To celebrate the start of Anathema, we are hosting a webinar on April 19, 2pm-5.30pm (CET) with a panel of extraordinary guests.
The webinar is open to all, please follow this link.
2.00 PM — 2.20 PM
Ana Correia de Barros
Anathema — Vision
Ana Correia de Barros is the Head of the Human-Centred Design department at Fraunhofer AICOS, conducting research on assistive products and inclusive design strongly informed by qualitative fieldwork. With a background in industrial design, she holds a PhD in industrial engineering and management from UBI, was a researcher at IADE, led the R&I area at a rehabilitation centre (CRPG) and lectured at different universities.
2.20 PM — 2.40 PM
Gerhard Andersson is Full Professor of Clinical Psychology in the Department of Behavioural Sciences and Learning at Linköping University and Affiliate Researcher in the Department of Clinical Neuroscience at Karolinska Institutet. Professor Andersson was a pioneer in the development of several studies in the field of internet interventions, having published more than 600 scientific articles, 50 chapters and 20 books. Professor Andersson is one of the most influential researchers worldwide in this field. In 2014 he received the Swedish Psychologist Award and was a co-recipient of the Nordic Medical Prize. In 2017 Professor Andersson received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Society for Research on Internet Interventions.
2.40 PM — 3.00 PM
Britta F. Schulte
Britta F. Schulte is a Teaching/Research Assistant at Bauhaus-University Weimar in Germany, after finishing their PhD on design fictions and their use in sensitive settings such as dementia care. In her spare time, they write stories, many of which feature robots. If they are not reading, writing or knitting, they make zines, such as their self-published “Take Care #1: Robots”, “Take Care #2: Technology, Dementia & Care”, and “Still me but enby” on their coming out as non-binary.
3.15 PM — 3.35 PM
Sexuality & Nursing Homes
As a knowledge manager for Dignity and pride in location, Noëlle focus on the themes of personnel, person-oriented care and support, and housing and well-being from the quality framework for nursing home care: intimacy and sexuality, palliative care, loneliness, meaning, food and drink. She is always looking for a connection. She acts as an intermediary between knowledge and the healthcare professional. As a project manager, she also helps translate and provide tools to make the information useful.
3.35 PM — 3.55 PM
Centro Sexológico Borobil
Challenges of Clinical Practice
Behind Borobil Sexology Center are psychologists-sexologists Lola González and Estela Buendía. Located in Bilbao (Basque Country, Spain), it is in this area where we develop a large part of our work with men, women and couples who face sexual difficulties and relationship problems. Our goal is to get people to live their sexuality in a positive way and to establish healthy relationships.