The smart hospitals and sensors session will explore latest developments in patient sensors and smart technology in hospitals, including continuous wearable respiratory rate monitoring in acute hospital wards.
digital lead, New Hospitals Programme, NHS Lancashire and South Cumbria ICB
Steven is a keen advocate of what technology can do to help improve peoples’ lives and how it can be practically applied to do that. As digital lead for Lancashire and South Cumbria’s two new hospitals he works with a talented and passionate team of NHS, commercial, public-sector, and academic colleagues to co-design their future hospitals.
consultant respiratory physician, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
Sherif Gonem is a respiratory physician in Nottingham with a research interest in applications of AI and big data in medicine. He is currently investigating the use of AI-based scoring systems and wearable technology for detecting patient deterioration in hospital. He is the recipient of an MRC Clinical Academic Research Partnership award and has recently received a grant from the NHS Transformation Directorate to introduce wearable respiratory rate monitors at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.
head of IT, MMUH, Sandwell & West Birmingham Hospitals Trust
Mark Taylor, Sherif Gonem, Steven Hipwell