Leeds Workshop

 

Leeds Workshop

Date: Monday 10 September 2012
Time: 13.30hrs to 17.00hrs (Registration opens 13.00hours)
Venue: Seminar Room G.31, Leeds University Business School, Maurice Keyworth Building, The University of Leeds, Leeds LS6 1AN
Booking: Click here to book your free place

This is a free half-day launch workshop to introduce you to HANDI and tell you some of the things you need to know to create a successful health or care app. The presentations will be followed by an opportunity for informal networking - You are welcome to bring your app to show other delegates.

The programme for the afternoon is as follows:

13.00  Registration

13.30  Welcome and Introduction - Eunice Bamgboye

13.35   Hello HANDI - Ewan Davis

13.50  Apps in the Clinical Domain  - What does not work, What Works & Why? - Dr James Tattersall

Dr James Tattersall is a specialty doctor in renal medicine at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. He is also Medical director for Mediqal Health Informatics Limited, a company which provides clinical software. He has been working in renal medicine for 28 years, providing clinical care directly and as an application developer. His work has been focused and improving clinical care through research and development of better technology. He has numerous publications in the field of dialysis technology and kidney failure and is involved in the development of clinical guidelines.

* Talk – 10 mins
* Audience Activity – 10 mins
* Q & A - 5 mins

14.15 Apps for Patients - What does not work, What Works & Why? - Jane Wood

Jane Wood is the Director of MiHealth - Jane has developed and implemented a personalised service for cancer patients in the NHS and private sector.  She also worked on the development of tools for people with long term conditions and more recently with the Mental Health Foundation working with young people to develop services that support their needs.  Jane’s interests are in art, culture, health & wellbeing and people centred innovation.

The presentation will share insights from the development of patient centred digital services.

* Talk – 10 mins
* Audience Activity – 10 mins
* Q & A - 5 mins

14.40 Apps for Healthcare Education - Lessons from developing e.books as a Clinical Learning Resource - Nick Crohn

Nick qualified as a Diagnostic Radiographer at the Manchester School of Radiography in 1991. He became interested in clinical education in the late 90s while working at Wigan and became Lecturer Practitioner at Hull in 2001.  Since then he has moved into a lecturing post at The University of Leeds and is currently working as the Clinical Coordinator.

He is a self confessed geek, getting his first computer at the age of 10.  He is currently developing electronic media and tablet devices for use in clinical education.

* Talk – 10 mins
* Audience Activity – 10 mins
* Q & A - 5 mins

15.05  Tea & Coffee + Cakes

15.30 Health Care Policy (IG) Considerations in Healthcare Apps Development  - Andrew Glover

Andrew Glover is the Head of Information Governance Leeds Teaching Hospitals - Andrew will be speaking on general principles that people need to be aware regarding appropriate information governance when using apps in health care to give insight on the development of apps that are clinical risk free

* Talk – 10 mins
* Audience Activity – 10 mins
* Q & A - 5 mins

15:55 Using Health Care Data to develop useful Apps - Mark Barrett

Mark Barrett - Health and Social Care Information Centre, and founder of FineFettleApps.com - Mark has worked in the digital industry for almost 15 years, managing websites for Ferrari, Maserati, Travelodge, and many others. Now working for the Health & Social Care Information Centre, Mark manages the surfacing of around 2,000 indicators. In his spare time Mark produces iPhone apps, the first being "GP Ratings" which uses health data to help people make choices about their care based on a number of different indicators.

* Talk – 10 mins
* Audience Activity – 10 mins
* Q & A - 5 mins

16.20 Apps Interoperability & Standards - Current Issues - Tim Benson

Tim Benson has a long track record in health informatics. Current projects include patient reported outcomes (howRU), patient experience (howRwe), patient controlled information sharing (miConsent) and his book "Principles of Health Interoperability HL7 and SNOMED" (see www.abies.co.uk).

* Talk – 10 mins
* Audience Activity – 10 mins
* Q & A - 5 mins

16.45 Thanks & Closing Remarks - Eunice Bamgboye

17.00 Close of formal session

Informal networking

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SatNav Coordinates

LS6 1AN
OS Grid Ref SE 292 350
LAT 53.8104745517° 53° 48' 37.7084''
LON -1.5580408042° -1° 33' 28.9469''

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