Join us to explore in-depth case studies with learning from real digital projects taking place in the health and care system. You'll hear from key people involved in digital health and care, and will take part in innovative sessions with new formats, designed to encourage great debate and discussion.
Take advantage of the networking opportunities available over the two days including a bustling exhibition hall, breakfast sessions, and a drinks reception.
Present at the event
Building on the success of previous years, we will again be inviting submissions to contribute to the content of the day, however this year we’re encouraging people to submit case studies that, if accepted, will be the focus of one 40 minute breakout session.
Authors are invited to submit under the following themes:
- Supporting people and leaders to implement digital change
- Using technology and data to support healthier places and communities
- Transforming care for people who experience the worst health outcomes .
What we're looking for
- We’re keen to hear from projects that are place-based, integrated across different parts of the health and care system and that are engaging with health and care staff, patients and service users.
- Your project should focus on recent experiences in the development of new innovations.
- The focus for our congress is on how technology and data is being used to support improvements in health and care for patients and users.
- Accepted projects will be presenting their in-depth case study as the focus of a 40 minute breakout session at the congress. It is up to you how you want to structure your session but please anticipate that at least 15 mins will be reserved for questions and discussion.
- Please note: We want to give as many public and third sector professionals the opportunity to present as possible. If you are from a private company working in partnership with an NHS, local government or third sector organisation, we encourage you to submit a project with your partner(s) so that you can present together.
All case studies must be submitted by Friday 8 November 2019.
If your project is accepted for presentation, there will be a maximum of 3 free speaker places allocated. We want each in-depth case study to share a variety of different perspective so we are keen that the speaker places represent a mixture of organisations/sectors/professions who can share different insights from the project.
Any additional speaker places must be purchased. We are unable to subsidise the travel or congress costs of any participant seeking to make a presentation.
Submit your project
Please go to http://www.conftool.pro/digital-health-care-2020 and follow the submission instructions. You will be asked to:
- enter names and details of the presenting authors, including job titles and organisations
- indicate whether your project is new or developing work or completed work with evaluation
- indicate which theme you are submitting under
- include a description of your project in no more than 500 words including: introduction, aims and objectives, approach, impact/evidence, conclusions/lessons.
How your submission is reviewed
We have a congress committee who will be reviewing all of the submissions. Each project is reviewed by two different reviewers and their final score is based on the combination of both reviews.
All submissions will be reviewed by the congress committee and you will be e-mailed notification of the results of your submission by Monday 2 December 2019.
Early bird tickets
Can I pay by invoice?
Yes. Please select your tickets and once you're through to the registration form, you can amend the 'payment method' from credit card to 'pay by invoice'. Please note, there is a £20 surcharge to cover the cost of processing invoices. This is in addition to the ticket price and will be added to your invoice. There is no charge for paying by debit or credit card.