Registration is now underway for eSE’s 2015 UK Health Informatics Series which includes two national forums in London and Birmingham, and is being supplemented with regional ‘On-Site’ forums to be held in Bristol (May), Nottingham (July) and Leeds (September).
Passes for the third UK Health Informatics Forum in London’s Stationers’ Hall next March are being allocated at record speed with demand from NHS trusts, Healthcare providers and regulatory bodies increasing in line with the series’ growing popularity. The third national forum is the strongest yet with opening remarks being delivered by Minister for Life Sciences George Freeman MP, the return of our ‘UKHIF’ agenda board members and strong representation from the public sector including the Care Quality Commission, The Department for Health and NHS European Office.
Right Hon. George Freeman MP will join the London forum to set the scene and open the interactive platform for enhancing NHS service delivery through the innovative use of new and existing technologies. George was elected to parliament in 2010 after a 15 year career working with hospitals, clinical researchers, patient groups, and biomedical research companies to pioneer novel healthcare innovations. As Minister for Life Sciences, a Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Department of Health and Department of Business, Innovation and Skills, George’s role is to make the UK the best place in the world to discover and develop 21st Century healthcare innovations.
Our returning agenda board members have helped to shape our previous Bristol and Leeds forum agendas and have built London’s agenda based on the summary report produced by the University of Leeds and contributions from registered delegates. Our returning board members are:
• Professor Jonathan Kay – Clinical Informatics Director for NHS England
• Dr Masood Nazir – Clinical Informatics Advisory for NHS England
• Max Jones – Director of Information and Data Services for HSCIC
• Dr Mark Davies – European Medical Director – Mede Analytics
• Julia Clarke – Chief Executive – Bristol Community Health
• Dr Gwyn Thomas – Chair of the Board – UKCHIP
• Paul Marriott – Clinical Advocate Telehealth – NHS England
Some of our notable delegates joining the UK Health Informatics Forum include the Head of Health Information Standards at NHS England, Service Director HIJ at Care UK, Director of Nursing and Service Delivery at the Royal College of Nursing, and Director of Informatics for Department of Health.
Delegate numbers are limited to 125 and look set to reach capacity before the New Year so don’t miss your opportunity to be participate. Register for our UK Health Informatics Forum in London or any of the ‘On-Site’ regional forums at www.ukhif.com or alternatively use our contact form below to get in touch.