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


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

  1. 1. Breakout sessions Thursday, Session Two
  2. 2. T2A: Apps to help people with mental health Presentation In Hand. Innovation, health and young people Louise Latter, Young People's Programmer, FACT Lydia Dale, In Hand Collaborator, FACT Using technology to improve mental health and wellbeing Northamptonshire Healthcare Foundation Trust Developing a flourishing mHealth Habitat for the city of Leeds Victoria Betton, mHealth Programme Director, Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust Towards a framework for the appraisal of digital products for mental health Dr Jennifer L Martin, Programme Manager, NIHR MindTech Healthcare Technology Co-operative
  3. 3. T2B: The use of video conferencing to facilitate e-consultations Presentation Speaker ‘Keeping in Touch’: Using the internet in Speech and Language Therapy Helen Poole, Reader in Applied Health Psychology, Natural Sciences and Psychology, Liverpool John Moores University Sheena Round, Consultant Speech and Language Therapy, Liverpool Community Health Trust Evidence of sustained benefit: Use of teleconsultation to support people living in residential care settings Dr Richard Pope, Consultant in Telehealth, Airedale NHS Foundation Trust
  4. 4. T2C: Facilitating adoption of digital services by engaging staff and service users Presentation Speaker Mental Health Rehabilitation and Digital Social Inclusion David Truswell, Senior Project Manager, and Geraldine Vacher, Lead Occupational Therapist, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust Telecare – An Innovative Model Steve Carefull, Director, PA Consulting Group Using Human Centred Design to Co-Create Digital Mental Health Tools Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
  5. 5. T2D: Encouraging self-management in the treatment of long-term conditions Presentation Speaker Young people with long term conditions: the role of digital clinical communication in improving health care Frances Griffiths, Professor of Medicine in Society, Warwick Medical School, University of Warwick Promoting Patient Empowerment and Sustainability in Kidney Care Using Telemedicine Dr Suresh Mathavakkannan, Clinical Director, East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust Self-Care Hub in Kirklees Advanced Digital Innovation (UK) Ltd. Kirklees Council
  6. 6. T2E: Delivering health and care in rural settings Presentation Speaker Mobile Phone-Based Telemedicine Platform Delivering Lifesaving Healthcare in Rural Ghana Tamale Teaching Hospital, Ghana Nsawam Government Hospital, Ghana Mahiri Mobile Services, Ltd. Digital technologies and rural healthcare: the Cumbria Rural Health Forum Professor Alison Marshall, Director of CaCHeT, University of Cumbria
  7. 7. T2F: Working with staff to ensure training and adoption of technology Presentation Speaker Improving the clinical perception of the efficacy of medical apps Charles Lowe, Interim Director at the Digital Health And Care Alliance (DHACA) Management in Conditions of Digital Heath and Care Yanina Besstrashnova, PhD, researcher, St. Petersburg Scientific and Practical Center of Medical and Social Expertise, Prosthetics and Rehabilitation of the Disabled named after G.A. Albrecht, and Associate Professor, St. Petersburg State Politechnical University, Russian Federation