After a packed two days of keynotes and workshops, Digital Health Summer Schools 2019 has come to an end.
It’s been a busy few days and to keep the Digital Health Summer Schools buzz going, we’ve rounded up some of the best reactions and tweets that have been posted over the last few days.
On Thursday attendees heard international keynotes from Nick Adkins, John Halamka and Margunn Aenestad.
Day one also saw the launch of the Shuri Network, which aims to support and encourage women of black and minority ethnic (BME) backgrounds in digital health roles.
The Northern Ireland contingent to #DHSS19 got #pinksocks. Just a slightly amazing start to the day! @Ruth_E_Marks @AlisonFerris3 @shanemuk We SEE you!! @sbreen71 @warner_md @nickisnpdx @DHSummerSchools pic.twitter.com/aif9e6atkW
— Pippa McCabe (@pippa_mccabe) July 18, 2019
A bit of inspiring pinksocks movement to start the day! #DHSS19 @nickisnpdx @DHSummerSchools #pinksocks pic.twitter.com/2nWTzZF5F9
— Deanne Driscoll (@Deanne39) July 18, 2019
Well what an awesome start to #DH2019 @DHSummerSchools @dhccio #pinksocks @nickisnpdx #sayhello pic.twitter.com/9cYFhbQksh
— Fiona McDonald (@F10_McD) July 18, 2019
Started a #SketchNote whilst listening to speakers @digitalhealth2 Summer School #DHSS19 Great to hear stories from across the world in the digital transformation space #HealthTech #FutureNHS shout out to @nickisnpdx @NHS_RobW @JonHoeksema pic.twitter.com/h1SgYUGX3u
— Dean Davidson (@DBDThinks) July 18, 2019
#DHSS19 with @jhalamka one of the real fathers of what digital health means to us today. How to get it right, listen to this man, prepare a response for these challenges. #Brilliant advice, brilliant speaker. pic.twitter.com/tQX4bZCBpM
— Rich Corbridge (@R1chardatron) July 18, 2019
I must have attended dozens, maybe a 100 conferences in my life and this is the first time I have ever seen an all female and women of colour panel at an event
We see manels all the time. They are the default
Bravo #DHSS19 pic.twitter.com/liev7a9bCx
— Mohammed Hussain (@DigitalPhamcist) July 18, 2019
#WakandaForever #DHSS19 @DHSummerSchools #ShuriNetwork
As a geek, this amazing to see #Marvel pic.twitter.com/xpuE9z1NiG
— Daniel Hallen (@DanielJHallen) July 18, 2019
Day two kicked off with CCIO Network chair, Dr Joe McDonald, who looked back at his time as chair of the Network in a talk that included plenty of musical references.
Delegates also heard from NHSX CEO, Matthew Gould, who answered questions ranging from reducing the burdens on clinicians, to the Global Digital Exemplar (GDE) programme.
#DHSS19 The legend, the hero, the inspiration, the man! Opening the Friday of summer school with ‘mood music’. Can you feel it…. #SirProfessorMcDonald pic.twitter.com/Cji1iBMQjN
— Rich Corbridge (@R1chardatron) July 19, 2019
A brilliant start to day 2 #DHSS19 @matthewsgould chatting to us all about @nhsx and his focus for the next few months. He recognises “structural impediments” and has a genuine desire to remove them. Having worked in Trusts and now at @NHSDigital this is music to my ears
— Sam Robinson (@samrobnhs) July 19, 2019
Day 2 of #DHSS19 #SketchNote underway, featuring @NHSX leadership @tara_donnelly1 @matthewsgould & Joe McDonald @CompareSoftware as part of the @digitalhealth2 #CIO #CCIO & #CNIO Summer School #pinksocks #FutureNHS pic.twitter.com/5MEcGm8T7R
— Dean Davidson (@DBDThinks) July 19, 2019
Conversation with @matthewsgould from @NHSX at @DHSummerSchools talking about simplifying #informationgovernance to share records across the NHS much more easily. Bring it on! #dhss19 pic.twitter.com/sbSYnFDUV7
— Ayesha Rahim (@AyeshaRahimCCIO) July 19, 2019
Matt from IT at @DHSummerSchools #dhss19 talking about how we are paralysed by unclear guidance on information governance…and how addressing this is one of the top priorities for @NHSX. Excellent @matthewsgould! pic.twitter.com/sqGUug4kYb
— Doug Stewart (@_DougStewart) July 19, 2019
A different perspective – talking about how hard it is for local government to work with the NHS – jointly we need to help citizens -very inspiring @tomriordan thank you #DHSS19 pic.twitter.com/9r8nWMXU5V
— Josw (@WattsUpJo) July 19, 2019
As we headed towards the afternoon sessions, the CIO track heard from Will Smart, who offered food for thought on his time as CIO of NHS England, ahead of his departure from the organisation later this year.
Great to be heading to Leeds for #DHSS19 – talking about CIO professionalism. Ending my time as national CIO where it started three years ago.
— Will Smart (@nhscio) July 19, 2019
Entertaining talk from @nhscio @DHSummerSchools
All the best Will and thanks! pic.twitter.com/VsPjdFdZDx
— Lisa Emery (@LisaEmNHS) July 19, 2019
Thanks to everyone who attended Digital Health Summer Schools 2019 and we look forward to seeing everyone again next year.
#DHSS19 Really great meeting, my first visit didn't get pink socks but have got some great ideas, inspiration and I'm back to feeling invigorated about being a CCIO!
— Liz Heitz (@DrLizHeitz) July 19, 2019
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