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Technology in Pediatric Populations With Disabilities Task Force

 

Technology is developing at an extremely rapid pace. There is an opportunity to leverage this technology to improve patient care as long as we understand the capabilities and limitations of the available technology and identify patient needs. This task force was put in place for a specific purpose: to maximize the therapeutic potential of technology in pediatric populations with disabilities.

The mission of the task force is to facilitate the development and integration of technology in the assessment of functions and symptoms as well as in the delivery of therapeutic interventions in pediatric populations with disability. To that end, the group will first develop a list of priority areas within which technology could have a significant impact. We will then review the currently available scientific evidence and identify knowledge gaps as well as present challenges and opportunities on how to use the technology.

To learn more about the work of this task force and ways to participate, please contact the task force chair.

 

CHAIR

 

Gloria Vergara Diaz, MD

Gloria Vergara Diaz, MD

CHAIR

Research fellow (PhD student)
Harvard University