International digital health and care congress 2014 - Breakouts: Friday, Session Three

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International digital health and care congress 2014 - Breakouts: Friday, Session Three

  1. 1. Breakout sessions Friday, Session Three
  2. 2. F3A: Digital services to support carers and care planning Presentation Speaker Carers Assistive Technology Service James Casey, Manager, Hull Churches Home from Hospital Service Stress Resilience Programme Nigel Hughes, Patient Experience Facilitator Carers, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board iplanit- Digitally enabling Service Transformation Declan Kelly, Chief Executive, Aspirico
  3. 3. F3B: Remote telimonitoring across different settings Presentation Speaker Cost utility analysis of long-term tele- monitoring of patients with DMT2: results of the Greek pilot of the renewing health multicenter pragmatic randomized trial Dr Alexandra Bargiota, Assistant Professor of Endocrinology, Head of the Department of Endocrinology and Metabolic Diseases, University Hospital of Larissa, Greece. Demonstrating the value of the use of EncoreAnywhere with remote wireless technology in NIV and sleep therapy. Sara Parsons, Chief Clinical Physiologist for Respiratory Physiology, Lung Function and Sleep Unit, St Georges Healthcare NHS Trust
  4. 4. F3C: Delivering therapy via an online platform Presentation Speaker Development of an online platform to support the self-management of symptoms and promote the wellbeing of people with cardiovascular disease (CVD) Abigail Clifton, Research Assistant, King’s College London Using digital technology to widen access to evidence-based interventions for substance misuse: Implementation of Breaking Free Online in community services and prisons Dr Sarah Elison, Head of Research, Breaking Free Online Jonathan Ward, Managing Director, Breaking Free Online
  5. 5. F3D: Exploring barriers to telehealth adoption Presentation Speaker Understanding the operational, organisational and financial challenges in telehealth adoption through multi-disciplinary collaborative research Dr Lizzie Coates, MALT Study Manager, School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR), The University of Sheffield Does telehealth promote self-care? A qualitative study examining the experience of older people using telehealth for long-term condition management Olubukola Oguntuase, Research Assistant, School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR), The University of Sheffield Digital Health: A University led Strategic Approach to Transform Healthcare in Salford, UK Shahid Ali, GP and Professor of Digital Health, University of Salford
  6. 6. F3E: Digital support for rehabilitation and increased activity Presentation Speaker The Use of Apps to Support Pelvic Floor Muscle Exercise Kate Stephen, PhD Student, University of the Highlands and Islands Individualized Telerehabilitation for heart patients across municipalities, hospitals and medical disciplines: preliminary findings from the Teledialog project Birthe Dinesen, Associate professor, PhD, Master in Political Science, Laboratory of Telehealth & Telerehabilitation, SMI, Department of Health Science and Technology, Aalborg University, Denmark
  7. 7. F3F: Lessons from the adoption of paperless records Presentation Speaker Aintree University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust rolls out new electronic medical records system to improve the quality of patient care Professor Mike Pearson , Professor of Clinical Evaluation, University of Liverpool Innovation in Digital Healthcare in St Helens and Knowsley Judith Nicholson, Assistant Director of Business Transformation, St. Helens & Knowlsey NHS Trust Digital patient-controlled records in end of life care Dr Lloyd Humphreys, Business Development, Patients Know Best

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