Southern Institute for
Health Informatics

2007 Conference

Collecting information near the patient


21st September 2007

SIHI 2007
Friday 21st September 2007
Richmond Building
University of Portsmouth
Infomart participants
Programme Committee
SIHI 2007 home page

More info:
Tel: (023) 9284 6445


Click on the link to download the presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint format. Note that some are very big (up to 18MB).

Session 1: Repositories of data

The NHS and other health and social care organisations are gradually building up repositories of patient data. The speakers in this session talk about 3 of these, and the final speaker addresses the issue of using standard terminology in records.

Keynote Hugh Sanderson Dr Hugh Sanderson, Head of Clinical Information Development, South Central SHA, The Hampshire Clinical Repository: Using legacy clinical systems to provide a shared clinical record

Lynn Woods Lynn Woods, Chief Executive, Adastra Software, Integrated Out-of-Hospital Services - Progress Under Radar

Mark Trasler Lt Cdr Mark Trasler MBE RN, Staff Officer Medical Informatics, Fleet Medical Division, Portsmouth, DMICP - Clinical Information, Anytime, Anywhere

David Crook David Crook, Subset Development Project Manager, SNOMED in Structured Electronic Records Programme, NHS Connecting for Health, Implementing a Clinical Terminology

Session 2: Telecare

A Telecare Knowledge Network event

The speakers in this session address the wider issues of looking after patients in their homes and workplaces as well as in traditional healthcare settings.

Keynote Clare Skidmore Clare Skidmore, Telecare Project Manager, Kent County Council, Telehealth and Telecare: Towards Service Integration and User Empowerment

James Jackson James Jackson, Managing Director, SmartSensor telemed Ltd, A virtual laboratory for health informatics

Terry Burgess Terry Burgess, Healthcare Solutions Team, IBM UK Ltd, Telehealth Perspectives: Delivering on the Promise (Video)

Session 3: Collecting information near the patient

This session focuses on the key theme of the conference. The first 3 speakers bring first-hand experience of near patient information collection, while the final speaker discusses how these developments fit into the national agenda.

Marilyn McGee-Lennon Dr Marilyn McGee-Lennon, Senior Research Fellow, University of Glasgow, HECTOR - Evaluation of a PDA based clinical handover system

Lynsey WoodwardDr Lynsey Woodward, Specialist Registrar in Anaesthetics, Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust, The use of BEDALERT system for respiratory rate monitoring

Keynote Gary Smith Prof Gary Smith, Consultant in Critical Care Medicine, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust, Using technology to identify patient deterioration and facilitate the response to acute illness

Jim Briggs Dr Jim Briggs, Conference Chair, Collecting information near the patient: the CHMI vision (summary)

Supported by:

Department of Health Fujitsu
sponsors the conference lunch

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