Faculty Fellow Euan McComiskie is UK Health Informatics Lead for the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and has been working within physiotherapy in Scotland for over a decade. In this article, Euan discusses the growing importance of informatics within physiotherapy across the UK and the steps he and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy are taking to ensure practitioners are appropriately guided and educated within the growing digital health and care landscape.
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The following professionals were accepted as Associates by the Faculty Council in February 2019 and informed on 13th February 2019.
The following professionals were accepted as Members by the Faculty Council in February 2019 and informed on 13th February 2019.
The following professionals were accepted as Fellows by the Faculty Council in February 2019 and informed on 13th February 2019.
The Faculty of Clinical Informatics has embarked on a landmark Core Competency Project, which is a vital first step towards professionalising clinical informatics in the UK by defining key attributes for accreditation.
The Faculty of Clinical Informatics’ membership is set to more than double with the exciting new addition of over 200 members, including Member and Associate categories for the first time.
Dr Chris Paton, Head of the Global Health Informatics research group in the Centre for Tropical Medicine and Global Health at the University of Oxford, discusses the role of clinical informatics in improving clinical usability and safety.
The Faculty of Clinical Informatics welcomes the publication of the Topol Review, having been asked to input expertise around clinical informatics as part of one of the invited panel sessions. We are delighted to be mentioned as part of the recommended action plan for implementing improvements in educating and accrediting the multi-professional NHS workforce and we look forward to being part of the collaborative effort to educate and empower clinical informaticians working in health and care.
Exciting opportunity to join the Faculty of Clinical Informatics as Business Manager; Fixed-term with the possibility to go permanent. Deadline 24th February 2019.
Professor Trisha Greenhalgh is Professor of Primary Care Health Sciences at the University of Oxford, a practising GP and a Founding Fellow of the Faculty. In this insightful blog, Trisha reflects on the role of government and technology within the NHS, challenges being faced, and offers her thoughts on how these issues might be tackled.