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The OpenSAFELY collaborative: part 2
For part 2 of our in-depth look at the OpenSAFELY collaborative, Dr Dilshan Arawwawala, CCIO at Mid-Essex Hospitals NHS Trust, is joined by Dr Chris Bates, Director of Research and Analytics at TPP.
Hear how Chris and his team worked with Ben Goldacre from the University of Oxford’s EBM DataLab and others to deliver a unique EHR data platform for Covid-19 research at an extraordinary pace.
The OpenSAFELY collaborative: part 1
Join Dr Dilshan Arawwawala, CCIO at Mid-Essex Hospitals NHS Trust as he discusses the OpenSAFELY collaborative with Ben Goldacre from the University of Oxford’s EBM DataLab.
Hear how Ben approached TPP with the initial challenge at the start of the Covid-19 outbreak, and the collaboration that then took place at an extraordinary pace to deliver a unique EHR data platform for Covid-19 research.
Building on Digital Blueprints - in association with FutureNHS
Hear experts from Health Education England, Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS FT, and Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Trust discuss how blueprints have helped support the digital revolution thus far and supporting direction of travel post Covid-19.
What will be covered?
The strategic intentions of blueprints and how have they impacted knowledge sharing in the NHS
What has been successful so far to build upon and where are the areas for growth?
Recent experiences of using Blueprints
Examples of how teams and who in the teams have been using the Blueprints
How have the BPS delivered and helped?
How Covid-19 has impacted the trajectory of the BPS?
James Freed, Chief Information Officer, Health Education England
Paul Charnley, Director of IT and Information, Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS FT
James Reed, Chief Clinical Information Officer, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Trust
Dr Kathrin Cresswell, Chief Scientist Office Chancellor's Fellow, Director of Innovation, The University of Edinburgh
Frontier Planning for an Influx of Patients and Services with AI, Automation and Optimisation Tools
Join our expert panel as they discuss:
How to support knowledge transfer across organisations - scaling up and sharing success
How tools can help respond to and manage the new need for virtual intake and services
Streamlining processes to tackle bottlenecks and increased demand in services
What are some of the ongoing and recurring challenges that automation tools are already helping with?
Which departments and functions require the most rapid automated efficiency?
What type of technological tools are available, that can be easily integrated into existing systems?
- Chair: Nicola Haywood-Alexander, Strategic Advisor for Digital Healthcare, and HETT Steering Committee member
- Darren Atkins, Chief Technology Officer (Automation & AI), East Suffolk & North Essex NHS FT
- Haris Shuaib, Topol Fellow in Digital Health Clinical Imaging, & Medical Physics Digital Lead, Guy’s & St. Thomas NHS FT
- Ivana Bartoletti, Co-Founder, The Women Leading in AI Network
- Patrick Shephard, Head of Healthcare, Blue Prism Cloud
Managing Mental Health Services Digitally and Remotely Throughout and Beyond COVID-19
Our expert panel will discuss:
• The state of play of mental health and technology: Which apps and tools were here before and what is here to stay?
• Impacts on accessing mental health from a safe environment, can we treat effectively throughout lockdown?
• What is the appetite for accessing mental healthcare through tools and technology and the impact on DNAs and Cancellations?
• Signposting digital access to mental healthcare to traditionally hard to reach demographics
• What does good look like? Establishing quality of care in these new ways of working
• Is video consultation a viable solution for the influx of and range of challenges?
• Has this shed a light on inequality in mental health?
- Heather Caudle, Chief Nursing Officer, Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
- Ross O'Brien, Digital Innovation Director, Central and North West London NHS FT
- Lucy Warner, Chief Executive, NHS Practitioner Health
- Lee Grant, Clinical Director, Efficacy
- Dr Lloyd Humphreys, Head of Europe, Silvercloud Health
Achieving Diversity in the Digital Response During and Beyond COVID-19
Join our expert panel as they discuss:
How will digitalisation meet the requirements and enhance care of patients with specific needs, such as learning disabilities?
Where are the assumptions of many products and services and how have these resulted in services which are lacking? What do we need to do to see change?
How poor access and a non-inclusive digital infrastructure can act as a major health determinant for patients in addition to physical, socioeconomic and personal behaviours
Digital Literacy: acknowledging the gaps and last mile delivery. Who is not online, and how do we get information to people?
How do language/communication barriers contribute towards inequalities?
Reaching and managing those with multifaceted challenges sitting within lower socio-economic groups
Avoiding digital exclusion - as we provide more digital solutions, are we creating more opportunities or disadvantages?
Chair: Dr Shera Chok, Co-Founder, Shuri Network / GP, Tower Hamlets
- Ijeoma Azado, Associate Director, Clinical and Health Service Design, National Digital Services (NDS) Scotland
- Kevin Holton, Head - Experience of Care and Equalities and Health Inequalities, NHS England
- Emma Stone, Director of Design, Research and Communications, Good Things Foundation
- Andrew Griffiths, Chief Executive, FEDIP (and former CIO Wales)