Keith Strahan is a registered social worker and a Council Member of the Faculty of Clinical Informatics, as well as being the Principal Clinical Lead on the NHS Digital Social Care Programme. Keith has kindly taken the time to discuss with us how the importance of data protection and cyber security provide a vital opportunity for collaboration within all of health and social care.
About Joe Jubb
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Entries by Joe Jubb
We are seeking volunteers to act as mentors in an informal professional mentorship scheme which is being established by the Faculty.
We are thrilled to announce that, as of the 16th September 2019, the Faculty of Clinical Informatics is a registered charity as granted by the Charity Commission and therefore a fully independent organisation.
Development of the Special Interest Group (SIG) on artificial intelligence is well underway, with the first meeting of the group set to take place on 4th December.
Paul Curley is Consultant Vascular/Trauma Surgeon, Deputy Medical Director for Quality and Safety & Chief Clinical Information Officer at Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust. He is also an alumni of the NHS Digital Academy, Cohort 2. In this blog he discusses the role of the Faculty in professionalising informatics.
The FCI is pleased to announce that our first annual conference will be taking place on Monday 25th November 2019 in the State Rooms at the Royal College of General Practitioners, 30 Euston Square, London.
Joe Dent is an Advanced Clinical Practitioner at Salford Royal Foundation Trust and Lead for Stroke at the College of Paramedics. Joe was kind enough to take the time to discuss his career and interest in informatics with us.
Dr Anoop Shah is a THIS Institute postdoctoral fellow and clinical lecturer at University College London, and honorary consultant in clinical pharmacology and general medicine at University College London Hospitals (UCLH). His research focuses on improving the recording of problems and diagnoses in electronic health records.
Ayesha Rahim is Chief Clinical Information Officer at Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust and is a member of the Faculty. She is a recent graduate of the first cohort of the NHS Digital Academy and is an advisory panel member of the CCIO network. She also sits on the advisory board of Health Tech Digital. Her interests include “mainstreaming” the profession of clinical informatics, and diversity and inclusion in the digital health space, as a steering group member of the Shuri Network.
The Faculty of Clinical Informatics is thrilled to announce the recent launch of the FCI Early Career Group, the first of the Faculty’s Special Interest Groups (SIG).