Strengthening Youth-Centred Policy and Governance of Digital Transformations in Health
In 2022 , the Journal of Science Policy & Governance (JSPG) and The Lancet and Financial Times Commission on Governing health futures 2030: Growing up in a digital world (GHFutures2030) launched a collective call for papers and a competition on the theme of Strengthening Youth-centered Policy and Governance of Digital Transformations in Health. Explore the call for submissions and associated webinars and workshops below.
JSPG Special Call for Submissions
GHFutures 2030 Blog
Science Policy Writing Workshop
The workshop provided an overview of the topics in the special issue, as well as helpful instructions and tips for writing policy documents.
Webinar: Digital technologies in health
Watch the first webinar of the special issue here, focused on the transformations in digital technologies and the implications of the same on healthcare.
Webinar: Governing health data
The second webinar in the series examined policy developments to promote human rights in the digital environment and involve youth in designing health policies.
JSPG Cover Memo: Digital Health Special Issue
Ilona Kickbusch, Aferdita Bytyqi, and Anurag Agarwal reflect on the role of the youth in digital transformations of health in this memo. Read more about the explorations and reflections below.
JSPG Special Edition Articles
Explore the JSPG Special Edition on Digital Health, published in partnership with The Lancet and Financial Times Commission on Governing Health Futures 2030: Growing up in a digital world. Articles published in this issue cover a wide variety of themes, ranging from trans and non-binary youth healthcare, the regulation of artificial intelligence medical devices, the importance of youth-focused design in mental healthcare facilities and many more.