Health Informatics: Implications for Future Clinical Practitioners – 17 October 2016

We invite clinical students to attend our forthcoming free event at 17:30 on 17 October, at the University of Warwick. The aims of the evening are to:

 

  • offer insights into the integration of digital technology in the practice of the clinicians of the future;
  • enable networking across schools; and
  • provide peer support in a relaxed environment.

 

Presentations will be delivered by:

 

  • Prof Theo Arvanitis, University of Warwick
  • Dr Tim Robbins, Warwick Hospital
  • Kim White, EMIS Health

 

If you are interested in attending, please complete the online booking form by 14 October. For any enquiries, please contact us. Attendance is free and catering will be provided.

 

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17:30

 

18:00

 

 

18:30

 

 

19:00

 

19:20

 

 

19:50

 

20:00

Arrivals and networking

 

The emerging field of health informatics

Prof. Theo Arvanitis, University of Warwick

 

The potential of EHRs for future clinicians

Kim White, EMIS Health

 

Break

 

Medical Leadership: Getting Started

Dr Tim Robbins, Warwick Hospital

 

Discussion

 

End

 

The emerging field of health informatics

Prof. Theo Arvanitis, University of Warwick

“Introduction to Health Informatics” module part of MSc in Healthcare Operational Management

 

The potential of EHRs for future clinicians

Kim White, EMIS Health

Download the PDF

Watch the video

Watch the NHS England Video “Patient Online: the benefits of online test results

 

Medical Leadership: Getting Started

Dr Tim Robbins, Warwick Hospital

Download the PDF

Watch the video



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