BISI Webinar 25 June 2024: Making digital health innovations work

Presented by CEI's partner at National University of Singapore, the Centre for Behavioural and Implementation Science Interventions (BISI), as part of their regular free webinar series.

BISI hosts an international team of researchers, with the goal of improving population health and well-being by accelerating evidence-based practice through the use of behavioural and implementation science.

Webinar topic: "Making digital health innovations work: The key challenges and solutions"

Held Tuesday 25 June, 11.30am.

View the webinar recording HERE

Chair: Dr Robyn Mildon, CEO of CEI, and Co-Director of BISI


  • Associate Professor Yenni Tim, Information Systems and Technology Management, UNSW Business School

    Dr Tim's research addresses practical challenges at the nexus of digital capacity, resilience, and societal progress. Through intervention-based research methodologies, she supports end-users in designing and implementing digital technologies effectively in response to organisational and societal shocks. She serves as an Associate Editor for the Information Systems Journal (since 2020) and the European Journal of Information Systems (since 2023), and as a Managing Editor for the Journal of the Association for Information Systems (since 2019).
  • Professor Ng Chirk Jenn, Clinical Professor, Duke-NUS Medical School, Singapore

    A Senior Consultant at SingHealth Polyclinics and a Clinical Professor at Duke-NUS, Professor Ng's research expertise is in the fields of digital health, shared decision-making and implementation science. He uses qualitative, quantitative and mixed-methods approaches to develop, evaluate and implement healthcare interventions in primary care. He is currently leading the EmPaTHy (Empowering People to Transform Healthcare through technology) programme at the Department of Research at SingHealth Polyclinics. Professor Ng is also very passionate about teaching, and conducts regular research training, workshops, symposia to help build and enhance the research skills of healthcare professionals and medical students.