Digital Health Rewired, in association with the Royal College of Radiologists, is hosting a dedicated Digital Imaging conference on Tuesday 26 March at London Olympia.
Join us for a compelling programme of Continuing Personal Development (CPD) accredited sessions and the Royal College of Radiologists Informatics meeting.
Get inspired from those at the cutting edge of the digital revolution, gain practical actionable insights, meet your peers and connect with leading suppliers.
Dr Nicola Strickland is president of the Royal College of Radiologists and a consultant radiologist at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. Nicola will outline the key role radiology plays in the whole of medicine, surgery, cancer and trauma, as well as provide delegates with an understanding of how digitally advanced radiology is compared with other areas of medicine, particularly in relation to the development of AI.
Dr Christina Messiou is an oncology radiologist working at the Royal Marsden specialising in the imaging of myeloma, melanoma and soft tissue sarcoma. In her presentation in the Rewired AI and Analytics conference she will set out the potential of AI to improve the productivity of body MRI scanning, and deliver benefits to patients. Dr Messiou will outline the joint MALAMA research programme between the Royal Marsden and Imperial.
2:10pm – 2:55pm
Dr Neelam Dugar, consultant radiologist, Royal College of Radiologists
AI and the future of Digital Imaging
3:00pm – 3:30pm
Dr Nicola Strickland, president, RCR
AI and MRI scans
3:30pm – 4:00pm
Dr Christina Messiou, oncology radiologist, The Royal Marsden NHS FT
Image exchange portal
1:20pm – 2:05pm
Dr Nick Hollings, consultant radiologist, Royal College of Radiologists
Teaching and Clinical File Export Profile
12:00pm – 12:45pm
Dr Jon Benham, consultant radiologist, Royal College of Radiologists
Agfa presentation: Yorkshire Imaging Collaborative
4:00pm – 4:30pm
Daniel Fascia, clinical lead, Transformation Yorkshire Imaging Collaborative
Make sure you have registered your place today.