Open call for presentations
Digital Health Summer Schools is back in-person, at University of York, 14-15 July and we are keen to hear what themes you would like explored and speakers you would like to hear from.
The event will focus on the roles of future leaders, nursing, diversity and equality and emerging leadership in the ICS space, as well as exploring different dimensions of leadership roles across health and care.
We are specifically looking for content from digital health leaders within the NHS, social care, local government, academia or from a charity.
So if you have any suggestion for a certain speaker or a session theme, then please let us know. The deadline for suggestions is 5pm on 29 April 2022.
Exclusively available for members of Digital Health Networks, the event is dedicated to CCIOs, CIOs and CNIOs, together with all current and aspiring digital health leaders.
We can’t wait to see you for the return of in-person Summer Schools.
Submit your video diaries for Virtual Summer School 2020
The Summer Schools have gone virtual this year, 23-24 July, and are free to members of the Networks. The focus is on UK and International digital responses to Covid-19 and exploring whether the crisis will lead to a lasting acceleration of digital transformation.
All members of the CCIO/CIO/CNIO networks are invited to join us for this new style of Summer School, combining video diaries and case studies, with live Q&A and panel sessions, to enable members to share their experiences.
To help make the Virtual Summer School as interactive as possible we’re making two open calls:
Video case studies
We’re inviting proposals for 10-minute max video case studies, sharing the stories of how you and your colleagues have used digital and data through the crisis. You can apply here.
Presentations will be by pre-recorded video with presenters then invited to join live Q&A sessions at the Virtual Summer School.
We’re also inviting as many members of the Networks as possible to record personal 3-minute max video diaries on their experiences of leading through the crisis so far. You can apply here.
We’ll provide full briefing details to all presenters on how to record your presentation and the style and format.
Together, your case studies and video diaries will provide valuable snapshots on how digital leaders from many different parts of the NHS and international health systems have been working for the past two months.
All video diaries and case studies will be published online as part of the Virtual Summer School.