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The Faculty of Clinical Informatics is pleased to announce its Annual Scientific Conference which will include national and international keynote speakers and cover a range of digital health topics including: Patient Data, Artificial Intelligence, and Digital Training
We are delighted that Professor Bob Wachter, Chair, Dept of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco has accepted our invitation to be the International Prestigious Lecturer at the conference. Bob was rated the most influential physician-executive in the U.S. in 2016, and his tweets on Covid-19 have been viewed over 300 million times by his 200,000 followers. His 2015 book, “The Digital Doctor,” was a New York Times bestseller. His “Wachter Report” commissioned by the NHS in 2016 helped guide the NHS’s digital strategy for the past five years. He will be in conversation with Rachel Dunscombe, Head of the NHS Digital Academy Leadership Programme, in a session entitled, “Do All Informaticians now need a ‘Driving Licence’ for Health Informatics?”
Instructional courses will focus on:
- Research in Informatics
- Skill Developments for Digital Pharmacists
- Training in Digital Nursing
- How Social Media can be used by AHPs
- Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) in supporting
- Clinical Medicine
- What Digital support is needed now for GPs
- Supporting Dental Practices with Digitisation
- Integrated Care Systems
- Developing Job Specifications for Informaticians
The Faculty of Clinical Informatics has been established as the multi-disciplinary professional body for all health and social care qualified individuals working as informaticians across the UK.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
In addition to presentations from invited speakers, a portion of the Conference is reserved for 12 scientific papers.
We are now inviting the submission of abstracts both for presentation in the main programme and for poster presentations. This call for abstracts is open to both non-members and members of the Faculty.
The best abstracts will be selected by a panel of judges. All decisions are final and at the judges’ discretion.
Sessions in the main programme will be presented orally. Each presenter is allocated a 10-minute session followed by a 10-minute joint question and answer session in the most suitable sector of the conference programme. If your abstract is selected for an oral presentation, you will receive a free delegate place for the whole of the conference (please note, you will be expected to attend the duration of the conference and speakers selected from the call for abstracts do not receive a speaker fee or expenses). If your abstract is accepted as an ePoster you will get a 25% discount on your Conference Registration Fee.
GUIDELINES FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION
All abstracts should be completed via this online form
Closing date for submissions; extended to: Monday 7th February 2022