The 4th annual future of medicine: The role of doctors in 2028

Date

Wednesday 13 June 2018

Day

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

Telemedicine & eHealth Section

Accreditation

6 CPD Points

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about this event

We explore just how far the delivery of health and care will be improved by new technology, and what the latest predictions are by those working in the field of how medicine will really be practised in ten years’ time.  

presentations

We'll look at the practical realities of how the UK can make progress with technology, how to overcome staff resistance to change, how to secure appropriate funding and how the new generations of technophilic patients and carers are likely to respond.

we'll look at: 

  • The principal technological advances affecting the delivery of health and care in the UK by 2028
  • The impact these advances will have in enabling improved patient outcomes and more cost-effective treatment
  • How the areas we're responsible for will need to change in order to realise these improvements
  • Planning training and education to ensure that staff are prepared and keen to embrace new ways of delivering care
  • How to make a strong business case for future financial commitments to realise these changes

This meeting is jointly organised with: 

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attended before?

If you've attended any of the three previous Future of Medicine annual meetings, we'd like to offer you 20% off on your booking. Please email telemedicine@rsm.ac.uk or call 02072903918 to claim your discount.

 

**We would like to send our apologies for any confusion that may have been caused to delegates regarding talk titles. The following titles are now finalised.

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*Programme subject to change

agenda

8.45 am

Registration, tea and coffee

9.15 am

Welcome and introduction

Mr Charles Lowe, Past President, Telemedicine & eHealth Section, Royal Society of Medicine

Mr Charles Lowe

9.20 am

Introduction of session

Mr Charles Lowe

9.30 am

How to prepare clinicians for the future

Professor Joanne Martin, Professor of Pathology, Queen Mary University of London, Director of Academic Health Sciences, Barts Health NHS Trust, President Royal College of Pathologists

9.55 am

Technology, medicine, and the professionals of the future

Dr Harpreet Sood, Associate Chief Clinical Information Officer, NHS England

10.20 am

Tea and coffee break

10.40 am

Primary Care in 2028

Dr Claire Novorol, Founder, Ada.com

11.05 am

How innovation will change the NHS in the next ten years

Professor Tony Young, Director of Innovation, NHS

11.30 am

The Changing Face of Medicine and the Role of Doctors in the Future?

Professor Pali Hungin, Institution of Health and Society, Newcastle University and Past President, BMA

11.55 am

Digital disease diagnostic tests for a new paradigm in decentralised care

Professor Rachel McKendry, Professor of Biomedical Nanotechnology, University College London and London Centre for Nanotechnology and Division of Medicine

12.20 pm

Panel discussion

12.30 pm

Lunch

Dr Henry Fatoyinbo

1.30 pm

Introduction of session

Dr Henry Fatoyinbo, Vice President, Engineering at Orphidia Ltd and the Institution of Engineering and Technology

1.35 pm

How machine learning will change surgical practice

Dr Vishal Nangalia, Consultant Anaesthesiologist, Royal London Free NHS Trust and Clinical Entrepreneur

2.10 pm

Scaling global surgical education through innovative technologies

Dr Jean Nehme, Founder, Touch Surgery

2.35 pm

Tea and coffee break

2.55 pm

A radical approach to managing mental health

Dr James Woollard, Clinical Leadership Fellow, NHS England

3.20 pm

The future of nanomedicines

Professor Ijeoma Uchegbu, Chief Scientific Officer and Professor of Pharmaceutical Nanoscience, Nanomerics Ltd

3.55 pm

Using AI to improve clinical effectiveness**

Dr Richard Dybowski, Head of Special Interest Group in AI in Healthcare within the Cambridge Big Data Strategic Initiative, University of Cambridge

4.20 pm

A 10-15 year vision for person-centred public healthcare

Mr Andy Wilkins, Consultant, The Royal Free Charity and Mr Chris Burghes, Chief Executive Officer, The Royal Free Charity

4.50 pm

Panel discussion

5.00 pm

Closing remarks

Mr Charles Lowe

5.05 pm

Close of meeting

Evaluation surveys and certificates will be sent by email

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For information on this event, contact Kirsty HensonTel: 02072903918 Email: telemedicine@rsm.ac.uk arrow