The Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) in an independent consultancy body, created in 2009, which acts as an advisor to the ICT Health Foundation’s Board of Trustees, in accordance with which govern the collaboration. On 30 May 2014, a new Scientific Advisory Board was formed, consisting of 37 members with a recognized track record in the field of ICT. Changes to the board resulted from the new phase in the ICT Health Foundation’s development, as outlined in the 2013-2017 Strategic Plan.
The Scientific Advisory Council (SAB) is an important open, consultative body comprised of independent experts from different disciplines. They advise the ICT Health Foundation’s Board of Trustees, guiding it in developing strategies to expand and deepen the use of ICT with an open and global vision.
The SAB’s main responsibilities involve the following objectives:
The SAB holds quarterly meetings, though it maintains continuous contact by encouraging shared collaborative environments to generate dialogue and constructive debate.
The first meeting of the relaunched Scientific Advisory Council featured Graphic Recording, a technique which records the participants’ contributions in a real-time graphic format, resulting in an interesting visual summary that was shown at the meeting in a poster format. A company called ConnectingBrains were responsible for recording the meeting using this novel format.
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