Personalised Health: From science to market
Are you interested in developing evidence-based personalised health applications in your business to contribute to a healthier society? Get inspired by the experience of companies that already innovate with us. Watch our interactive webinar for the latest scientific based developments in personalised health.
23 November | Join the Q&A session
Time to catch up on the latest developments! We would like to invite you to our online Teams session on 23 November, with our experts Suzan Wopereis and Pepijn van Empelen.
They will tell you all about the power of social science for consumer adherence. We also provide an update on the recent developments in personalised health applications. And of course there will be opportunity to ask all your questions.
Let's prevent or revert lifestyle-related diseases
Public health is declining due to the increase in chronic lifestyle-related diseases. These diseases can be prevented and even reversed. However, this requires a sustainable behaviour change to be successful.
Within the Personalised Health research programme, TNO has developed new knowledge, innovative methodologies and tools to provide personalised health advice. The measurement of so-called phenotypic flexibility (challenge tests) was pioneered by TNO and still constitutes the starting point for personalised health advice. But it’s not just biology that matters. Psychology, behaviour and social context are also taken into account in order to develop the best tools and interventions for the individual. TNO’s vision on public health improvement is that a systems approach is needed, from measuring health to supporting healthy behaviour.
This webinar answers these questions:
- What are the latest scientific developments for putting personalised health into practice?
- How to come to evidence-based personalised health products and services?
- What are the latest trends and developments in the market of personalised health?
Paper Personalised Health
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Suzan WopereisFunctie:Principal Scientist
My main research focus is studying on the understanding of what biological mechanisms drive health, how you can measure health and deviations from health and importantly on how to intervene on an individual level with lifestyle on health (personalised health).
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