Health Care in the UK is facing many issues such as the lack of adoption of data gathering for predictive analytics in health and social care. This is exacerbated by the increased demands of an ageing population. In the future, systems need to be created in a way that is more patient-centric, and which allow citizens to be cared for in a holistic way.
This conference is a joint collaboration by the School of Computing and the School of Health and Social Care which presents the launch of the Hospital and Home simulated environment: “Health Simulation and Data Hub“.
The speakers present some of the research and best practice within next-generation healthcare infrastructures for large-scale data integration across domains and stakeholders, and how they could bring benefits to all involved. A key focus is on the capture and analysis of data across health and social care.
Date: 12:00-5.00pm, Wednesday, 21st November 2018
Place: Craiglockhart Campus, Edinburgh
Book event: here.
This years programme is here (note that this year it will be an afternoon event):
|12:00-1:00pm||Registration, Networking and Lunch in the Chapel|
|1:00pm||Lindsay Stewart Lecture Theatre|
|1:00-1:15pm||Key Note: Digital Healthcare, George Crooks, CEO, Digital Health and Care Institute|
|1:15-1:30pm||Care 4.0, Tara French, Research Fellow & Chaloner Chute, CTO, Digital Health and Care Institute|
|1:30-1:45pm||Craiglockhart War Hospital, 1916-1919: Our Important Heritage, Catherine Walker MBE, Curator, Edinburgh Napier University.|
|1:45-2:15pm||The launch of the ‘Health Simulation and Data Hub’, Michelle O’Reilly, SoH, & Adrian Smales, SoC, Edinburgh Napier University.|
|2:15-2:30pm||Use Case: Asthma Case Study|
|2:30-2:45pm||Use Case: ARMED - Managing Risk in the Elderly, Brian Brown, Director, CM2000
|2:45-3:15pm||Networking, Use Case Review & Refreshments: Foyer|
||Lindsay Stewart Lecture Theatre
|3:15-3.30pm||Blockchain for Healthcare, Liam Bell, SoC, Edinburgh Napier University|
|3:30-3:45pm||Technology Enabled Care and the workforce, Pamela Dimberline, NHS Education for Scotland.|
|3:45-4:00pm||BP monitoring in the home: The impact of a telemetric blood pressure monitoring service, Dr Janet Hanley - Associate Professor, Napier University|
|4:00-4:30pm||The fully informed patient: A Decade of PatientView, Professor Neil Turner, University of Edinburgh.|
Please click here to register with our Eventbrite page.
This conference is supported by a partnership with the Digital Health and Care Institute. Programme sponsorship is also provided by CM2000 and The Cyber Academy. Please contact Adrian Smales (email@example.com ) for further information.