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Northern Ireland Connected Health Ecosystem (NICH) Gathering
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22/11/2018
When: Thursday, November 22, 2018
Where: Centre for Experimental Medicine (QUB)
Lisburn Road
Belfast
United Kingdom

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Northern Ireland Connected Health Ecosystem 

a member of the ECHAlliance International Connected Health Ecosystem Network

22nd November 2018

Belfast, Northern Ireland  

We are delighted to announce confirmed speakers and topics for the NICH Eco gathering.

Keynote speaker: Richard Pengelly, Permanent Secretary, Department of Health Northern Ireland

Embracing a data Enabled Culture: Grasping the Nettle for enhanced health and wellbeing

  • Professor Mark Lawler, Associate Director, Health Data Research Wales Northern Ireland / Chair in Translational Cancer Genomics, Queens University, Belfast

Development of the GP Intelligence Platform

  • Dr Brendan O’Brien, Consultant Clinical Informatics Specialist, Health & Safety Executive
  • Dr Margaret O'Brien, Head of General Medical Services / Assistant Director Integrated Care, Health & Social Care Board

Qlikview – Data Driving Enhanced Performance Accountability

  • Rosemary Farrell, Assistant Director Informatics, Northern Health & Social Care Trust
  • Emma Hannaway, Head of Performance and Information, South Eastern Health & Social Care Trust

Showcasing NI Capability, Capacity and Innovations in Health & Wellness

  • Elaine Armstrong, Head of Marketing, Cirdan

The potential for Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Healthcare

  • Cathy Coomber, AI Collaborative Network NI

International Ecosystem Network Update

  • Damian O’Connor, Director Ecosystem Development, ECHAlliance


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Thank you to our hosts Queen's University Belfast for supporting this NICH-ECO gathering.


 

ECHAlliance members wishing to attend should contact heather@echalliance.com

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