Southern Institute for
Health Informatics

2005 Conference

 

SIHI 2005
Friday 30th September 2005
Richmond Building
University of Portsmouth
 
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Speakers list

Speakers will include:

Jan Laidlow David Lane
National Clinical Lead for Allied Health Professions Clinical Benefits Advisor, Connecting for Health
Connecting for Health – Enabling Total Service Improvement
Hugh Rogers
Associate for Service Transformation, NHS Institute for Innovation & Improvement
The big picture for improvement: making systems more reliable; linking innovation in service delivery with new technologies; involving and engaging all staff
Di Millen
Head of Informatics, NHS Connecting for Health
Informatics capacity and capability building to support healthcare improvement
Dr Glyn Hayes
President, UK Council for Health Informatics Professions and Chair, BCS Health Informatics Forum
The present and future of UKCHIP and the BCS Health Informatics Forum
Dr Sherrin Moss
Healthcare Markets Manager, BUPA
The Independent Sector's role in supporting the NHS improvement agenda - Challenges and Opportunities
John Jeans
GE Healthcare
How can industry contribute to the NHS improvement agenda?
Ben Stanberry
Avienda Ltd
Governance, Risk and Regulation in Remote Radiology Reporting
Prof Chris Johnson
Department of Computing Science, University of Glasgow
Safety critical aspects of health informatics systems (tbc)
Paul Crane-Whatmore Anne Spencer
ICT Services Project Manager Nursing & Midwifery Informatician, Portsmouth Hospitals Trust
Portsmouth 's interim EPR developments
Dr Martin Utley

Deputy Director, Clinical Operational Research Unit, UCL

Graphical methods for turning data into information
Prof Gary Smith
Portsmouth Hospitals Trust & University of Bournemouth
Using information technology to improve the early identification and management of the sick patient
The organisers reserve the right to alter the programme without notice.

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