Newsletter - 5 Nov 2016
- Wrap up from recent workshops, details of upcoming workshop
- "Health Data in the Real World"
- "Hardware Hacking for Health: A Beginner's Guide"
- 1st December: "Designing Personalised Interventions"
- Next DHOx Seminar - "A Big Picture View of Digital Health"
- DHOx seminar videos now available
- "Open Source and Open Standards" from September
- "UX and Co-Design" from October
- GIANT Health Event - London, Nov 16th - 18th - 50% discount for the DHOx community
- Innovation Forum Oxford - Entrepreneurship Lecture Series
Wrap up from recent workshops, and next up
Firstly, a huge thank you to everyone for helping to make the last two workshops, over the last couple of weeks, so successful. We're writing up a couple of blog posts on these and will post them over the next few days. Particular thanks to Kellie and Regina from Databasix, and to Cyan from Incuna, for running these workshops.
The next workshop will be 'Designing Personalised Interventions', delivered by the fantastic Ctrl Group, on Thursday 1st December. We'll be back in the JR for this workshop, in the George Pickering Education Centre, and huge thanks go to OUCAGS for their help and support with this. More details and signup are on the DHOx Meetup page.
DHOx Seminar - A Big Picture View of Digital Health - 29th November, Oxford Brookes
We're very lucky to have a double-header later this month with two talks from people with a big picture view of digital health, its impact, and future roadmap. It's great to also be back hosting this seminar up the hill in Headington, in the Kennedy Room at Oxford Brookes. The two speakers are Tracey Grainger, Head of Digital Primary Care Development, NHS England, and Dominic McKenny, Chief Information Officer at Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust. We'll be posting more details online shortly, but signup on the Meetup page to get your place for the the final evening seminar of 2016.
Videos now available from Sept and Oct
Videos from the evening seminars in September and October and now available on the DHOx Vimeo page. Specific videos are:
Oct 2016 - UX and Co-design in Healthcare
- NHS.UK - Digitally connecting patients to health services
- Ctrl Group - Dementia Citizens, a Citizen Science Platform
- OARS - the Oxford Acute Referrals System
- Let's Talk FGM - an App to Facilitate a Difficult Conversation
Sept 2016 - Open Source and Open Standards in Healthcare
- Shane Tickell - IMS MAXIMS
- David Miller - Open Healthcare UK
- Tim Benson -Healthcare Interoperability, Deceptively Difficult
The GIANT Health Event - 50% discount for DHOx community
The GIANT Health Event is a three day conference from 16-18 November in London (South Bank) and they've offered a 50% discount to the DHOx community. The schedule looks like a fantastic three days, with some wonderful speakers and the added benefit of CPD credits. Full details of the http://www.gianthealthevent.com/#tile_registration_anchor and use the discount code DHOx50 for a 50% off the list price.
"The GIANT Health Event is focused on bringing ideas, technologies and people together both within and outside the health space. Using a dynamic, interdisciplinary forum, it will create, shape and celebrate new thinking in health innovation that will translate to helping people live better lives.
See here for the exciting speakers at GIANT:
John Nosta – digital health evangelist and health advisor to Google, and Shafi Ahmed – global surgeon and virtual reality pioneer – will chair a 3-day multi-disciplinary immersion into this fascinating and rapidly changing world.
Aubrey de Grey, Cambridge educated biomedical gerontologist, who maintains that aging is not inevitable and can be slowed down if it's approached as ‘an engineering problem’.
Ali Parsa, Babylon Health CEO, will look at the rise of the Robot Doctor and the use of artificial intelligence to triage care and make diagnoses better than a qualified medical professional.
Ben Maruthappu, Co-Founder, NHS Innovation Accelerator, will discuss how to move the NHS from ‘sickcare’ to ‘wellcare’.
Scott Andrew, Head of Health at Samsung, will examine whether tomorrow’s technology is truly the answer to today’s healthcare challenges."
Innovation Forum Oxford lecture series
In case you weren't aware, the Oxford branch of Innovation Forum are running a lecture series on Entrepreneurship in Health and Life Sciences. Coming up in the next month are:
- Lecture 3 (9th Nov 2016)
- How to explore business tools to develop and evaluate your idea - Lean Canvas
- Lecture 4 (30th Nov 2016)
- How to define your target market
- Lecture 5 (7th Dec 2016)
- How to protect your idea
Details and signup are on Eventbrite
Thanks for reading, have a great evening! Richie
Posted in Newsletter on Nov 05, 2016