2022 Programme

Thursday 14th July
Friday 15th July

Summer Schools will provide you with two-days of CPD-accredited content, rewarding education, networking, and best practice exchange, learning from the very best digital health leaders from across the UK.

Thursday 14th July
Session 1: Keynote
09:15 - 09:50
Simon Bolton, interim CEO of NHS Digital and interim CIO of NHS E&I will deliver the opening keynote speech on the role of digital and data in supporting the NHS to deliver the aims of the Long-Term Plan and new Health and Social Care Act. Followed by an extended Q&A session.

09:15-09:20
Welcome from the Chair

Jon Hoeksma - CEO, Digital Health
Speaker biography


09:20-09:50
In discussion with...

Simon Bolton - Interim CEO, NHS Digital
Speaker biography


Session 2: How will Integrated Care Systems reduce health inequalities through digital transformation?
09:55 - 10:45
Leadership Panel Discussion
An inspiring leadership panel including Tim Ferris, director of transformation NHS E&I, Patricia Miller Chief Executive Designate Dorset Integrated Care System and Shera Chok, acting chief medical officer NHS Digital will examine the potential for ICSs to address and redress health inequalities.

The aims of the session include:
• National digital health and social care plan: top priorities and how they will help patients, the public and reduce inequalities
• The ICS perspective: how will ICSs deliver better outcomes through digital and data enablers
• The experience of and impact on frontline staff including nurses, AHPs and informatics teams
• Call to action to the audience & NHS on workforce development and creating diverse and inclusive digital teams as part of the national digital workforce strategy


09:55-10:00
Welcome from the Chair

Dr Shera Chok - Chair, Shuri Network & Deputy Chief Medical Officer, NHS Digital
Speaker biography


10:00-10:30
Panellists

Dr Tim Ferris - Director of Transformation, NHS E&I
Speaker biography

Patricia Miller - Chief Executive Designate, Dorset Integrated Care System
Speaker biography

Trish Hughes - Director of Nursing (Professional Representation) / Deputy Director of Nursing and AHP Workforce - North West, NHS E&I
Speaker biography

Rushownara Miah - Head of Business Intelligence, Pennine Care NHS FT
Speaker biography


10:30-10:45
Panel Q&A

Session 3: Paths to convergence
11:30 - 12:15
Leadership Panel Discussion
Leading NHS trust CIOs will explore the challenges of convergence on standardised platforms across ICSs, sharing their local contexts and offering suggestions on how convergence can best be achieved.

11:30-11:35
Welcome from the Chair

Adrian Byrne - CIO, Southampton University Hospitals NHS FT
Speaker biography


11:35-12:00
Panellists

Debbie Loke - CIO / Director of Digital, University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS FT
Speaker biography

Glenn Winteringham - CIO, Royal Free NHS FT
Speaker biography

Liam McLaughlin - CIO, West Suffolk NHS FT
Speaker biography

Dr Paul Jones - CDIO, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and Vice-chair of the CIO AP
Speaker biography


12:00-12:15
Panel Q&A


Session 4: Speed meets
12:25 - 13:25
Speed meets are a fun, informal, fast paced and lively activity to help break up the regular conference format. This is your unique opportunity to meet a large number of people you perhaps wouldn’t normally be able to speak to and create new connections.

Session 5: Breakout sessions 1
14:30 - 15:30
Introduction to AI - everything you ever wanted to know about AI in health but were afraid to ask
Interested in the potential use of AI in health, but confused about the difference between AI and ML? Trying to better understand how to test, evaluate and deploy AI tools in your organisation, but not sure where to begin? The introduction to AI breakout offers an essential primer on AI in health.

