Register for Digital Health Summer Schools

Apply to attend

Leeds, 17 – 18 July 2019

APPLY TO ATTEND

By completing the application to attend you do not reserve a ticket. Our events team will follow up with you via email or phone in the coming days. You will not be charged to apply. If your application is successful , payment information will be forwarded to you.

CCIO

To attend the CCIO Summer School you should be currently working as a chief clinical information officer, or equivalent, role for some or all of your job.  Or you should have clinical informatics leadership or practitioner as a part of of your job role.  NB Junior clinicians who aspire to be a future CCIO should register for the CCIO Summer School rather than Future Digital Leader.

Health CIO

To attend the Health CIO Summer School you should be currently working as a chief information officer, IT director, transformation director or equivalent, role for some or all of your job.  You should be in a recognised leadership role for health IT and digital in one or more organisations.

Price: £275 + VAT (full price ticket is £350 + VAT)

Early Bird discount deadline: 2pm Friday 31 May

Ticket includes:

  • . access to conference on Thursday 18 and Friday 19 July (comprehensive of refreshments)
  • . overnight accommodation on campus on Thursday 18 July and breakfast on Friday 19 July
  • . gala dinner and award ceremony on Thursday 18 July
  • . pre-conference social evening on Wednesday 17 July
Apply to attend for a bursary place

Leeds, 18 – 19 July 2019

APPLY TO ATTEND FOR A BURSARY PLACE

By completing the application to attend you do not reserve a ticket. Our events team will follow up with you via email or phone in the coming days. You will not be charged to apply. If your application is successful , payment information will be forwarded to you.

CNIO and AHP

To attend the CNIO Summer School you should be currently working as a chief nursing information officer, Allied Health Professional IT lead, or clinical informatics nurse or AHP lead, role for some or all of your job.

Future Digital Leaders

To attend the FDL Summer School you should be nominated by an existing member of the networks. You should be currently working as a health IT and be able to evidence you are actively working towards developing your career as a future digital leader, either by studying towards a relevant qualifications or certification, or membership of an appropriate professional body such as BCS Health Care, FED-IP or Faculty of Clinical informatics.

Left Shift

To attend the Left Shift Summer School you should be currently working in health or social care with a significant part of your role focused on using digital technologies to enable the shift of patient care into home or community settings, develop integrated care or population health and analytics.

Application fee: £75 + VAT

The bursary place includes:

  • . access to conference on Thursday 18 and Friday 19 July (comprehensive of refreshments)
  • . overnight accommodation on campus on Thursday 18 July and breakfast on Friday 19 July
  • . gala dinner and award ceremony on Thursday 18 July
  • . pre-conference social event on Wednesday 17 July

Bursary place applications close on Thursday 25 April at 11am.

Unsuccessful candidates will be refunded their £75 application fee.

Summer Schools Hack Days 2019

Leeds, 17 – 18 July 2019

SUMMER SCHOOLS HACK DAYS 2019

Dates: 17-18 July 2019, 9:00 to 17:00 approximately
Venue: University of Leeds

Ticket is free and includes: Hack Days attendance on both days with refreshments. Accommodation is not included.

The Summer Schools Hack Days, 17-18 July, will bring current NHS digital leaders, patients, clinicians, developers and NHS technology teams together with digital health innovators and disruptors to test and prove new ideas, develop working prototypes and create solutions to some of the NHS’ most pressing issues.

The Hack Days will start with timed two minute ‘pitches’ of project ideas and problems that need solving. After the pitches, participants self-organise themselves organically into project teams and work on building real working solutions to these problems, using their design skills, clinical insights, patient experiences, development skills, and best technology. Open source solutions are encouraged but not mandatory.

Projects developed at the Summer Schools Hack Days will be presented to the Summer School audience at the end of Day Two of the Hack Days (which overlaps with day one of the Summer Schools), 18 July, and delegates will have a chance to meet the teams with a community vote on the best project.

The event is open to CCIOs, CIOs, CNIOs, AHPs, patients, clinicians, developers, and anyone with an interest in healthcare technology, and in how it can support integration across the health and care system. We encourage individuals to bring their development teams along to help to disrupt the future of digital health.

Summer Schools Hack Days is a Summer Schools fringe event, organised by Digital Health and hacktivist-in-chief Dr Marcus Baw. Marcus will again be managing the event and providing support and encouragement to teams.

All participants in the Hack Days are invited to the opening Summer Schools social event on the evening of 18 July.

If you have any questions about Hack Days, please contact us on fabiana@digitalhealth.net.

Please note: if you are interested in attending Hack Days and Summer Schools 2019, you need to register to both events separately.

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