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NHS-HE Forum

7 December 2016 at 5:44am
Date: 
Thursday, November 24, 2016 - 10:00
Location: 
Covent Garden Suite: 4th floor, Grand Connaught rooms, 61-65 Great Queen Street London, WC2B 5DA
Description: 

NHS-HE Forum

Time

What

Who

10.00 Refreshments available, registration  

10.30

Welcome and opening remarks

Chair, Ted Woodhouse

10.35

Connected Health Cities

John Ainsworth, HeRC@Farr, University of Manchester

11.05

Current Initiatives at SLaM and King’s Health Partners

Stephen Docherty, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and King’s Health Partners AHSC

11.35

Introducing digital professionalism, including Twitter, as an assessed element of the nursing undergraduate curriculum

Ray Jones, University of Plymouth

12.05

Data Discovery and Sharing at UCLH

Tito Castillo, UCLH

12.35

Lunch

 

13.35

Jisc update and working with other sectors

Bob Day, Jisc

14.05

The Kent PSN, govroam and the Health and Social Care Network (HSCN)

Jeff Wallbank, KPSN

14.35

Update from the NHS-HE Information Governance Working Group, plus developments at Newcastle

Wendy Craig, University of Newcastle

15.00

Jisc Collections - NHS (Finch) Pilot Outcomes and Cochrane Website Sharing

Carolyn Alderson, Jisc, and Richard Osborn, Health Education England working across London

15.25

Final remarks

Ted Woodhouse

15.30

Close

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The event is free, all with an interest welcome, but please register