- Date and time Fri 3 Nov 2023 from 9:00am to 6:00pm
- Location Royal Society of Medicine
- Organised by Digital Health
Digital Twins are established in other industries but are only now being incorporated into healthcare. They are virtual representations of human physiology, hospital results or lab environments that can be used to study the genome of a person, its physiological characteristics, and the overall lifestyle. It also helps in the development of low-cost and safe drugs and devices in the healthcare sector.
This is a unique opportunity for the RSM to host an event with thought leadership and pioneers, and lead the way in sharing options and considering how to manage potential risks of digital twins healthcare.
This event will provide an introduction to digital twins and their potential for improving both personalised medicine and healthcare provision. It will explore how interventions are being tailored to the individual, how clinical trials could be transformed, what building a virtual human involves the implications for prevention and sustainability in healthcare and the regulatory and ethical questions posed by such technology.
By attending this event, you will:
- Understand what digital twins could mean for clinical practice and pathways
- Review the regulatory pathways e.g. FDA, MHRA, MDU and explore the ethical considerations
- Examine where digital twins are in the research and provider landscape
- Learn from those involved in insilico trials
- Explore how digital twins could impact sustainability and healthcare accessibility for all sections of the population
- Hear a critique of the role of AI: explainability and limits, keeping it safe
- Discuss the way ahead
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We would like to thank our sponsoring partner The Technology Partnership for their support of this meeting.
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Registration for this event will close at 1:00am on Thursday 2 November 2023. Late registrations will not be accepted.
The agenda is subject to change at any time
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