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Chulabhorn Royal Academy (CRA) is inviting people to attend a seminar “CRA Digital Health” to offer knowledge and views on digital health trends, and launch the CRA Digital Health Programme.

Chulabhorn Royal Academy (CRA) is inviting people to attend a seminar “CRA Digital Health” to offer knowledge and views on digital health trends, and launch the CRA Digital Health Programme.

The event is on March 22, from 10am to 11.30am at Nation Tower in Bangkok's Bang Na district.

Due to the spread of Covid-19, digital technologies are playing an important role and causing changes in people's behaviour in many aspects, the academy said.

In the medical industry, varieties of digital health services have emerged to boost treatment efficiency and enable people to access medical services equally.

Hence, building digital health skills of medical staff will be important for hospitals and public health agencies in Thailand to achieve success in the long term, the academy said.

CRA secretary-general Prof Dr Nithi Mahanonda will open the seminar and speak on digital health transformation in Thailand and the academy's role in promoting digital health initiatives at both organisational and national levels.

Prof Dr Chirayu Auewarakul, dean of CRA's Princess Srisavangavadhana College of Medicine, will talk about the vision of the college's curriculum development to build medical staffs' digital health skills, as well as the opening of the CRA Digital Health Programme.

Experts from CRA's Princess Srisavangavadhana College of Medicine who will join the seminar include:

▪️ Dr Chavin Jongwannasiri, Program Director of the Master of Science Program in Digital Health;

▪️ Dr Wares Chancharoen, Program Instructor in-charge of the Master of Science Program in Digital Health;

▪️ Dr Paniti Achararit, Program Instructor in-charge of the Master of Science Program in Digital Health;

▪️ Asst Professor Teerapat Ungtrakul, Vice Dean of Princess Srisavangavadhana College of Medicine, and medical oncologist, Chulabhorn Hospital;

▪️ Thanapon Chobpenthai, Assistant Dean for Educational Technology and Innovation at Princess Srisavangavadhana College of Medicine, and musculoskeletal oncologist, Chulabhorn Hospital.

Interested people can attend the seminar via four online channels: YouTube Live: Chulabhorn Channel, Facebook Live: Chulabhorn Hospital, Nation Online and Krungthep Turakij.

Published : March 21, 2022