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Digital Health & Care Breakfast Club

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City Observatory, University of Strathclyde,The Technology and Innovation Centre

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The first Digital Health & Care Breakfast Meet-up in association with the ECHAlliance, re-launching A Scottish Ecosystem for Innovation.


The Digtal Health & Care Institute's Breakfast Club

The breakfast club is an opportunity for senior health and care professionals, industry, academia and those interested in digital health and care to come together to explore emerging technologies, share knowledge and experience and speak with key players within the health and care sector - plus it’s an opportunity to grab a cheeky breakfast butty and coffee on us!

At each breakfast meet-up you will hear the latest activity and findings from DHI and the current opportunities in the Scottish Ecosystem for Innovation.


November Breakfast Meet-up

The first Breakfast Meet-up will take place on 22nd November in the City Observatory, Technology and Innovation Centre, University of Strathclyde, themed to GDPR in digital health and care. The meet-up will also see the re-launch of the Scottish Ecosystem for Innovation in partnership with the Digital Health & Care Institute (DHI) and the ECHAlliance

PROGRAMME

8.00 - 8.10 - Coffee and butties

8.10 - 8.25 - Welcome from George Crooks, update on DHI's priorities and what this means for you.

8.25 - 8.30 - ECHAlliance - Relaunch of A Scottish Ecosystem for Innovation and the Ecosystem Network.

8.30 - 8.45 - GDPR

8.45 - 8.55 - Networking opportunities

8.55 - Seats taken for the Digital Health and Care Conference


Speakers

Professor Jacqui Taylor


Jacqui is recognised as one of the 100 most powerful UK entrepreneurs and has been awarded
an Honorary Doctorate of Science in recognition of her IoT work.


After implementing a banking regulatory change programme with Web 3.0 tools she co-founded
FlyingBinary a web science company which changes the world with data, one of the original 250
TechCity companies. She is a high profile mentor in the world’s number one digital hub, Tech
City. Jacqui mentors Founders specifically to accelerate their technology and funding options for
growth.


An appointment for the third year as an Independent Ministerial Advisor in the Cabinet Office of
H.M. Government recognised her as a web scientist of influence in the era of Big Data and the
Internet of Things (IoT). Her company FlyingBinary has been recognised with an IoT international
techtrailblazer award. She is personally recognised as one of the UKs most influential Women in Tech,one of the 34 IoT Influencers on twitter and one of the 20 global entrepreneurs to watch as part of #GEW2016.

Jacqui collaborated with datajournalism thought leaders to produce her fourth publication, a
new PhD primer for journalism using her web science work which connects 34 million citizens
across the web. She has articulated the global future of the data journalism industry, she
co-founded. As a prominent leader in the the Digital Enlightenment Forum, Jacqui contributed a
chapter to the European Yearbook and presented a new Trust and Privacy model which will
underpin the Future of IoT in Europe. As a Visiting Professor at LSBU she is articulating the
contribution of the Internet of Things to the New and Convergent Media domains.


Her company has been successfully awarded all nine frameworks under H. M. Government’s
industry leading cloud initiative, G-Cloud and is recognised as one of the 100 UK companies
transforming government using GovTech. FlyingBinary’s latest innovations are underpinning
Secured European Cloud Services for Big Data and IoT, which implement GDPR and have no
reliance on Privacy Shield arrangements.


She is an expert lead for the British Standards Institute (BSI) team with international colleagues
on the top level ISO technical Committee and is the editor for two ISO Smart City standards. As
the technical author for the latest British Standards Institute Smart City standard she has
articulated the future role of IoT data and services and their value in the domain.


Brian O'Connor

After growing up in Belfast, Northern Ireland, Brian developed his career as a consultant, manager and investor. He has worked in the UK, US and Hong Kong and has vast experience as a company director in a variety of industries and professions. He has raised significant sums for companies through both private equity and structures and exchange listings. Through his long established consultancy company, Corporate Direction Ltd, he is currently providing strategic advice to Governments, International organisations and companies on the challenges facing healthcare in general and specifically on the Connected Health opportunity.

Professor George Crooks OBE

Former Chairman of the Digital Health & Care Institute for its phase one delivery, George now takes the place of CEO for phase two of DHI's development.

Prior to joining DHI, George was CEO of NHS24, which he joined in September 2006 as Medical Director.

George’s role with NHS 24 encompassed supporting the governance, quality and safety of all clinical services; developing new services in partnership with other NHS organisations and leadership and management oversight of the Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare. George was involved in the design, development and delivery of digital tools and services that support the redesign of health and care services to empower service users and carers and strengthen the integration of health and care services.

Prior to his role at NHS24, George was a General Practitioner in Aberdeen for 22 years. He subsequently became Director of Primary Care for NHS Grampian, with responsibility for all community-based independent contractor services.

George has a particular interest in the field of unscheduled care, including the development of common assessment and triage processes across the NHS and the use of technology to support the delivery of high quality patient care to the population of Scotland.

George was awarded an OBE in the Queen’s New Year Honours List 2011 for services to healthcare.

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