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Prof. Björn Sellemann

Prof. Dr. Björn Sellemann is professor for User-Oriented Healthcare Telematics and Assistive Technologies at Fachhochschule Münster.

Björn Sellemann (born 1974) is a nursing studies specialist and a medical and nursing IT expert. After training in hygiene and nursing he studied nursing at HS Osnabrück. He subsequently spent six years on the scientific team of the research group for information technology in healthcare at HS Osnabrück. In 2010 he obtained his extra-occupational doctorate (Dr. rer. Medic) at the Institute for Medical Information Technology, Biometrics and Epidemiology at the University of Duisburg-Essen on the subject of data mining procedures in the sphere of knowledge of nursing. In 2011 Sellemann transferred to the Institute for Medical Information Technology at the University Hospital Göttingen. In Göttingen he managed practically oriented projects in the field of medical IT, for example for interdisciplinary emergency admissions, and lectured at the University of Göttingen on BSc and MSc courses in applied information technology, focussing on medical information technology, and he also lectured on human medicine. He was also appointed as a lecturer for healthcare-related courses at a number of universities.

Since October 2017 Björn Sellemann has been teaching as a professor for user-oriented healthcare telematics and assistive technologies at the Department of Health at Fachhochschule Münster. He is currently a member of the eHealth Committee for Lower Saxony at the Lower Saxony Ministry for Economics, Labour and Transport, deputy director of the working party MDS-AG “Information Processing in Nursing” and from 2014 to 2018 has been a member of the conhIT Congress Advisory Council.

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Prof. Björn Sellemann
Health Dept., User-oriented Health Telematics and Assistive Technologies
University of Applied Sciences Münster



Tuesday, April 9, 2019, 09.30 - 11.00
_Stage C, Hall 4.2
Wednesday, April 10, 2019, 13.15 - 14.15
_Stage A, Hall 1.2