Panellists

Haris Shuaib - Consultant Clinical Scientist & Head of Clinical Scientific Computing, Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS FT
Speaker biography

Dr Simon Wallace - CCIO, Nuance Communications
Speaker biography


Dr Yan Jia - Research Fellow, University of York
Speaker biography



Achieving Digital Maturity on a shoestring
With NHS organisations urged to increase their digital maturity, how can you make a little go a long way? When you can’t go big how can you still make progress? In the digital maturity on a shoestring breakout, you’ll learn how trail-blazing NHS organisations can still improve their digital maturity working with very limited budgets.

Panellists

Darren McKenna - Director of Digital - Cumbria, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS FT
Speaker biography

Andy Callow - Group CDIO, University Hospitals of Northamptonshire
Speaker biography

Dr Constantin Jabarin - CCIO, Altera Digital Health
Speaker biography


Shauna McMahon - CIO, Northern Lincolnshire & Goole NHS FT and Hull University Teaching Hospital NHS Trust
Speaker biography



Shuri - the little Network that roared: what's next for our members and how to be a good ally
Three-years on from the launch of the Shuri Network at Summer School 2019, the Shuri breakout will review and celebrate milestones, together with future plans and opportunities to support and take part.

Panellists

Dr Ayesha Rahim - CCIO, Lancashire and South Cumbria NHS FT & Clinical Lead for Digital Mental Health, Transformation Directorate NHS E&I
Speaker biography

Rafiah Patel - Chief Digital Ethics and Privacy Officer, Surrey & Borders Partnership NHS FT
Speaker biography

Dr Anne Marie Cunningham - Associate Medical Director (Primary Care), Digital Health and Care Wales
Speaker biography

Bisi Soledolu - Shuri Network Project Manager, Shuri Network
Speaker biography
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Tambu Foroma - Shuri Network Fellow, Learning Environment Lead, Surrey & Borders Partnership NHS FT
Speaker biography



The many routes to leadership in digital health
In the first of two Year of the Digital Profession sessions national system leaders will explore the pressing need to ensure there are many routes available to become a digital health leader.

Panellists

Yinka Makinde - Director of Digital Workforce Strategy, Transformation Directorate, NHS England
Speaker biography

Sonia Patel - System CIO & Director for Levelling-Up, NHS Transformation Directorate
Speaker biography

Prof. Jonathan Benger - Portfolio Lead, Digital Citizen and Interim National CCIO, NHS England
Speaker biography

Dr Natasha Phillips - CNIO, Transformation Directorate, NHS England
Speaker biography

Simon Bolton - Interim CEO, NHS Digital
Speaker biography

Dave Turner - Chief Technology Officer, NHS England and NHS Digital
Speaker biography



Session 6: Breakout sessions 2
16:15 - 17:15
Enabling Staff Movement through improved onboarding
The team behind the multi award-winning NHS digital staff passport will present how the passport will enable staff movement and improved onboarding

Panellists

Phil Graham - Digital Programme Director, Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS FT, CIO Editorial Panel Member, Digital Health Networks; Director and Treasurer, INTEROPen. MBCS.
Speaker biography

Andrew Temple - Digital Programme Manager, Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS FT
Speaker biography

Helena Palin - Deputy CCIO, Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS FT
Speaker biography



Connecting capabilities at scale in health
How can NHS organisations most effectively connect to national platforms, services and capabilities? What are the supports that are available and what’s coming next? Join the NHS Digital team at the connecting capabilities at scale breakout to learn more.

Panellists

Dr Jenna Hartley-Smith - Senior Engagement Manager, Platforms, NHS Digital
Speaker biography

Core services – building, using and integrating technology at scale
Shan Rahulan - Director of Platforms – Core Services, NHS Digital
Speaker biography

Integration
Tony Heap - Product Owner, API Management, NHS Digital
Speaker biography



Social Care as part of digital strategies of ICSs
Integrating health and social care is a central aim for ICS, requiring supporting digital strategies. This breakout will explore different strands of work underway to support digital social care.

