MidAmerica Nazarene University's Personal Healthcare Seminar | October 15 & 29, 2015

Join us as we hear from Doug Hohulin, Nokia’s Strategy and Development Manager. Doug has a passion for leveraging the power of smart phones, the Internet of Things, and wearables to improve the health of society.

Seminar 1: Personal healthcare, actionable information and personal medical devices

Thursday, October 15, 2015
7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
Smith Hall, Room 123

If you are interested in the future of healthcare and wellness or just want to live a healthier life, this talk is for you. This seminar will review the current state of smart phones, wearables, the Internet of Things, and healthcare and will peer into the near-term future. These types of technology drive down the cost of diagnosis to make actionable health information affordable and available for the masses.

Seminar 2: Personal genetics, preventative health, and health decisions

Thursday, October 29
7:00 – 8:30 p.m.

Smith Hall, Room 123

This seminar will illustrate how wellness and healthcare are about to become very personal. In each one of your cells is a story about your past, your parents and your ancestors and how they came to the United States. Building on the first seminar, this discussion will focus on how information from devices and new technology, as well as low cost genetic testing, can help you and your doctor make better healthcare and wellness choices. We’ll also consider some related ethical issues surrounding the future of healthcare.

Doug Hohulin, Strategy and Business Development Manager at Nokia | Personal Healthcare in the Coming Decade, a Mabee Library eventDoug Hohulin

Doug Hohulin is a Strategy and Business Development Manager at Nokia working on the Sprint account team helping to develop next generation 4G and 5G cellular technology planned to become available in the 2020s. He is a graduate of Purdue University with a degree in Electrical Engineering.

Sponsored By:
MidAmerica Nazarene University's Mabee Library
School of Nursing and Health Sciences
Department of Science and Mathematics