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NHS-HE Forum June 2018

12 June 2018 at 11:19am
Date: 
Thursday, June 7, 2018 - 11:30
Location: 
Holiday Inn London-Regent’s Park
Description: 

Speakers:

  • Heather Cook, Associate Director of IT at Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust and current Chair of the Northern, Yorkshire and Humberside Directors of Informatics Forum (NYHDIF). Heather will discuss the Trust’s initiatives in informatics, including being one of the early adopters of Govroam as part of YHPSN and the YHPSN procurement of connections to the Health and Social Care Network (HSCN).
  • Professor Andrew Morris, Director of Health Data Research UK (HDR UK), with a progress report on its development and future plans
  • Paul Gilliatt, Programme Director at NHS Digital, on the Data Services Platform development
  • Catherine Ebenezer, University of Sheffield, on the learning from her PhD on barriers for staff accessing, using and sharing published information online within the NHS in England
  • Wendy Craig, University of Newcastle, with an update from the NHS-HE Information Governance Working Group.
  • Martin Van Eker, University of Bristol, on using the Microsoft Surface Hub for Teaching and Learning

Programme:

1.

Welcome and opening remarks

Chair, Ted Woodhouse

10.30

2.

Health Research Data UK (HDRUK):

Options and Opportunities for Health Data Science

Andrew Morris, HDRUK

10.35

3.

Mid Yorkshire Hospitals Trust

Heather Cook, Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust and NYHDIF

11.15

4.

Using the Microsoft Surface Hub for Teaching and Learning

Martin Van Eker, University of Bristol

12.00

5.

Lunch

12.30

6.

Information Governance Working Group update

Wendy Craig, University of Newcastle

13.30

7.

Data Services Platform

Paul Gilliatt, NHS Digital

14.00

8.

Access Denied?

Catherine Ebenezer, University of Sheffield

14.40

9

Short update on eduroam and govroam in the NHS

Malcolm Teague, Jisc

15.10

10.

Final remarks

Ted Woodhouse

15.25

11.

Close

15.30