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How Can Different Stakeholders Contribute to Good Choices?

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Erwin-Schrödinger-Saal
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Director, Public Affairs and Communications, Coca-Cola HBC Austria GmbH, Vienna
Journalist; Chief Executive Officer, Foodwatch e.V., Berlin
Head Department, Division of Maternal-, Child- and Genderhealth, and Nutrition, Federal Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs, Health and Consumer Protection, Vienna
Chairman, Methodos S.p.A., Milan; Founder, Orvieto Academy for Communicative Leadership, Munich/Orvieto Chair

Mag. Ursula RIEGLER

Director, Public Affairs and Communications, Coca-Cola HBC Austria GmbH, Vienna

2002-2009 Pressesprecherin Landesrat Sepp Eisl, Salzburg
2008-2009 Büroleiterin/Pressesprecherin Landesrat Sepp Eisl, Salzburg
2009-2017 Unternehmenssprecherin McDonald's Österreich
2012-2017 Gesamtverantwortung Corporate Responsability McDonald's Österreich
seit 2017 Director Public Affairs and Communications, Coca-Cola HBC Austria GmbH

Martin RÜCKER

Journalist; Chief Executive Officer, Foodwatch e.V., Berlin

2001-2004 Presse- und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit, Landesverband der Bürgerinitiativen Umweltschutz (LBU) Niedersachsen e.V.
2003 Recherche-Stipendium, Netzwerks Recherche e.V. , Reportage über die litauische Kleinstadt Elektrenai, die "Zukunftsstadt des Kommunismus"
2003-2005 Freiberuflicher Journalist für Print-, Agentur- und Hörfunkmedien
2005-2007 Zunächst Lokal-, dann Politikredakteur, Neue Presse, Hannover
2007-2008 Bundespolitischer Korrespondent, Pressebüro Slangen + Herholz, Berlin
2009-2017 Leiter, Presse- und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit, foodwatch e.V., Berlin
2013/2014 Projektmanagement, Aufbau von foodwatch Frankreich
seit 2013 Internationaler Medienkoordinator
seit 2017 Geschäftsführer, foodwatch Deutschland

Mag. Dr. Karin SCHINDLER

Head Department, Division of Maternal-, Child- and Genderhealth, and Nutrition, Federal Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs, Health and Consumer Protection, Vienna

1979-1990 Radiographer (Germany and Austria)
1982-1983 Senate for Health, Social Issues and Family, Berlin. Degree: lecturer for radiographers
1986-1989 University Vienna, Prehistoric and Historical Archaeology
1990-1996 University of Vienna, Nutritional Science; Degree: Mag.rer.nat.
1996-1999 Institute for Nutritional Science and Dpt. Immune Dermatology, MUW. Degree: Dr. rer.nat.
1996-1998 Clinic of Internal Medicine III, Div. of Nephrology, Medical University Vienna
2000-2004 Clinic of Dermatology, Div. of Immune Dermatology, Medical University Vienna
 Since 2000 Clinic of Internal Medicine III, Div. of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Medical University Vienna
2004-2011 nutritionDay, free lance
2011 Venia Docendi in Metabolism, Medical University Vienna
 Since 2012 Consultant for "nutritionDay worldwide"
2013 World Health Organisation, Regional Office for Europe, Division of Noncommunicable Diseases and Health Promotion Copenhagen
2014 Trigon, Certificate Coaching Course, Vienna, Austria
 Since 2016 Women’s promotion curriculum "Schrittweise" for young scientists. Terms of reference: Coach
 Since 2016 Austrian Federal Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs, Health And Consumer Protection. Mother, Child, Gender Health and Nutrition. Terms of reference: Head of unit

Emilio GALLI-ZUGARO

Chairman, Methodos S.p.A., Milan; Founder, Orvieto Academy for Communicative Leadership, Munich/Orvieto

 Studied Political Sciences in Würzburg and Rome
1985-1992 Journalist for FORTUNE, Wirtschaftswoche, L'Independente, Italia Oggi, Il Giornale, Finanz und Wirtschaft, The European
since 1996 Author and Scholar, Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich
since 2000 European School of Management and Technology, Berlin
1992-2015 Head of Group Communications, Allianz SE, Munich
since 2015 Chairman of Methodos, S.p.A., Milan
  Executive coach and mentor, Entrepreneurship Center, Munich
since 2017 Founder, Orvieto Academy for Communicative Leadership, Orvieto

Health Symposium

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18.08.2019

18:00 - 19:30OpeningPlenary
20:00 - 22:00Evening ReceptionSocial

19.08.2019

09:00 - 10:15How Can Innovation Remain Affordable?Plenary
10:45 - 12:15AI in Medicine: Who’s Responsible for Its Use and Outcomes?Plenary
12:00 - 13:30Partner Session: Digital Healthcare 4.0Partner
13:30 - 14:05Mental Illnesses: New Ideas to Promote InclusionBreakout
14:15 - 15:55Breakout Session 01: The Village ProjectBreakout
14:15 - 15:55Breakout Session 02: Network Living Well with Dementia in KlosterneuburgBreakout
14:15 - 15:55Breakout Session 03: Oasis Socialis’ TransitionBreakout
14:15 - 15:55Breakout Session 04: Informal CaregiversBreakout
14:15 - 15:55Breakout Session 05: Strengthening Abilities – Coping With TraumaBreakout
14:15 - 15:55Breakout Session 06: Grow Together – For a Good Start in LifeBreakout
14:15 - 15:55Breakout Session 07: amigoBreakout
16:00 - 16:30Breakout Sessions SummaryBreakout
17:00 - 20:00Reception on the HillSocial
20:30 - 21:30Special Lecture: Organs on Demand – Solving Chronic Disease with Stem Cells and Organ EngineeringPartner
21:30 - 23:30Happy Hour and DJSocial

20.08.2019

04:30 - 08:00Sunrise Hike to GratlspitzSocial
08:30 - 09:30DER STANDARD Morning BriefingPartner
09:30 - 10:45Are Europe’s Healthcare Systems Prepared for the Climate Crisis?Plenary
11:15 - 11:30A Healthy Life – How Do We Implement Good Choices?Plenary
11:30 - 12:30How Can Different Stakeholders Contribute to Good Choices?Plenary
14:00 - 15:30Partner Session 01: Adaptive Intelligence: Physicians – Friends or Foes?Partner
14:00 - 15:30Partner Session 02: Pharmacies: Safety as a Business ModelPartner
14:00 - 15:30Partner Session 03: The Liberated Patient: From Digitisation to IndividualisationPartner
14:00 - 15:30Partner Session 04: Our Health Caught Between Climate Crisis and DemographyPartner
16:00 - 17:30Partner Session 05: Liberté, Égalité, Santé: Social Inequality and HealthPartner
16:00 - 17:30Partner Session 06: Liberty and Security Need Knowledge: Health Literacy in AustriaPartner
16:00 - 17:30Partner Session 07: Leeway and Grey Areas: Liberty for People in CarePartner