Electronic health data for population health benefit

Date

Friday 26 September 2014

Day

Venue Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
LONDON
W1G 0AE
Organised by

Epidemiology & Public Health Section

Accreditation

5 CPD points

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about this event

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. A LIMITEDĀ NUMBER OF PLACES ARE AVAILABLE ON THE DAY. PLEASE CONTACT THE CO-ORDINATOR FOR MORE INFORMATION

Organised by the Royal Society of Medicine in association with The Farr Institute

ThisĀ one-off meeting will discuss the argument that electronic health data has the potential to change the way we think and act about every aspect of healthcare - from risk and prevention to diagnosis and treatment.

This meeting is a golden opportunity to meet with experts, learn of governmental developments and enhance your knowledge of the most up-to-date innovations in the use of digital care records.

If you are interested in the use of information in healthcare then you must attend this one-off event that will ask: 'can e-health data transform our understanding of the nation's health?' Book your tickets now to secure your place.

agenda

9.30 am

Registration, tea and coffee

10.00 am

Welcome and introduction

Kate McAllister, President, Epidemiology & Public Health Section, Royal Society of Medicine

Session 1: Using Primary Care records for public health benefit

Dr Georgina Moulton, Education Lead, HeRC-North@Farr, University of Manchester

10.10 am

Introducing Care.data

Speaker to be confirmed

10.35 am

The risks and benefits of using primary care data for research

Dr Irene Petersen, Reader, Institute of Epidemiology & Health, UCL

11.00 am

Building a partnership of trust through access to medical records and understanding

Dr Amir Hannan, GP, Haughton Thornley Medical Centre and Ingrid Brindle, Chair, Haughton Thornley Patient Participation Group

11.25 am

Tea and coffee break

Session 2: Practical issues in conducting secondary research

11.45 am

Developments in governance for secondary Research

Nathan Lea, Senior Research Associate, Centre for Health Informatics and Multiprofessional Education, UCL

12.10 pm

Patient and public Involvement: What, why and how

Dr Kerina Jones, Associate Professor of Health Informatics, CIPHER@Farr, Swansea University

12.35 pm

Panel discussion: Balancing public health benefits with individual risks

1.00 pm

Lunch

Session 3: Innovations in using electronic health data

2.00 pm

The Salford Lung Study: Integrating primary and secondary care records to support clinical trials

Dr Sue Collier, Head of Medical Operations for the Salford Lung Study, Global Respiratory Medical Franchise, GSK

2.25 pm

Real time syndromic surveillance for public health purposes

Dr Gillian Smith, Real-time Syndromic Surveillance Team, Public Health England

2.50 pm

Enhancing the ALSPAC cohort study through linkage to routine data

Professor John Macleod, Professor of Clinical Epidemiology and Primary Care, University of Bristol

3.15 pm

Tea and coffee break

3.35 pm

Using free text to optimise use of patient records

Professor Jackie Cassell, Professor of Primary Care Epidemiology, University of Sussex

4.00 pm

Developing the UK infrastructure for e-health research

Mr John Ainsworth, Deputy Director HeRC-North@Farr, University of Manchester

4.25 pm

Completion of evaluation forms

4.30 pm

Close of meeting

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For information on this event, contact Amy StrattonTel: 02072902987 Fax: 02072902989 Email: epidemiology@rsm.ac.uk arrow