To get the most out of the forthcoming Virtual Summer School , we are asking all attendees to log on to our virtual platform and familiarise themselves with the features at least one week before the event. Log on now to: – Organise your agenda across the two days – Edit or update your profile
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
July 1, 2020
The full programme for Virtual Summer Schools 2020 has been published with the event just over three weeks away on 23-24 July. The Covid-19 crisis meant it was impossible to hold the regular Summer Schools this year, so we’ve used the need to go virtual as an opportunity to build a great programme focused on UK and
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. Australia Keynote New Zealand Keynote
We’ve added three high-profile digital health leaders to the Virtual Summer Schools programme who will share lessons on digital responses to Covid-19, and explore what comes next. New speakers confirmed: Join us on 23-24 July to hear from new NHSX CNIO Natasha Phillips who will share how nursing informatics has coped during the pandemic and
June 10, 2020
The Summer Schools have gone virtual this year, 23-24 July, for two days of online learning, networking and collaboration exploring UK and International experiences and lessons on digital responses to Covid-19, as well as exploring what comes next. Registration is free for Network members and sessions are CPD accredited. First keynotes announced Join us for:
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.
June 17, 2019
The short-lists for the Digital Health Awards 2019 have been published, with online voting now open to the 3,500 NHS CIOs, CCIOs and other digital health leaders who together form the Digital Health Networks community.