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International digital health and care congress 2014 - Breakouts: Thursday, Session Four

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International digital health and care congress 2014 - Breakouts: Thursday, Session Four

International digital health and care congress 2014 - Breakouts: Thursday, Session Four

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  • 1. Breakout sessions Thursday, Session Four
  • 2. T4A: Telemonitoring services for those with long term conditions Presentation Speaker Online support scores highly for patient satisfaction and demonstrates improvements in HIV knowledge and engagement with healthcare Garry Brough, Membership & Involvement Officer, Service Lead for myHIV, Terrence Higgins Trust Integration of Cardiac Monitoring With Video to Enable Service Transformation NHS England Area Team for Birmingham, Solihull and Black Country Vitaphone UK Red Embedded Systems Improving therapeutic success through personalised mobile health tools Matthieu Grandin, Co-founder and Chief Executive, Yagram
  • 3. T4B: Tackling social isolation for older people Presentation Speaker Project RITA: Developing a digital advocate & care service with an empathetic heart and inquiring mind Dr Jane Reeves, Centre Coordinator and Head of Studies, Centre for Child Protection, University of Kent Using technology to promote social inclusion in residential care Tunstall Healthcare (UK) Ltd.
  • 4. T4C: Integrating systems across multiple teams and platforms Presentation Speaker A Multi Agency Prevention Platform (MAPP) - Delivering Integrated, Person- Centred Care Alasdair Morrison, Service Manager, STAY (Sandwell Telecare Assisting You), Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council Improving Patient Safety: Personalised care with digital technology Stephen Mott, VP of Partnerships, Handle My Health Technologies Supporting Integration and Person-Centred Care: Crossing the Siloes Adam Hoare, Managing Director, v- connect
  • 5. T4D: Using social media to facilitate better communication Presentation Speaker Coordination of specialist care with clinical social networking Dr Michael Bedford, Renal Research Registrar and Dr Chris Farmer, Renal Research Registrar, Kent Kidney Research Group, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust How social media is influencing relationships between people using and providing mental health services Victoria Betton, mHealth Programme Director, Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust Motion Sensor Games to Promote Physical Activity for Obese Adolescents Michael Taylor, Imperial College London
  • 6. T4E: Supporting access to primary care Presentation Speaker The state of the art with ehealth in the Netherlands in 2013 Professor Guus Schrijvers, UMC Utrect, Netherlands Deployment of digital healthcare kiosks in the workplace: Utilisation and acceptability David Barrett, Nurse Lecturer, Deputy Head of Department - Nursing, Faculty of Health and Social Care, University of Hull Online health Access for patients - How can London's health practices offer healthcare on demand? Ben Heubl, Head of Community, Zesty
  • 7. T4F: Digital sharing of clinical information Presentation Speaker Developing a Common Language for Pathology Information NHS England Queen Mary University of London Transformation and Training for a Mobile Workforce: Sharing lessons learnt Melissa Andison, Interim Team Lead and Occupational Therapist, Community Rehabilitation Team (Westminster) Widening the lens on risk by connecting data, systems and citizens Karen Bryson, Director, Health and Wellbeing, Xantura Ltd