WHAT’S ON

WHAT’S ON

In addition to the fantastic conference programme, your Rewired 2022 event pass includes access to a range of networking, Hackday and partner events making it the ultimate digital health festival experience of the year.

SOCIALS

In addition to the fantastic conference programme, your Rewired 2022 event pass includes access to a range of networking, Hackday and partner events making it the ultimate digital health festival experience of the year.

Relax @ Rewired – 15 March

Digital Health are hosting a ticket-only informal get together on the middle night of Rewired after the show has closed: Tuesday 15 March from 18:00. Our exclusive Rewired venue will give you the chance to mix with old friends and meet new faces and catch up on all the excitement of the day’s event. Venue capacity limits apply, so apply for a ticket here!.

Shuri Network Graduation Celebration

The Shuri Network has done so much to promote BAME women in health IT, and Digital Health is thrilled to be hosting a Shuri Fellow Graduation Celebration networking event at Rewired 2022. Find out more about the Shuri network here.

WORKSHOPS

In addition to the fantastic conference programme, your Rewired 2022 event pass includes access to a range of networking, Hackday and partner events making it the ultimate digital health festival experience of the year.

All of our workshops hosted at Rewired will take place in the afternoon of Wednesday 16 March

New World of Digital Nursing
12:30 – 13:30

Lucy Brown, Deputy Director of FNF Academy and FNF Director of Nursing, Robert Cutforth, FNF Senior Learning Technologist and Dione Rogers, CNIO Network, Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust, provide an insight into the future of digital nursing for early digital career nurses, midwives, pharmacists and allied health professionals, embarking on a career in digital healthcare leadership.

Workshop hosts

Lucy Brown – Deputy Director, FNF Academy & Director of Nursing, FNF
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Robert Cutforth – Senior Learning Technologist, FNF
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Dione Rogers – CNIO/Deputy Chief Nurse, Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust
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Jane Dwelly – Vice President International, CHIME
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Register your interest here.

AHPs and Pharmacy: The untapped potential in digital health
13:45-15:45

Panel: 13:45-14:45
Workshop 14:45-15:45

Be a part of the very first AHPs and Pharmacy session at Rewired 2022! Taking place on Wednesday 16 March, we will host two sessions; an informative panel, followed by an interactive workshop, dedicated to AHP and Pharmacy digital leaders.

This is the very first time AHPs and Pharmacy has had an opportunity to come together as digital health leaders and have our own session to show case who we are and what we do, and we encourage you, if you’re a digital leader in this space, to join us.

Panellists:

Chair:

Ali Toft – Allied Health Information Officer Great Ormond Street Hospital
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Chris Tack – Allied Health Professionals Information Officer, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS FT
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Anna Awoliyi – CNIO Nursing and Allied Health Professionals, Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust

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Sarah Thompson – CCIO, Stockport NHS FT
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Workshop Hosts:

Euan McComiskie – Health Informatics Lead, The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
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Ramandeep Kaur – Lead EPMA Pharmacist, Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust
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Register your interest here.

RedPrints
16:00-16:45

This session looks at Blueprints but flips the idea and recommends the things to do to help projects fail. Hence the name RedPrints!

Paul Charnley, the Digital Co-Chair, and James Reed, past Clinical Co-Chair of the Blueprinting Steering Group, will provide a clinical and digital perspective to this session They will describe the way Blueprints are constructed and provide a checklist of the things to avoid in Digital transformation from almost 200 Blueprints produced so far.

The challenge will be to see if you have never made any of the mistakes on the list – you know what they say…..” learn from other people’s mistakes – you won’t live long enough to make them all yourself

Workshop hosts:

Paul Charnley – Digital Lead, Healthy Wirral Partners
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Dr James Reed – CCIO, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS FT
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Register your interest here.

MEETINGS

In addition to the fantastic conference programme, your Rewired 2022 event pass includes access to a range of networking, Hackday and partner events making it the ultimate digital health festival experience of the year.

