System C and Florence Nightingale Foundation have partnered up for a second year for their digital leadership development training programme.
In our second Digital Health Awards 2022 winner profile we hear from Peter Thomas, who was named CCIO of the Year during Summer Schools in York.
Speaking at Summer Schools 2022 in York on July 15, Natasha Phillips introduced the review, which was first launched in May 2022.
A trio from the Digital Health Networks reflect on a session from Rewired 2022 which looked at the untapped potential of AHPS and pharmacists.
A focus on the work being done by nurses in the digital health space is a new feature of Digital Health Rewired 2022 which is taking place in March.
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Jo Dickson said she wants to help make sure “the clinical voice is embedded within everything that is happening with digital”.
The chair of the CNIO Network has called on her fellow digital nurses to “be a stronger voice” and help to “drive and influence” the agenda.
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The description aims to address “inconsistencies” in the remits of CCIO roles, according to the Faculty of Clinical Informatics (FCI).
Our next volunteer is Ronke Adejolu who is the associate CNIO at NHSX as well as a Digital Health CCIO Advisory Panel and Shuri Network member.
System C and Florence Nightingale Foundation have designed a training programme for professionals embarking on a career in digital healthcare leadership.