Digital healthcare innovation series: "Internet of things", wearables, sensors, assistive devices

Date

Tuesday 17 January 2017

Day

Venue Chandos House
Chandos House
2 Queen Anne Street
London
W1G 9LQ
Organised by

RSM Professionals , NHS Innovations South West

Accreditation

CPD - Applied for

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about this event

This meeting is organised jointly with NHS Innovations South West and in association with the RSM's Telemedicine & eHealth Section

Note that this event was scheduled to take place on Tuesday 29 November 2016 but has been rescheduled to Tuesday 17 January 2017 to accommodate clinical diaries.

Following on from the success of The innovator's roadmap: From idea to reality RSM professionals and NHS Innovations South West are pleased to announce their next venture, the Digital healthcare innovation series.

 A series of four practical innovation commercialisation support events.  Each event will see speakers share their experience under the broad banner of medical/healthcare innovation with an overarching highly relevant and topical digital theme, specifically the central importance of data.  

Our programme of events are as below, a block booking discount will be offered to those wishing to attend all 4 courses.  To take advantage of the block booking offer please call Gemma Lamb on 020 7290 3946


A one-day course on practical ways to innovate digital ideas successfully drawing on the approach delivered by NISW.  With only a limited number of delegate places available per course you are advised to book now.

Innovation can come from anyone, anywhere in the system

This course is appropriate for those “clinical entrepreneurs” looking to progress a technology “ Internet of things”, wearables, sensors, assistive devices innovation project. 
 
This session will provide you with core innovation theory and best practice techniques, as well as sharing of “real-life” examples and lessons learned. 
 
Practical theory sessions will be delivered by Rod Howells from NHS Innovation South West (NISW) and discussion sessions supported and facilitated by Angus Donald and Mike McMillan from NISW.
 
Success is seeing ideas become reality
 
Aim
To review the impact on the delivery of health of the integration and connectivity across multiple systems, and devices, the internet of things, and to reflect on the development of innovation in healthcare.
Objectives
  • To understand what is meant by “innovation” in the context of healthcare and the basis of progress from design, through development to implementation
  • To know about some successful innovators and innovations in healthcare
  • To understand the range of potential components that are the “internet of things”
  • To understand the impact of connecting wearing sensors on the management of epilepsy and diabetes

Additional information
Following the recent publication of the final report on Accelerated Access Review we're pleased to share some key information on this report.





Programme subject to change 

Please note that Fincore Ltd hasn't had any influence or involvement over the agenda, content or organisation of this meeting

agenda

10.00 am

Registration, tea and coffee

10.25 am

Introduction to the innovations masterclass series: What do we mean by innovation? What does it mean in healthcare?

Mr Rod Howells, NHS Innovations South West (NISW)

10.35 am

Introduction to "Internet of things", wearables, sensors, assistive devices innovation

Mr Charles Lowe, Council Member, Telemedicine & eHealth Section, RSM

11.00 am

Facilitated interactive exercise

11.10 am

Tea and coffee break

11.30 am

Introduction of successful innovators in healthcare

Mr Rod Howells

11.50 am

Application of wearables in an epilepsy network

Dr Rupert Page, Consultant Neurologist and Clinical Lead, Dorset Epilepsy Service, CSO and CCIO, Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

12.05 pm

Facilitated interactive exercise

12.20 pm

Internet of things, application to diabetes

Dr Tom Dawson, CEO, Rescon Ltd

12.50 pm

Facilitated interactive exercise

1.05 pm

Lunch

1.50 pm

From idea to reality introduced - key themes highlighted

Mr Rod Howells

2.35 pm

Opportunities and challenges of telemedicine

Mr Charles Lowe

3.05 pm

Facilitated interactive exercise

3.20 pm

Tea and coffee break

3.40 pm

LifelightTM: Accelerating adoption and lowering barriers to adherence through passive camera-based vital signs monitoring

Mr Bruce Stanley, Creative Director, XIM Ltd.

4.10 pm

Facilitated interactive exercise

4.25 pm

Summary of the day: Key themes and discussion

Mr Rod Howells

4.40 pm

Completion of evaluation forms

4.45 pm

Close of meeting

register for this event

  • Registration has closed for the event
  • There is availability for delegates to register on the day
  • Block booking RSM member: £100
  • Block booking Non member: £150

Digital Healthcare Series

This event is part of a series.
Book all events at a discounted rate

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organiser's details

For information on this event, contact Samar MalikTel: 020 7290 3867 Fax: 020 7290 2992 Email: rsmprofessionals@rsm.ac.uk arrow