One week to go until the Faculty of Clinical Informatics Annual Scientific Conference!
There's still time to sign up for the FCI Virtual Scientific Conference, taking place next Thursday 8th Oct
There is still time to register for the Faculty’s first Annual Scientific Conference taking place virtually on Thursday 8th October. There is an excellent and diverse programme, including both national and international speakers, instructional sessions and scientific papers, offering an opportunity to learn about pioneering research and its practical application in health and social care. The conference covers core areas of interest to all working in health and care informatics and digital health.
Conference content will continue to be available for 3 months after the event, so you can catch up on anything that you missed. This also means that if you already have a commitment on 8th October, you can still attend the whole conference retrospectively if more convenient
Prof Suzanne Bakken - Alumni Professor of Nursing & Professor of Biomedical Informatics, Columbia University, New York (International Guest Presentation)
Dr Sarah Slight - Reader in Pharmacy, Newcastle University (Prestigious Guest Presentation)
Beverley Bryant - Chief Digital Officer (CDIO) Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS FT & Kings College Hospital NHS FT
Dr Claudia Pagliari - Director of Global eHealth, University of Edinburgh & NHS Digital Academy
Dr Mark Davies - Chief Medical Officer (Europe, Middle East & Africa) Watson Health and IBM
Dr Charles Gutteridge - CCIO Barts Health NHS Trust and International Clinical Lead, EMEA SNOMED
Rob Miller - Director of Customer Services and ICT, London Borough of Hackney
Will Monaghan - Director of Operations, NHSX
There are instructional sessions on Artificial Intelligence, Interoperability, innovative informatics in mental health and pharmacy, SNOMED CT and virtual clinics. The AI session includes pitches of innovations judged by a panel including Prof Shafi Ahmed (Digital Surgeon, Entrepreneur, Futurist, Co-Founder Virtual Medics), Dr Indra Joshi (Director of AI, NHSX) and Dr Cian Hughes (Informatics Lead, Google Health Research).
Not to mention that the conference will also feature the official launch of the UKFCI Core Competency Framework for clinical informaticians with Dr Alan Hassey (Faculty of Clinical Informatics Council & Project Director, Core Competencies Project), Prof Georgina Moulton (Professor of BioHealth Informatics and Education, University of Manchester) and Dr John Williams (Chair of Trustee Board, UK Faculty of Clinical Informatics). This is a hugely important piece of work supported by Health Education England and developed with the University of Manchester.
The conference is CPD accredited and provides the opportunity to
Learn from outstanding practice in the UK and Internationally
Reflect on national developments and learning including the new competency standards for clinical informaticians
Learn about ways to improve the way data is used to improve patient care
Learn from Scientific ePapers to improve practice
Identify key strategies for standards and interoperability
Ensure you are up to date with the latest developments at NHSX
Watch our interview with Professor Angus Wallace from the FCI Events Committee below!