CCIO, CNIO, CMIO, CMidIO, CAHPIO, CPIO, CRIO, COIO, CXIO…..the list goes on…..does your title in the digital clinical sphere really matter? Do you see jobs with different titles, and wonder if you can/should apply? At Rewired 2023, a group of passionate digital clinical leaders from a range of healthcare professions kickstarted the big debate on What’s in a name. And this year, we are back, with a new generation of digital clinical leaders, to debate the topic but also, support our Birmingham Declaration with some tangible outcomes and a publication, on digital clinical careers within the NHS. Join us to be part of the big debate!
director of clinical informatics (CCIO), Oxford University Hospitals NHS FT
Bishoy is the Chief Clinical Information Officer (Director for Clinical Informatics) for Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He is also the Vice – Chair for the CCIO Advisory Panel to provide a support and direction for the CCIO community nationally. He also has digital health start-up experience as the Chief Medical Officer of Lister, a task management application aiming to eliminate paper job lists for both Doctors and Nurses.
Bishoy is keen to utilise his skills in operational management, innovation and leadership to provide impactful change in the NHS to support staff to deliver better care for patients.
CxIO (nursing, midwifery and AHPs), University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS FT
Leah Parry, a specialist physiotherapist turned transformative leader, who spearheaded an ambitious digital strategy at Glos Hospitals Acute Trust. She has played an instrumental role in award-winning initiatives and the successful implementations of EPR, EpMA, Order Comms, PACs, and maternity systems.
Currently the CxIO for Nursing, Midwifery, and AHPs at University Hospitals Bristol and Weston, Leah is an advocate for the pivotal inclusion of the clinical voice in all digital change’
chief clinical information officer, Stockport NHS FT
Holly Carr is a registered Paediatric Nurse with a passion for patient safety and quality improvement. Holly started her digital career at Sheffield Children’s Hospital before undertaking a Digital Leadership Scholarship and Fellowship with the Florence Nightingale Foundation. After completing her fellowship, Holly was appointed as Associate Chief Nursing Information Officer at NHSx, working across both the Digital Nursing and Digital Clinical Safety agenda.
Holly joined Stockport NHS Foundation Trust as Chief Clinical Information Officer for Clinicians, Nurses, Midwives and AHPs where she continues to lead digital transformation and has developed a passion for digital clinical safety and data driven quality improvement.
lead digital midwife, Kettering General Hospital NHS FT
chief clinical information officer, University Hospitals of Northamptonshire NHS Group
I am an enthusiastic individual, who is passionate about digital innovation and transformation, clinical informatics and raising the profile of Pharmacy and AHPs in the digital world. I am currently the Chief Clinical Information Officer at University Hospitals of Northamptonshire. I have completed the Digital Health.London Pioneer Fellowship and Digital Health Leadership Academy programme. I am proud to be co vice chair of the CCIO advisory panel, Faculty of Clinical Informatics and Shuri Network member.
Bishoy Dimitri, Holly Carr, Laura Bissell, Leah Parry, Ramandeep Kaur