Southern Institute for
Health Informatics

2004 Conference


SIHI 2004
Friday 1st October 2004
Portland Building
University of Portsmouth

Contact us
Programme Committee
SIHI 2004 home page

More info:
Tel: (023) 9284 6445

Programme for the day

The programme is provisional and subject to change.

The venue for the conference is the Portland Building (directions) (floor plan)



Lecture Theatre


Coffee and registration




Welcome and introduction

Conference chair: Dr Jim Briggs


Session 1: The modernisation and clinical performance view

Session chair: Dr Dave Prytherch

Mark Outhwaite, NHS Modernisation Agency, Making the most of technology - delivering benefits from NPfIT and the role of the MA

Adrian Cook, Healthcare Commission, Screening and surveillance of routine data

Bill Shields, Director of Finance & Performance, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust, Measuring Clinical Performance in Secondary Care

Roger Killen, MD of The Learning Clinic, A vision of the doctor's desktop


Coffee break




Session 2: The patient's view

Session chair: Dr Tineke Fitch

Toto Gronlund, Acting Head of Patient and Public Involvement, NHSIA, Patients Add Value

Elizabeth Murray, Royal Free and University College Medical School, Interactive Health Communication Applications:  What are they, and what can they do for patients?

Nicholas Robinson, NHS Direct, New paradigms in supporting the Knowledgeable Citizen

Paul Johnson, Telemonitoring Research Centre, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, The role of physiological telemonitoring and community healthy living centres






Session 3: Four views of the National Programme for IT

Session chair: Dr Jim Briggs

John Willshere, Regional Implementation Director, NPfIT Southern Cluster

Ian Bailey, BMA IT Committee, Why information (technology) matters to doctors - the BMA view on NPfIT

Mike Sinclair, Deputy Chief Information Officer, Surrey and Sussex Strategic Health Authority, The SHA view

Kingsley Manning, CEO of Newchurch, a healthcare management consultancy and developer, The impact of NCRS on primary care

Panel discussion

1530 approx



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