Southern Institute for
Health Informatics

2003 Conference


SIHI 2003
Thursday 12th June 2003
Portland Building
University of Portsmouth

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SIHI 2003 home page

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Lecture Theatre A

Lecture Theatre B


Session 1: Patients and their records (chair: Dr Jim Briggs)

Dr Nicholas Robinson
Clinical Advisor eHealth & Telemedicine, NHS Direct Online
Power to the patients - promoting Interactive Healthcare

Mr Peter Knight
Head of IM&T, Winchester & Eastleigh Healthcare Trust
The Integrated Care Record Service - a Trust Perspective





Session 2a: Exciting developments (chair: Keith Clough)

Dr Joseph Britto
Consultant and Hon. Senior Lecturer in Paediatric Intensive Care, Imperial College School of Medicine at St. Mary's Hospital, Paddington
ISABEL: Clinical decision support at the bedside

Roger Everitt
Director of Primary Care, Graphnet Health Limited
Sharing clinical data across primary and secondary care

Colin McLaren
Chairman, Proxximity Systems Ltd.
BioTag - sample tracking to save the NHS £50m per annum

Session 2b: Tele* (chair: Dr Tineke Fitch)

Prof James Barlow
Innovation Studies Centre, Imperial College
Mainstreaming telecare in the UK: overcoming the barriers

Dr Malcolm Clarke
Brunel University
A new model for a primary care based diagnostic treatment centre (DTC)

Dr Tracy Finch
Centre for Health Services Research, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Telehealthcare: integrating service development and evaluation




Session 3a: Useful things to do with your data (chair: Dr Paul Weaver)

Dr Stefano Passani
Dendrite Clinical Systems
The role of risk stratification in national audit and bench marking outcomes

Mr Simon Ashley FRCS
Consultant Vascular Surgeon; Chairman, Audit and Research Committee of the Vascular Surgical Society of Great Britain and Ireland
The National Vascular Database - friend or foe?

Dr Dave Prytherch
Healthcare Computing Group, University of Portsmouth
Your life in their hands - Mortality as a measure of Clinical Performance

Session 3b: Health informatics "up north" (chair: Dr Roger Beresford)

Mark Johnson
Director of Informatics, Mental Health Strategies
Developing "virtual communities" within a regional child and adolescent mental health service

Garry Currie
Dept of Clinical Physics & Bioengineering, Beatson Oncology Centre, Glasgow
Development of telemedicine-based managed clinical networks for gynaecological cancer in the west of Scotland

Mr John Clark
Consultant Orthodontist, CLEFTSiS
An electronic patient record for the cleft service in Scotland




Session 4a: Professionalism, education and development (chair: Jason Oakley)

Mrs Helen Sampson
Clinical Guidelines Manager, St Richard's Hospital, Chichester; Treasurer of UKCHIP; Chair of the BCS Health Informatics Nursing Specialist Group/Chair Nursing Professions Informatics Group
The UK Council for Health Informatics Professions (UKCHIP) and You

John Mahoney
BioMed Image Archive Project Officer, University of Bristol
The BioMed image archive: the use of online images of patients for learning, teaching and research

Session 4b: More tele* (chair: Dr Dick Curry)

Peter Williams
City University
Broadband nursing: an evaluation of a one-way video-conferencing health information and advice service

Budgie Hussain
Centre for Radiography Education, University of Portsmouth
Teleultrasound: training and supervision of GPs in clinical practice

Chris Urry
Roke Manor Research
Telemonitoring of haemo-oncology patients at risk from septic episodes

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