Professor Timothy Hoff recently gave an invited talk at the 5th Annual Scientific Conference of the European Association of Psychosomatic Medicine in Barcelona, Spain. Entitled “The Machine Will See You Now: How Artificial Intelligence Could Cull the Clinician Herd,” his talk focused on the emerging role of machine learning in psychiatric work, and how mental health providers and their relationships with patients may be affected by it in the near future.
Furthermore, Hoff addressed the role of artificial intelligence in potentially transforming what physicians do and their relationships with patients at a lecture at Oxford University’s Green-Templeton College to an audience of Oxford physicians and faculty as well as National Health Service executives.
While at Oxford, Hoff also conducted a methods workshop on qualitative research for Doctor of Philosophy students.
Hoff is professor of management, healthcare systems, and health policy, and a member of the Management and Organizational Development Group within the D’Amore-McKim School of Business.