Panellists

Digitise, Connect, Transform - the social care offer to ICS
Emma Harris - Assistant Director for Digitising Social Care, NHS England
Speaker biography

Shared Care Records in an ICS – A Local Authority Perspective
Neil Bartram - Business Relationship Manager, North Yorkshire County Council
Speaker biography

Developing the Social Care Digital Workforce in ICS
Mark Nicholas - Clinical Director and Chief Social Worker, NHS Digital
Speaker biography



Levelling-up and convergence: ICS Digital Strategy
Celebrating Summer School coming to York this session explores how levelling-up and convergence is being pursued by different organisations across Yorkshire and neighbouring counties.

Panellists

Andy Williams - Interim CDIO, Humber & North Yorkshire Health & Care Partnership
Speaker biography

Dr Paul Jones - CDIO, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and Vice-chair of the CIO AP
Speaker biography

Shauna McMahon - CIO, Northern Lincolnshire & Goole NHS FT and Hull University Teaching Hospital NHS Trust
Speaker biography

Dylan Roberts - CDIO, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB)
Speaker biography

Lee Rickles - Yorkshire & Humber Programme Director and Chief Information Officer, Humber Teaching NHS FT
Speaker biography
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Summer Schools will provide you with two-days of CPD-accredited content, rewarding education, networking, and best practice exchange, learning from the very best digital health leaders from across the UK.

Friday 15th July
Session 1: Keynote 1
09:30 - 10:00
National Keynote with Matthew Taylor, chief executive of NHS Confederation
Matthew Taylor, chief executive of the NHS Confederation, will provide the Summer School national keynote sharing how digital and data will underpin the next phase of NHS development.

09:30-09:35
Welcome from the Chair

Jon Hoeksma - CEO, Digital Health
Speaker biography


09:35-10:00
In discussion with...

Matthew Taylor - Chief Executive & Chair, NHS Confederation
Speaker biography

Session 2: Keynote 2
10:05 - 11:15
Leadership national speakers
Three national leadership presentations. Sonia Patel, System CIO and national director for levelling up, on year of the digital profession; Natasha Philips national CNIO, on the Philips Ives Review; and Rhidian Hurle, medical director NHS Health and Care Wales, on building a culture of collaboration.

10:05-10:10
Welcome from the Chair

Jon Hoeksma - CEO, Digital Health
Speaker biography


10:10-10:25
Building a culture of success in Wales
People, policy and politicians all have an influence on digital transformation. Developing a culture of engagement and collaboration within a devolved health and social care system where there is no internal market has allowed the delivery of national All Wales / Once for Wales programmes delivering real benefits and efficiencies to patient care. Patient pathways are complex, cross different health settings and a vision of the why is the start of the story.


Rhidian Hurle - CCIO for Wales & Medical Director, Digital Health Care Wales
Speaker biography


10:25-10:40
The Phillips Ives Nursing & Midwifery Review
The Topol Review (2019) outlined recommendations to ensure the NHS is the world leader in using technologies to benefit patients. Nurses and midwives represent over half a million of the workforce and are key to realising this vision. The Phillips Ives Review builds on this work and will provide evidence and inform strategy; ensuring that nurses and midwives are given access to the knowledge, skills and education required for safe, effective digitally enabled practice. The review was launched on the 26 May 2022. In this keynote Dr Natasha Phillips, RN will tell you more about the work.


Dr Natasha Phillips - CNIO, Transformation Directorate, NHS England
Speaker biography


10:40-10:55
Year of the Digital Profession

Sonia Patel - System CIO & Director for Levelling-Up, Transformation Directorate, NHS England
Speaker biography


10:55-11:15
Panel Q&A

Session 3: Breakout sessions 1
12:00 - 13:00
Digital AHPs – Reflecting on the past, debating the present and shaping the future
Digital Allied Health Professionals are on the march, representing a wide range of health professionals and fast emerging group of digital health leaders. Join Euan McComiskie, Melissa Andison and Natasha Phillips as they explore the future. The aim of this session is to grow the community of #DigitalAHP leaders exploring the lessons from the past, challenges of the present and shape the future.

