Virtual Summer School is set to finish with a bang on day two, Friday 24 July, with two new amazing afternoon keynotes added to the programme.
Dr Ben Goldacre MBE, renowned journalist, author and government advisor on better uses of data and technology is joined by Prof Liam Smeeth, professor of clinical epidemiology, The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine to jointly present on the OpenSafely data initiative now providing key research insights into Covid-19.
And our closing keynote for day two is Dr Nikki Kanani, a GP in south-east London and medical director for Primary Care for NHS England and NHS Improvement, who will look ahead to the digital future of primary care post Covid-19 in her keynote.
Join us for an amazing blend of live keynotes and Q&A and panel sessions, with video case studies and diaries from digital health leaders in the UK and internationally sharing how they have used digital and data to respond to Covid-19.
Register free on the link below for two days of online learning, networking and collaboration with the international digital health community.
P.S. Virtual Summer School is exclusively for Digital Health Networks members.
If you are not already a member, please apply here.