The Digital Health Generation


Throughout our project we will be running a number of events and workshops. This will provide a venue for education, policy development and public engagement so as to bring together academics, non-profit groups, industry and designers, health professionals and policy makers.


Digital Health Generation 2019

19 March, 2019, Bath.

In March 2019, we present findings from the DHG project, bringing together new collaborators, project participants, and people with whom we have worked at NHS Digital since the project’s inception.

Health 2.0 & Young People

National Policy Workshop

16 May 2018, 6-830pm London.

In May 2018 we will be hosting a one day workshop focused on policy issues related to digital health and young people. 

To register, please click here

Artificial Intelligence and Healthcare

Salford, 25 April, 2018, 215pm. Webinar and Conference (all day).

As part of a wider conference in this subject, we will be talking about how young people regard the possibility of AI delivered healthcare. Participation is possible in the whole day as part of the conference, or you can tune into our session through our usual webinar.


The World of Mobile Health Apps

20 March, 2018, 11am GMT [Webinar].

This webinar will discuss latest mobile health applications in conversation with Hazel Jones, Programme Director – Apps and Wearables, NHS Digital. The webinar will be hosted by Emma Rich and Andy Miah. Sign up here


Insights into the Digital Health Generation

20 February, 2018 [Webinar].

This webinar covered some of the insights from the project so far. If you were not able to be there, you can watch it on the video to the left of this text.


Health 2.0 & young people,

3 November, Media City, Salford, Manchester

On 3rd November 2017 we will be hosting a one day symposium in Manchester focused on sharing existing knowledge on young people and digital health practices.  Bringing together contemporary research-led insights, we hope to establish future research agendas and identify pressing policy issues and challenges which we will take forward to our National Policy Workshop.