Digital Health and Care Congress 2016: Enabling patient-centred care through information and technology

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Event highlights

Matthew Swindells: The importance of digital health in the implementation of the NHS five year forward view

Mustafa Suleyman: New ways for technology to enhance patient care

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Dame Fiona Caldicott: Data security in the NHS

Presentations: Day 1

Presentations: Tuesday 5 July

Session two: Breakout sessions

Gemma Wilson
Supporting improvement through the development of an innovative hydration monitoring solution for care home settings

Ian Wiles
The accurate measurement of pressure ulcers using tablet and smartphone technology

Jonathon Carr
Truth 3.0: hearing the patient’s voice in emergency, urgent and advance care planning

Matt James
A review of progress and uptake of digital health innovations

Anthony Cornford
An emerging world of digital medicines: a multi-episode study

Candace Imison
Delivering the benefits of digital healthcare

Agnieszka Ignatowicz and Patrick Elder
Analysis of data to look at ethical implications

Jason Madan
Health economic findings

Mark Sujan
A qualitative study of patient safety and security risks

Xavier Griffiths
Use of digital clinical communication for families and carers of children and young people with short or long term conditions (LYNCS study): a rapid review

Caroline Sanders
Experience - based design of a mobile phone system for supporting service users with serious mental illness in community settings

Alison Sturgess-Durden
A new approach to the evaluation of online therapy within IAPT services at scale through integration

Manon Bruinsma
Use of individualised music access for people with dementia

Session three: Breakout sessions

Claire Harding
Using machine learning algorithms to assess the clinical severity of depression among users of a digital mental health platform

Jonathan Ward
Creating a virtuous cycle of digital health enterprise sustainability: Lessons learnt from Breaking Free Online

Stephanie Dugdale
Transforming substance misuse services though computer-assisted therapy

Kenneth Law
Using an app to help diabetic patients monitor their blood sugar levels and help prevent hypoglycaemia for Type 2 diabetic patients

Lynn Austin
REMORA (Remote monitoring of Rheumatoid Arthritis) using a smartphone app

Thomas Sutton
The role of user experience in adoption and adherence to a digital lifestyle change tool for blood pressure reduction

Katherine Adams
Implementing a Multidisciplinary Hospital Wide Clinical EPR System at Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Lea Marais
CYGNUS: A digital brain health platform for improving dementia outcomes

Samit Shah
NHS 111 Patient Relationship Manager

Sergio Pillon
Using telemedicine to manage the for wound care service in the Italian public health care system

Steve Tope
Quest for Quality in Care Homes – using telehealth care to enable integrated, anticipatory and sustainable health and care services

Session four: Rapid-fire poster session

Mike May
Digital technology for communication between clinicians and young patients with chronic conditions (LYNCS study) – An international review
Poster

Niels Peek
Out-of-home activity recognition from GPS data in schizophrenic patients
Poster

Lisa Brunton
Perspectives and experiences of health professionals on the implementation and use of telehealth for COPD services: towards personalised and holistic support
Poster

Vivienne Burgon
Using real-time online reports to improve care for patients with hip fracture

Presentations: Day 2

Presentations: Wednesday 6 July

Breakfast workshop

Dr Neel Gupta and Hasib Aftab
The Camden Integrated Digital Record tale: enabling the clinical transformation agenda across health and social care

Session two: Breakout sessions

Paolo Fraccaro
Patients’ online access and interpretation of laboratory test results: a human computer interaction study

Andy Minnion
Multimedia Advocacy: Tools and techniques that put patients at the centre of their health and care and transform how we deliver the service

Cees Hanna
Supported self-care through technology

Graham Worsley
Home-based gait training following knee and hip arthroplasty

Janie Thomson
Capacity building in community AHP services by leveraging a care management technology platform for exercise rehabilitation

Prakash Jayakumar
Improving outcomes after hip and knee replacement surgery

Daniel Marsden
Employing informatics to improve hospital care for people with learning disabilities

Andrew Fenton
Connecting care: The jigsaw of interoperability at scale in health and social care

David Champeaux
Predictive analytics health model for patients with long-term conditions in Spain

Richard Latham
The effectiveness of a web-based mindfulness course as an intervention treatment for NHS patients

Shon Lewis
Smartphone-enhanced symptom management and relapse prevention: a randomised controlled trial

Session three: Breakout sessions

Paul Davenport
Achieving the outcomes of a high reliability organization through the creation of a centralized operations center

Thomas Newsom-Davis
Acute oncology: an app for healthcare professionals

Julie Barnett
Embedding relationship and behaviour change evidence in digital delivery: the example of myPace

Jenny Thomas
Transforming patient attendance in gynaecology

Sagar Jilka
Patient access to medical records: an on-going longitudinal evaluation of a care information exchange across diabetes patients in North West London

Harry Longman
Seeking help from your GP online: how to break the logjam in digital access

Session four: Rapid-fire poster session

David Champeaux
Accenture Doctors Survey 2015
Poster

Sally Pezaro
Involving an expert panel in the development of an online intervention designed to support midwives in work-related psychological distress: Exploring the outcomes of a Delphi study
Poster

Robert Dunlop
Active clinical decision support – empowering primary care clinicians to deliver preventative care to that can cut costs and save lives
Poster

Jonathan Mayes
Developing a device to decrease hospital acquired infection

Julian Hamann
Assessment of a smartphone-connected otoscope and associated healthcare communication platform

Session five: Closing plenary

Fiona Caldicott
Keynote address: Data security in the NHS

Bob Wachter
Keynote address: the digital future of the NHS

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