Sara Riggare and Niccolò Tempini: "Evidence in the digital age of active patients"

  • Date: –15:00
  • Location: Zoom (contact Erika Sigvardsdotter for link and registration)
  • Organiser: Centre for Medical Humanities
  • Contact person: Erika Sigvardsdotter
  • Seminarium

The MHS Seminar

The Centre for Medical Humanities organizes a digital MHS-seminar with the title: ”Evidence in the digital age of active patients – challenges and opportunities” The seminar will be held in English. The presenters are:

Sara Riggare, lead-patient and researcher at the Department of women’s and children’s health, Uppsala university with the presentation “Personal science – a complementary approach to evidence based medicine” and Niccolò Tempini, senior lecturer in Data studies at the Department of Sociology, Philosophy and Anthropology, University of Exeter/Turing Institute with the presentation “Evidence and conversation: Some thoughts on pluralism, epistemic conflict and web platforms”.

Read more about Sara Riggare at and Read more about Niccolò Tempini at