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The Faculty of Clinical Informatics – the Emperor’s new clothes or the route to professionalisation of clinical informatics?

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.

"We are at the start of a journey to 'mainstream' the work of clinical informatics": Ayesha Rahim discusses the importance of clinical informaticians for digital transformation

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 stars are starting to align.": Dr Brendan O'Brien on the Faculty of Clinical Informatics

Dr Brendan O’Brien is Consultant Clinical Informatics Specialist for Northern Ireland and has been involved with the development of the Faculty of Clinical Informatics from the outset. Read about his professional journey so far, and his future aspirations for clinical informaticians in health and social care.