Panellists

Euan McComiskie - Health informatics Lead, Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Speaker biography

Melissa Andison - AD of Clinical Digital Experience and Associate CCIO, Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS FT
Speaker biography

Natasha Phillips - CNIO, Transformation Directorate, NHS England
Speaker biography



Future Digital Nursing Leaders, including the launch of CNIO mentorship programme
Digital nursing is the fastest growing group of digital leaders in the NHS. Sarah Hanbridge, Sarah Newcombe and Helen Balsden, from the CNIO Advisory Panel, will share work underway to support future nursing digital leaders, including the launch of the new CNIO Mentorship programme.

Panellists

Helen Balsdon - Florence Nightingale Foundation Digital Fellow, NHS Transformation Directorate
Speaker biography

Sarah Hanbridge - CCIO, The Christies NHS Foundation Trust
Speaker biography

Sarah Newcombe - CNIO, Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital
Speaker biography



Growing the next generation of CCIOs
Where are the next generation of CCIOs going to come from? CCIOs have become established across the NHS but it’s not clear enough is being done to support future CCIOs? Where will they come from and what support and encouragement do they need? Join our panel of new and veteran CCIOs to explore the issues.

Panellists

Dr Hiba Sher Khan - Deputy CCIO, The Hillingdon Hospital
Speaker biography

Ramandeep Kaur - Chief Clinical Information Office (Nursing, Midwifery and AHPs), University Hospitals of Northamptonshire
Speaker biography

Sarah Thompson - CCIO, Stockport NHS FT
Speaker biography

James Freed - CDIO, HEE
Speaker biography

Dr William Lumb - CCIO University Hospitals Morecambe Bay
Speaker biography



What is future role of CIO in ICS landscape?
What kinds of CIOs are needed in the brave new world of Integrated Care Systems? As ICSs evolve what are the new kinds of skills that will be required from digital leaders to orchestrate and align digital and data strategy and objectives across multiple organisations. Join Lisa Emery, Graham Evans and Paul Charnley as they explore the fresh challenges ahead.

Panellists

Lisa Emery - CIO, The Royal Marsden NHS FT
Speaker biography

Prof Graham Evans - Executive Chief Digital and Information Officer/SIRO - NHS North East and North Cumbria – Integrated Care Board
Speaker biography

Paul Charnley - Digital Lead, Healthy Wirral Partners
Speaker biography
Session 4: Breakout session 2
14:00 - 15:00
35 under 35: future digital leaders
To mark the launch of the Fed-IP ‘35 under 35’ programme for digital leaders across health and care hear from a cross-section of the cohort talk about their experiences to date and the help they need. They’ll be joined by national leaders of the profession.

Panellists

Andrew Griffiths - CEO, FEDIP
Speaker biography

Adam Ansell - Delivery Lead, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
Speaker biography

Sam Coffey - Lead EPMA Pharmacist, University Hospitals Sussex Trust
Speaker biography

Rushownara Miah - Head of Business Intelligence, Pennine Care NHS FT
Speaker biography

Harriet Roostan - Advanced Technical Solutions Analyst (Software Engineer), University Hospitals Southampton NHS FT
Speaker biography

Sarah Homewood - Nursing Lead for Digital Health, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital
Speaker biography

Matthew Lee - FY3 Doctor, King' College London (MSc Healthcare Technologies full-time), Guy's and St. Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust (part-time)
Speaker biography

Sarah Hanbridge - CCIO, The Christies NHS Foundation Trust
Speaker biography

Lisa Emery - CIO, The Royal Marsden NHS FT
Speaker biography

Dr James Reed - CCIO, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS FT
Speaker biography

James Freed - CDIO, HEE
Speaker biography

Prof. Jonathan Kay - Chair, FCI
Speaker biography


Philips Ives Review of Digital Nursing
The Philips Ives Review is the new blue-ribbon review of the future of digital nursing. In this breakout session you’ll learn from the team behind the review about aims and objectives, how the review will be carried out and opportunities to take part.

