Identifying the delivery challenges, risks and rewards of ‘Personalised Health and Care 2020’ – a Health Informatics Community Response

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Date: 11/02/2015 | Time: 17:30 - 19:30
Location: Bristol University, The Merchant Venturers Building
Organised by: Bristol University

Event summary

Venue: Bristol University, The Merchant Venturers Building

Working within the new Federation for Informatics Professionals registration body (Fed-IP), the core Health Informatics Professional Bodies invite members and the wider community to an open debate that will discuss and inform the delivery of the National Information Board’s ‘Personalised health and Care 2020: a framework for action’. The debates will use the expertise of the Health Informatics community to identify the challenges, risks and rewards of implementing the framework in order to maximise the potential benefits that personalised health and care can bring to society.

It also provides a great opportunity to be updated on the latest progress of Fed-IP, and ask any questions you might have regarding this leap forward of our profession.

The debates will take place through three regional events held in:

Leeds 29 January 17.45 – 19.30
London 2 February 17.30 – 19.30
Bristol 11 February 17.30 – 19.30

Panel Speakers will include:

  • Tom Denwood – BCS Health Vice Chair Policy and Strategy
    • Mike Sinclair – BCS Health Vice Chair Professionalism
    • Senior NIB member – TBC
    • Senior Industry Representative – TBC

Output from the debates will be including in a Health Informatics Community response focussing on the implementation of the framework.

Spaces are limited. If you have any questions about the event, please contact jonathan.jeffery@hq.bcs.org.uk.

Refreshments will be provided.

The programme

Panel Speakers will include:

  • Tom Denwood – BCS Health Vice Chair Policy and Strategy
  • Mike Sinclair – BCS Health Vice Chair Professionalism
  • Senior NIB member – TBC
  • Senior Industry Representative – TBC

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