Now in its third year, The Big Data in Healthcare Conference will provide a comprehensive and practical overview of current solutions, ambitions and projects across both private and public sectors – where the mutual aim is to improve clinical outcomes for patients. Topics to be discussed include ‘Revolutionising Data Models in NHS’, ‘Technological Solutions to the Barriers in Big Data’, ‘Ensuring Validity and Non-bias of Collected Data, ‘Creating Measurable Impact for Patients’, ‘Advantages and Limitations of Using AI in Healthcare’ and more.
The Healthcare Technology Conference will provide an insight into the challenges currently faced across the sector in terms of various aspects of technology. Subjects covered will include current overview of initiatives and projects across the NHS designed to deliver the goals of the Long Term Plan. It will also give attendees an opportunity to discuss non-technologically related barriers such as human behaviour, data protection and open access, as well as ethical concerns. The event will also feature inspirational case studies and success stories from NHS organisations at the forefront of digital transformation. Recently confirmed speakers for this conference include David Hodnett, Programme Delivery Lead – NHS App, NHS Digital and Henrietta Mbeah-Bankas, Digital Literacy Project Manager, Health Education England.
Salford Professional Development offers various training courses and conferences across multiple sectors for continued professional development, welcoming over 12,000 delegates a year.
Working closely with the University of Salford’s School of Health and Society and its tutors, SPD’s health and social care portfolio of conferences cover various topics across all healthcare sectors including Mental Health, Technology and Big Data, Cyber Security, Facilities Management, Midwifery, Urgent and Emergency Care, Infection Prevention, Operating Theatres, Procurement and many more.
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