Get the inside track on how three NHS organisations are making effective use of patient engagement platforms and approaches at scale, with a shared focus on inclusion and usability. Our experts will present on the usability of the NHS App for Autistic Adults; digital inclusion in ophthalmology; and remote smartphone app based management of atrial fibrillation.
Dr Mala Ubhi
clinical advisor, Transformation Directorate NHS England; and clinical digital lead and clinical lead for mental health, learning disability, autism, and inequalities, NHS Gloucestershire
Mala is an NHS clinical leader with multilevel insights from her local, regional, and national roles. Mala is a longstanding GP Partner in Cheltenham and a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners; Gloucestershire’s Integrated Care System Clinical Digital Lead and Clinical Lead for Learning Disabilities, Autism, Mental Health, and Inequalities; and Clinical Advisor for NHSE. Mala’s passions centre on neuroinclusive approaches, coproduction, user-centred design, and the human beings at the heart of services. Mala is also an NHS Digital Academy alumnus and completed independent research around the NHS App, contributing to a Master’s in Digital Health Leadership.
Amrit Kaur Sehmi
digital transformation project manager, Moorfields Eye Hospital and orthoptic clinical educator, UCL
Amrit is an experienced Orthoptist and currently working in a dual role as Digital Transformation Project Manager at Moorfields Eye Hospital and UCL Orthoptic Clinical Educator. She previously completed the Darzi fellowship, where she led on the agenda of digital exclusion for Moorfields, working towards solutions for digital inclusion for patients and staff.
lead arrhythmia nurse specialist, Mid and South Essex University FT Trust
Sharon Toora is the Lead Arrhythmia nurse specialist of the Essex Cardiothoracic Centre, Basildon. She has over 20 years cardiology experience working with patients who have complex arrhythmia and device related pathology. She has pioneered the development of the nurse-led end to end pathways to managing patients with arrhythmias.
As a Cardiology Steward, she sits on the CVD Prevention Programme Board for the Mid and South Essex ICS. She is passionate about digital innovation and patient empowered approach to its care delivery. Her research interests include digital solutions used in remote monitoring to improve patient care.
Amrit Kaur Sehmi, Mala Ubhi, Sharon Toora