Webinar: Social and Ethical Implications of AI and Primary Care

June 23, 2021

NEW DATE! June 23, 2021 12-1PM EST

The last session of the AI Webinar Series will feature Dr. Melissa McCradden, bioethicist with the Department of Bioethics at the Hospital for Sick Children with expertise in AI in Healthcare, Dr. Carolyn Steele-Gray, scientist at Bridgepoint Collaboratory Research and Innovation at the Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute and AMS Healthcare Fellow in Compassion and AI and Digital Health, and Dr. Azza Eissa, a family medicine clinician scholar at the University of Toronto Department of Family and Community Medicine focused on equity and improving care for historically disadvantaged populations.

In this final webinar session of our series, we will:

  • Describe the anticipated impact of AI tools on the practice of family medicine, particularly on clinical decision making
  • Discuss how to engage your team, organization, patients and vendors regarding fit, performance, differential impact and bias inherent to AI tools
  • Describe the key concerns for historically disadvantaged populations including data ownership, data governance, and privacy considerations.

Register here.