Welcome from the chair

Dr Natasha Phillips - CNIO, Transformation Directorate, NHS England
Speaker biography

Facilitators

Judith Dando - Programme Lead, Phillips Ives Nursing & Midwifery Review
Speaker biography

Ian Bell - Project Support Officer, Phillips Ives Nursing & Midwifery Review
Speaker biography

Colette Fretton - Collaboration Facilitator, Phillips Ives Nursing & Midwifery Review
Speaker biography



Digital and reducing harm to patients - EPMA and patient safety
The EPMA and patient safety breakout will focus on the vital role electronic patient management and administration has in reducing harm to patients and improving patient safety. Led by Ann Slee the session will take stock of progress to date and explore what remains to be done to achieve the full potential of EPMA.

Panellists

Ann Slee - Associate CCIO (Medicines), NHS England
Speaker biography

Dr Sam Patel - Consultant, Physician NHS Lanarkshire
Speaker biography

Dr John Payne
Speaker biography


Co-creating a digital workforce strategy
The second of the year of the digital profession sessions, this is your opportunity to help shape and co-create the next digital workforce strategy. The interactive session will be led by Sonia Patel and colleagues from the transformation directorate at NHS England.

Panellists

Sonia Patel - System CIO & Director for Levelling-Up, Transformation Directorate, NHS England
Speaker biography

Yinka Makinde - Director of Digital Workforce Strategy, Transformation Directorate, NHS England
Speaker biography

Kate Pavlidou - Head of Professionalisation, NHSE&I
Speaker biography

Gagan Mehta - Assistant Director of Programmes, Transformation Directorate, NHS England
Speaker biography

Zack Pandor - OD Programme Manager, NHSE&I
Speaker biography



Why NHS cyber security is about patient safety
Cyber security is often framed in the NHS as securing networks and systems, and exclusively as a technical matter. The panel of NHS and industry digital leaders will explore the benefits of reframing it as primarily a patient safety issue that matters to everyone working in health and care.

Panellists

James Norman - EMEA Health & Life Science Director, Pure Storage
Speaker biography


Daniel Johnston - Clinical Workflow Specialist & Clinical Safety Officer, Imprivata
Speaker biography

Mike Fell - Executive Director – National Cyber Security Operations
Speaker biography


Daniel Hallen - Head of Digital Technology and Digital Urgent & Emergency Care, NHS England & Improvement – North West
Speaker biography


Paul Charnley - NHS Cyber Security Leader of the Year, NHS Wirral PIC & BIOG
Speaker biography

Session 5: Preventing the brain drain
15:10 - 16:15
Preventing the Brain Drain
The final session of Summer School will explore facets of the unprecedented challenges of recruiting and retaining experienced digital staff being experienced by many NHS organisations. When staff can change their jobs, and increase their salary, without ever leaving their lap-top, the panel will explore effective strategies for countering the digital brain drain in the NHS.

15:10-15:15
Welcome from the Chair

Jon Hoeksma - CEO, Digital Health
Speaker biography


15:15-15:55

Panel discussion

Melissa Andison - Deputy CCIO, Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Speaker biography

Dr Paul Jones - CIO, Leeds Teaching Hospital NHS Trust
Speaker biography

Darren McKenna - CIO, Cumbria, Northumberland Tyne and Wear NHS FT
Speaker biography

Louise Cave - Florence Nightingale Digital Fellow, NHS England
Speaker biography

Stacey Hatton - CNIO, Barnsley Hospital NHS FT
Speaker biography


15:55-16:05
Panel Q&A



16:05-16:15
Closing remarks

Jon Hoeksma - CEO, Digital Health
Speaker biography
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