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Stereotypical technologies – stereotypical healthcare? Towards diversity-sensitive healthcare in the digital era

Niklas Ellerich-Groppe, University of Oldenburg

   19.06.2024

   4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

   TUM Institute of History and Ethics in Medicine, Ismaninger Straße 22, 81675 Munich and Online (Zoom)

As part of the IHEM Speaker Series at the Institute for the History and Ethics of Medicine, led by our PI Alena Buyx, Niklas Ellerich-Groppe will discuss ethical issues in healthcare that arise from a lack of sensitivity to diversity.

The starting point is the observation that technological advances have improved treatment for many, yet have simultaneously exacerbated inequalities for context-dependent minorities. Following the presentation of the problem, he will outline possible steps towards a more equitable healthcare system.

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