Come and hear from brilliant female digital leaders, trailblazers and pioneers transforming health and care, at Rewired24.  

To commemorate International Women’s Day, we’re shining a light on nine remarkable female speakers who will share their digital stories, successes and expertise with thousands of delegates next week in Birmingham.

  • Prof Jane Eddleston, Joint Group Medical Director, Manchester University NHS FT will share her experiences of leading clinical digital transformation projects at scale, on the Digital Leadership and Teams Stage.
  • Dr Shera Chok, Co-Founder and Chair, The Shuri Network will be discussing how to support the next generation health CIOs and CTOs.
  • Helen Thomas, CEO of Digital Health & Care Wales will bring a Welsh perspective on how digital is integral to the future NHS and wider UK economy.
  • Ming Tang, Chief Data and Analytics Officer, NHS England joins Palantir for a keynote on transforming how the NHS delivers care.
  • Dr Annabelle Painter, Clinical AI fellow, Artificial Intelligence Centre for Value Based Healthcare, takes part in a Live AI bake-off: ChatGPT vs human doctors.
  • Prof Greta Westwood, CEO of Florence Nightingale Foundation joins a packed keynote panel to call out key recent achievements in digital nursing and midwifery.
  • Dr Crystal Oldman, CEO of The Queen’s Nursing Institute will speak on innovative digital solutions to support excellent nursing care in a wide range of community settings.
  • Dr Nadine Hachach-Haram, CEO and founder of Proximie joins an impressive speaker panel who will share how they are leading on spreading innovation across the NHS.
  • Dr Jessica Morley, Postdoctoral Researcher, Digital Ethics Center, Yale University, joins an unmissable keynote panel to address the nations priorities and funding session.

Join us and connect with them at Rewired24. The event is free for NHS and public sector professionals. All sessions are CPD-accredited by the FEDIP. Private sector tickets start from £475+VAT. Online registration closes tomorrow (8th March 20224) at 12pm. 

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