Published book chapter on e-coaching for health

Lily Frank and Philip J. Nickel just published a chapter on the ethics of e-coaching in the book Verleiding tot gezond gedrag, a collection of essays on persuasive technology in the health domain.  Their essay is entitled “E-coaching in de gezondheidszorg: is het zacht paternalisme?” (“E-coaching for health: is it soft paternalism?”) and has also been presented at the annual conference of the Dutch Research School for Philosophy in November 2017.  For more information about the book, see:

https://valkhofpers.nl/verleiding-tot-gezond-gedrag


Poster presentation on Distributed Consent at OZSW conference 2017

On November 10, Dr. Lily Frank, Iris Loosman, Prof. Anthonie Meijers and Dr. Philip J. Nickel presented a poster (below) at the annual conference of the Dutch Research School for Philosophy.

OZSW poster Rethinking Trust and Consent in Mobile Behaviour Change Support Systems