Southern Institute for
Health Informatics

2002 Conference

26th March 2002

Portland Building, University of Portsmouth

Email: Tel: (023) 9284 6445


Lecture Theatre A

Lecture Theatre B


Jim Briggs
University of Portsmouth, Conference Chairman


Session 1: Setting the scene
(chair: Jim Briggs)

KEYNOTE: Michael Thick
Consultant Transplant Surgeon and Caldicott Guardian, NHS Information Authority
Understanding patients' attitudes to confidentiality

Chris Hoare
Director of Knowledge and Information Management, Hampshire and Isle of Wight Strategic Health Authority
Support for National Service Frameworks


Session 2A: Securing patient records
(chair: Jim Briggs)

Cecilia Pyper
University of Oxford
Giving patients access to their health records

Nick Gaunt
Clinical Lead for Health Informatics, S&W Devon Health Authority
Security surrounding an EHR

Panel discussion

Session 2B: Telemedicine and e-health
(chair: Dick Curry)

Jean Roberts
Phoenix Associates
Clinical websites are currently dangerous to health

Malcolm Clarke
Brunel University
An Integrated Nursing and Telemedicine Approach to Vascular Care

Stephen Gatley
CEO, Integrated Dynamics
Cruise Telemedicine - an example of the use of e-health as an enabler of cost-effective, distributed medical care delivery

Session 3A: The Portsmouth perspective
(chair: Brian Higginson)

Peter Howlett
PFI Project Director, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust
The virtual project office

Dave Prytherch
Senior Research Fellow, University of Portsmouth and Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust
The collection of cancer data in Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust

Paul Schmidt
Associate Physician, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust
The role of IT in the Medical Assessment Unit development

Session 3B: Telemedicine and e-health
(chair: Jean Roberts)

Michael Horn
Forum Telemedizin GmbH, Munich, Germany
Forum-Telemedicine: from patient education to disease management using the internet [Warning 5.5MB file download!]

Martin Strange
Operations Director, TransScript ETP Ltd
TransScript - electronic prescribing in East Hants

Andrew Vaux
Direct Visual
The role of videoconferencing within telemedicine solutions

Session 4A: Patient records
(chair: Tineke Fitch)

Catherine Breen
Clinical Effectiveness Officer, Royal Berkshire Ambulance NHS Trust
Survey of the Status of Electronic Patient Report Forms in UK Ambulance Trusts

Flis Henwood
University of Brighton
EPRs: The view from the maternity services

Gerry Skews
Managing Director, Digital Healthcare Limited, Cambridge
An informatics architecture for digital imaging using PACS

Session 4C: Telemedicine - does it have a future?
(chair: Dick Curry)

Nick Robinson
National Telemedicine Advisor, NHS Direct
Telecare as an enabling factor

Followed by a discussio


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