Spotlight on CNIOs and Digital Midwives: how are the roles evolving?
Join us for this lively spotlight session to about how CNIO and Digital Midwife roles are rapidly evolving. Our panel of expert CNIOs and Digital Midwives will share their personal stories and real-life examples like the implementation of Epic across multiple sites; and explore the leadership styles required to inspire transformative change.
Group Chief Nursing Informatics Officer – Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
I am a registered nurse with a clinical background in neonatal nursing. My positions have been staff nurse, ward manager and matron through to the role of Chief Nursing Informatics Officer. I have been a CNIO in 3 organisations over the last 8 years, working with varied providers and supporting 3 go lives. I am involved in regional and national groups supporting the digital nursing profile. I am passionate about ensuring nurses have an equal voice in the digital arena to ensure that information systems support nursing and allow more time for patient care, thereby reducing risk and improving quality and safety.
In currently work at Manchester Foundation Trust as Group Chief Nursing Informatics Officer, leading the digital programme for nurses locally, regionally and at national level. I am responsible for strategic and operational nursing leadership in the development, deployment, re-engineering, optimisation and integration of clinical information systems to support nursing and patient care.
National Digital Midwife Lead for Maternity – Transformation Directorate NHS England
Jules Gudgeon is a midwife with over 30 years’ experience. She is passionate about using digital technology to support maternity care and has been instrumental in developing the Digital Maternity Leaders network with over 300 members. She is now the National Digital Midwife Lead for Maternity Services at NHS England.
CNIO – Barking
Experienced leader and CNIO. Registered general nurse for twenty six years. Women in Tech Excellence Award ‘Digital Leader of the Year 2020’, Florence Nightingale Digital Scholar 2021, and CNIO influencer. Experienced nurse and leader with a demonstrated history of working in the hospital and healthcare industry. Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Professional Practice from the The University of Northampton. Currently studying Healthcare Analytics and Artificial Intelligence MSc at Sheffield Hallan University. Chair of the Midlands CNIO network. Thrilled to have recently received CNO Silver Award for services to digital nursing from Ruth May.
Deputy Chief Nursing Information Officer – Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
Richard was appointed as Deputy Chief Nursing Informatics Officer in 2019 supporting nursing, midwifery and AHP services through the largest implementation of an EPR in the U.K.
His previous work focused on improving care for the acutely unwell patient and the role of technology, which was regionally and nationally recognised.
Richard has recently completed cohort 4 of the NHS Digital Academy Digital Health Leadership course.
Deputy Chief Nurse / Chief Nursing Informatics Officer – Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust
CNIO & Deputy Director of Nursing – Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
Deputy Chief Midwifery Information Officer, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
July 27 @ 16:30
16:30 — 17:30
Dione Rogers, Jacqui Cooper, Jules Gudgeon, Richard Cox