Khamsa Habouchi, deputy director of the Centre Virchow-Villermé, contributed to the book “60 idées pour Emmanuel Macron” (“60 Ideas for Emmanuel Macron“). This collective work, initiated by Pierre Gattaz (MEDEF) and Marie Georges (Paris Pionnières), gathers 60 reform ideas drafted by entrepreneurs, association leaders and university actors.
Khamsa Habouchi authored the chapter “Mobilizing digital tools to support health education and research“, in which she supports the creation of a digital hub for health innovation. Thanks to this hub, health professionals could be rapidly trained. This project has a twofold objective: to use digital tools for health education and research and to reflect on them. Combining education and research, this hub would target students, practicing health professionals as well as decision-makers.
The book to be published in October 2017 was unveiled at the MEDEF summer school.