Bringing together leading consultants and innovators from throughout the business, this one-day occasion may even provide unparalleled access to key resolution-makers. Digital Healthcare is co-situated with Healh+Care, so not only will the occasion show you what the long run looks like for you, your organisation and the individuals it cares for, however in contrast to another convention, we focus on providing you with the practical tools and knowledge it’s essential to embrace digital transformation throughout your complete health and care sector.
DH 2017 will cover a large spectrum of topics including communities of observe and social networks, analytics and engagement with monitoring and monitoring wearable devices, huge knowledge, public well being surveillance, persuasive applied sciences, epidemic intelligence, participatory surveillance, catastrophe and emergency drugs, serious games for public health interventions and automated early identification of well being threats and response.
At Digital Health 2017, held for the first time as an unbiased occasion, a brand new strategic theme will probably be introduced: emergency and humanitarian medication addressing acute needs of natural and manmade disasters will leverage opportunities created by geo-situated massive information, mobile know-how and crowdsourcing for enhancing resilience, early warning and response to disasters and emergencies.
Elsewhere within the report there’s a helpful account of how conceptions of digital literacy have advanced in the UK and Ireland, with proof of how broadly used are the digital literacy growth pyramid (myself and Rhona Sharpe, 2009), the Jisc definition of digital literacies (myself and Allison Littlejohn and Lou McGill, 2010) and the two frameworks I developed for Jisc in 2010 and 2015.