Digital health solutions to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion

1 March 2023 WEBINAR

1 March 2023


14:00-15:00 CET


IFPMA and Governing Health Futures 2030: Growing up in a Digital World




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Digital technologies are changing the ways in which health and social care are accessed and provided. Young professionals, as digital natives, have unique perspectives about what digital health brings to health, including greater diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in healthcare.

The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the importance of digital health solutions to help counter this health emergency and improve equitable access to care. However, the pandemic also laid bare the inequities that exist in global health and showed the limitations of current healthcare systems to adopt digital health solutions.

This HYPER and Governing Health Futures 2030: Growing up in a digital world webinar, “Digital health solutions to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion,” invites young leaders to discuss the role of innovative digital solutions to address health inequity. The event will showcase digital innovations that are already embedding DEI principles into their design, as well as best practices to adopt these.

Join this webinar to learn how digital health tools can help move the needle on health equity and improve the lives of people for a more diverse, equitable, inclusive – and healthier – world.




Daniel Corredera Nadal Policy Analyst, Government Affairs & Policy, Johnson & Johnson

Daniel is a Policy Analyst for the Government Affairs & Policy team at Johnson & Johnson based in Brussels. He specializes in European affairs around digital health and is passionate about how data and artificial intelligence can drive innovation and improve patient outcomes.

Prior to J&J, Daniel worked at the European Commission, the United Nations, and a health start-up. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from Imperial College London and a Master’s in International Public Policy from University College London.

Danielle Mullings Regional Youth Champion, Governing Health Futures 2030

Danielle Mullings is a multifaceted individual with a strong passion for technology, leadership, and the arts. As the valedictorian and immediate past guild president for the University of the West Indies, she is dedicated to using her expertise to improve society and aspires to become a world leader in technological representation for the Caribbean and Latin America. Danielle has made significant contributions to the digital health community as a Regional Youth Champion for GHFutures 2030 and as the Impact & Partnerships Officer for Transform Health. She has been recognized for her achievements, including being named a Young Expert in Tech for Health, being selected as a UWI Open Scholar, and serving on the UNICEF Jamaica Youth Council.

In addition to her work in technology, Danielle is deeply invested in media and communications, having hosted the popular TV series “GenZed” and produced documentaries that aim to preserve cultural identity.

As a natural leader, she has taken an active role in advocacy for young people, serving on various councils and committees both locally and internationally to voice the needs and concerns of her peers in the areas of digital transformation, education, and national issues. She was even named a finalist for the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship.

Odhiambo David Board Member, Kenya Association of Pharmaceutical Industry (KAPI)

Odhiambo David is a pharmacist with a passion for and commitment to improving access to quality healthcare services and nurturing socially responsible generations. He has diverse experience ranging from clinical practice, policy advocacy, partnerships management, and program management integrating innovative approaches to deliver novel solutions. He works with Novartis as a Regulatory Affairs Manager and is the co-founder of Ryculture Health and Social Innovation and curator of African Pharmaceutical Network (APN). In his free time, he resorts to reading, blogging, vlogging, and playing with his nieces.

Nuriat Nambogo CEO, MobiCare

Nuriat holds a Masters Degree in Management Sciences and a Bachelors Degree in Development Studies. She also trained in Mastering Design Thinking from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). She currently works as the Research and Grants Manager for the Consortium for Affordable Medical Technologies (CAMTech Uganda) at Mbarara University of Science and Technology. In her position, Nuriat is also the Program coordinator for CAMTech Uganda.

Additionally, Nuriat mentors and teaches innovator teams research and grants aspects with an output of high-quality concepts and proposals. Nuriat also trains innovators in grant writing and funding proposals. She is a passionate innovator and a lead on a number of innovation projects.

Nuriat is the creator of MobiCare: an application that links patients to doctors for appoint scheduling.

Nuriat is a member of the select committee for the National ICT Initiatives Support Programme (NIISP) under the Uganda Ministry of Information Communication Technology and National Guidance. She has served as a mentor and judge at different innovation related competitions both at institutional and national levels.

Einstein Rojas Board Member, Philippine Alliance of Patient Organizations

Einstein Rojas is representing the Philippine Alliance of Patients Organization, an umbrella network of patient groups aiming to empower Filipino patients. Einstein is also part of the global advisory committee at NCD Alliance in Geneva, Switzerland.

He is an Innovation Venture Architect and Foresight consultant at Embiggen Group, and has a masters of science degree in business and innovation from the Asian Institute of Management and Global Innovation Management Institute.