Towards responsible neuroimaging applications in health care: Guiding visions of scientists and technology developers

Marlous E. Arentshorst, Jacqueline E W Broerse, Anneloes Roelofsen, J.T. de Cock Buning

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Abstract

To develop responsible innovations, the potential impacts on society, both positive and negative, should be identified and incorporated into research, development and design of new technologies. In this research, neuroimaging applications in health care are subject to a constructive technology assessment (CTA) process which is combined with vision assessment that acknowledges the mechanisms and dynamics surrounding innovations. The “guiding visions” of scientists and technology developers which are currently shaping the future of neuroimaging are presented. Results show that these experts expect that future advances in neuroimaging technologies will make it possible to obtain more insight into both the healthy brain and brain disorders. They consider that these advances will lead to improved prevention, diagnosis and treatment options. The barriers that need to be overcome to realize these guiding visions are identified. In addition, findings show which aspects need further exploration and follow-up activities in order to ensure that medical neuroimaging develops in a more responsible direction.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationResponsible Innovation 1: Innovative Solutions for Global Issues
PublisherSpringer Netherlands
Pages255-280
Number of pages26
ISBN (Electronic)9789401789561
ISBN (Print)9789401789554
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2014

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Arentshorst, M. E., Broerse, J. E. W., Roelofsen, A., & de Cock Buning, J. T. (2014). Towards responsible neuroimaging applications in health care: Guiding visions of scientists and technology developers. In Responsible Innovation 1: Innovative Solutions for Global Issues (pp. 255-280). Springer Netherlands. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-017-8956-1_14
Arentshorst, Marlous E. ; Broerse, Jacqueline E W ; Roelofsen, Anneloes ; de Cock Buning, J.T. / Towards responsible neuroimaging applications in health care : Guiding visions of scientists and technology developers. Responsible Innovation 1: Innovative Solutions for Global Issues. Springer Netherlands, 2014. pp. 255-280
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Responsible Innovation 1: Innovative Solutions for Global Issues. Springer Netherlands, 2014. p. 255-280.

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