Get ready to set your alarm clock for an early start on 24 July when the Virtual Summer School starts with two unmissable international tracks.
Professor Keith McNeil and Shayne Hunter will keynote Virtual Summer School tracks on how Australia and New Zealand have used digital and data to respond to Covid-19.
New Zealand Keynote
New Zealand Chair
They’ll be joined by Australian and New Zealand colleagues sharing some great case studies on their experiences, followed by live panel Q&A sessions, hosted by Louise Schaper, CEO of the Australasian Institute for Digital Health and Rebecca McBeth, editor Health Informatics New Zealand News.
Professor Keith McNeil, the CCIO for Queensland Health was the UK’s first national CCIO for health and care, and former Cambridge University Hospitals NHS FT CEO.
Shayne Hunter is the deputy director-general data and digital for New Zealand’s Ministry of Health, and also the former chair of the national CIO forum.
Register here for free for two days of online learning, networking and collaboration with the international digital health community.