Southern Institute for
Health Informatics

2005 Conference

 

SIHI 2005
Friday 30th September 2005
Richmond Building
University of Portsmouth
 
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Programme for the day

The programme is provisional and subject to change.

The venue for the conference is the Richmond Building (directions)

Time

Foyer

Lecture Theatre

0900

Coffee and registration

Infomart

 

0930

 

Session 1: The big picture

Welcome from Conference chair: Dr Jim Briggs

Jan Laidlow, National Clinical Lead for Allied Health Professions, and David Lane, Clinical Benefits Advisor, NHS Connecting for Health, Connecting for Health – Enabling Total Service Improvement

Patrick Dodge Capability & Development Manager, Southern Cluster, NHS Connecting for Health (standing in for 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

1050

Coffee break

Infomart

 

1110

 

Session 2: Spreading the risk

Session chair: Jason Oakley

Prof Chris Johnson, Department of Computing Science, University of Glasgow, Safety critical aspects of health informatics systems

Ben Stanberry, Avienda Ltd, Governance, Risk and Regulation in Remote Radiology Reporting

Dr Sherrin Moss, Healthcare Markets Manager, BUPA, The Independent Sector's role in supporting the NHS improvement agenda - Challenges and Opportunities

John Jeans, President, GE Healthcare UK, How can industry contribute to the NHS improvement agenda?

1230

Lunch

Infomart

 

1330

 

Session 3: Using information for clinical improvement

Session chair: Dr Dave Prytherch

Hugh Rogers FRCS, 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

Paul Crane-Whatmore, ICT Services Project Manager and Anne Spencer, 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

1530 approx

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