workshop for advanced practice nurses in New Orleans, Louisiana in 2017. She is the owner and publisher of innonurse.info a forward thinking Health IT curation website.

WHY ATTEND WHINN?
I have traveled to Denmark in the past researching health technology. I find Denmark’s health information technology culture to be quite advanced and a must see. I particularly find this event of note because the public is invited to participate and engage with innovators. Many countries will be in attendance so this is a great opportunity to exchange research, thoughts, and ideas.

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Teresa Bau Puig

Independent journalist, writer and social media consultant for companies and organizations in healthcare. External and internal communication, blogging, social media, creative writing, web editing, etc. Currently working on different projects: Patient Power (www.patientpower.info); HIMSS Europe; Among Doctors, ISCORE 17 (iscorespinalcordmeeting.com). 

 

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Theo Fotis

Principal Lecturer at University of Brighton
Nursing Futurist 
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Why attend WHINN?
Highly recommend attending WHINN, to meet with likeminded peers and experts from around the world to network and collaborate on creative solutions to health sector’s biggest challenges

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Dr Theo Fotis has been recently named one of the Top 50 Healthcare IT leaders in Europe by the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS Europe), the largest health IT membership organisation in the world.

He is Principal Lecturer at the School of Health Sciences, University of Brighton/ UK. As a nursing futurist is an active researcher in the area of Digital Health.

He is a frequent visitor to Hong Kong and Saudi Arabia as a visiting lecturer and consultant respectively and he has a strong network of collaborators nationally and internationally both within his research field and in the disciplines of computing and engineering.

In 2015 he used the term ‘Digital Nursing’, to define a future workforce of health care innovators with the special knowledge and skills to utilise digital technologies for patient benefit.

He is currently leading a Digital Health Living Lab, where citizens, health professionals and industry are working side by side on health innovation through co-creation.