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Tuesday, July 14 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Games to Address National Health Crises

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This roundtable explores the impact of games in the context of a national healthcare crisis. Whether existing as a standalone product, offered in combination with additional treatments, or experienced purely as entertainment -- games teach and engage, captivating millions. What have we learned about games and gamers in the time of COVID-19? What role do games play during a health crisis?  What data and trends stand out in terms of responding and adapting to current realities?

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Margaret Wallace

Co-Founder & CEO, Playmatics

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Drew Crecente

Executive Director, Jennifer Ann's Group
Drew Crecente is executive director of Jennifer Ann's Group, an Atlanta-based nonprofit preventing teen dating violence. Its program, Gaming Against Violence, is an evidence-based award-winning program that produces, publishes, and researches prosocial video games addressing serious... Read More →
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Claudia-Santi Fernandes

Associate Director, play2PREVENT Lab at Yale Center for Health & Learning Games
Dr. Fernandes is an educator, counselor, and scientist. Currently, she is an associate director at the play2PREVENT Lab of the Yale Center for Health & Learning Games. The Lab focuses on designing, developing, and evaluating novel videogame interventions that promote healthy behaviors... Read More →
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Manjul Rathee

Manjul Rathee is an award-winning social entrepreneur and service designer, currently the CEO at BFB Labs (London). She has been at the helm of some ground-breaking work innovating digital interventions to help build resilience for better mental health and enabling young people with... Read More →

Tuesday July 14, 2020 11:00am - 12:00pm EDT