Dundee Smart Care Convention Programme
Dundee's Technology Enabled Care Strategy - 12:10 to 13:00
Presentation and engagement session on Dundee's draft Technology Enabled Care Strategy.
Alexis Chappell - Locality Manager, Dundee Health & Social Care Partnership.
Florence - home health monitoring - 13:10 to 13:40
A Tayside GP is currently piloting the Florence home mobile health monitoring system. A fantastic example of what can be done when technology is used to support both the patient and clinician.
Shona Burge - Florence Development Officer.
Digital Health & Care Institute - 13:50 to 14:20
The groundbreaking Digital Health and Care Institute is at the heart of radical change, championing new ways of encouraging technological innovation. This talk will focus on the 5-year vision for digital healthcare.
Joanne Boyle - Industry Health and Care Manager.
3 Rings and M2M Cloud - The Internet of Things - 14:30 to 15:00
What is the Internet of Things (IoT)?
This talk will look at the ways in which the IoT can be used to revolutionise the way we work, the services we provide or receive, and the impact at a local level.
ALISS and NHS Inform - 15:10 to 15:40
NHS Inform and ALISS are working together to create comprehensive local and national web based information for Scotland. A prime example of how software development can change the way we access essential information.
Clever Cogs - 15:50 to 16:30
Blackwood is developing an IT system which enables residents with disabilities to open their curtains, order shopping, request care when required and watch their favourite movies. SMART technology in the home is providing a far greater level of independence and allowing improved engagement, Blackwood make it their priority to be leading the way.
Main conference ends - 16:30
Information Session - 16:30 17:30
A session aimed at carers and people who receive care - how technology can be used to enhance care and allow people to live independently for longer.
About the Convention
Technology Enabled Care sounds like a complicated subject, we understand that with so many possibilities and areas to explore the landscape can be intimidating. However, all it really boils down to is using technology in an innovative way to solve complex problems and place people at the heart of our goals. Local development is moving at an astonishing rate - this convention aims connect, inform, and celebrate those that are making a difference in the world of technological innovation.
Transformation of services is happening across all sectors, the key to making that transition as pleasant as possible is partnership. Working together, sharing knowledge, developing new ideas that help improve the services we provide and use.
If you are interested in advances in technology, the Internet of Things, or the developments in this field at a local and national level – please come along and take part.
This year we have attracted some incredibly interesting speakers; it’s not to be missed.
Come and see some of the innovations, talk to people from the Health & Social Care Partnership, local voluntary organisations and commercial companies.
This is a great opportunity to find out more about what technology can do for you, your patients or the people you care for.
Entry is free, but please book a ticket as this will be a popular event.
Look forward to seeing you..
The DVA team.
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