All of our workshops hosted at Rewired will take place in the afternoon of Wednesday 16 March

London CIO Council  Digital Health Rewired Partner - London CIO Council
Tuesday 15 March

Digital Health Rewired 2022 are hosting The London CIO Council for their March meeting.

The efficient and effective delivery of healthcare is enabled by the innovative deployment of information systems. The continually evolving healthcare landscape, which includes local authorities in the delivery, increases the need for the exchange of timely and accurate data about patients between the different care settings. Common policies and standards are developed at a national level with limited opportunities available for open discussion between the policy and standard setters and those responsible for their implementation. To address these issues in June 2013 the NHS London CIO Council was established with the support from LPP which provides secretarial support to the Council.

The CIO Council provides a single forum bringing together Chief Information Officers and Chief Clinical Information Officers from across the different care settings with representatives from NHS England and NHS Digital.

Find out more here.

Welcome to our International Delegation
Tuesday 15 March

We are delighted to welcome to Rewired a group of delegates from the UK Department of International Trade’s British Embassy in Oslo. Around 40 healthcare IT professionals from the Nordic and Baltic regions, also accompanied by delegates from Israel, will be visiting the show on a fact-finding mission, so if you would like to meet up for a chat with the group, drop us a line here and we can facilitate an introduction for you with their organiser.

Shared Decision Making Council
Wednesday 16 March

Shared Professional Decision-Making: putting collective leadership into practice. The principles of shared decision-making ensure that agreement is reached in an inclusive and collaborative way.

When applied between professionals the process of shared decision-making offers a non-hierarchical approach to collective leadership. This can drive forwards quality and service improvements, supporting innovation and delivering better outcomes for individuals, populations and staff.

The Digital Shared Decision Making Council join us at Rewired for their March meeting.

ROUNDTABLES

At Rewired this year, we are running five fabulous intimate roundtable sessions over the two days, refreshments provided:

Session 1: Tuesday 15 March: 12:30-14:00
Super charging the adoption of innovation in the NHS.

Session 2: Tuesday 15 March: 12:30-14:00
Why community diagnostic centres need plugging into the wider ecosystem before being turned on.

Session 3: Tuesday 15 March: 12:30-14:00
How can we use digital identity to unlock digital transformation in the NHS and social care?

Session 4: Tuesday 15 March: 14:30-16:00
How can “Patient Engagement” help address the backlog?

Session 5: Wednesday 16 March: 10:00-11:30
Picturing the possible – the future of connectivity and sharing data

If you would like to participate in any of the sessions, please click on the session title to enquire for free spaces.

If you have any questions about them, pop us a line: events@digitalhealth.net.

FCI Early Careers Group Roundtable 

This group aims to represent and support people on their first steps into clinical informatics.

The number of clinicians starting out a career in clinical informatics is increasing and the routes into the specialty are extremely varied.

If you are at an early point in your clinical informatics career and want to join the group, then we will welcome you with open arms, regardless of your clinical experience or background.

Register your interest:

Tuesday 15 March 14:30-15:30

Wednesday 16 March 12:30-13:30

HACKATHON

In addition to the fantastic conference programme, your Rewired 2022 event pass includes access to a range of networking, Hackday and partner events making it the ultimate digital health festival experience of the year.

INTEROPen Health and Social Care Hackday 15-16 March  Digital Health Rewired Parnter - Interopen

Running across the two days of Rewired in the executive suite will be INTEROPen’s Health and Social Care Hackday bringing teams of developers together to push the limits of health and care integrations. Coffee, code and innovation guaranteed. Visit their website here.

SPONSORs

COVID-19 Update:

We are following the most recent government guidelines on gov.uk for events, issued on 27 January:

  • You no longer need to wear a face covering, but consider wearing one in crowded, enclosed spaces where you may come into contact with people you do not normally meet.
  • You no longer have to show your NHS COVID Pass at venues and events.

As organisers, your welfare is paramount to us at Rewired. Over the two days of the show the venue team will be operating a vigorous cleaning programme during the show open hours. We will provide free individual hand sanitisers and face masks at the show entrance if you wish to take any. We ask that you respect other people’s decisions on mask wearing and be conscious of other people’s distancing preferences.