Digital Health Unplugged Archive
Digital Health Unplugged is published on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and many of your other favourite podcast platforms.
We aim to publish episodes on a monthly basis but this can change due to unforeseen circumstances.
Our next episode is due to be published in September and will feature a panel of our 35 under 35 Summer School bursary placeholders. Future topics include recent cyber incidents and a news team debrief.
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In the latest episode of Digital Health Unplugged we take a look at Queertech and why it’s needed in the health and care system.
The latest Digital Health Unplugged is now live – this time debating the topic of patient consent and data sharing in health.
AI and Analytics
In this episode of Digital Health Unplugged we hear from the four finalists of this year’s Rewired Pitchfest competition about their journey as a start-up.
As more Covid restrictions are eased, Digital Health Unplugged asks if the momentum we’ve seen with digital services during the pandemic can be maintained.
The latest Digital Health Unplugged is now live. In this episode we take a look at digital technology and leadership in social care.
In this episode of Digital Health Unplugged we take a look at how clinicians can get the best best out of their working relationship with IT teams.
The latest Digital Health Unplugged is now live – this time taking a look at New Zealand’s response to Covid-19 and the lesson learned.
The latest Digital Health Unplugged is now live – this time we take a look at digital inclusion and tackling the digital divide.
This episode of Digital Health Unplugged takes a look at government plans to reform the NHS and proposed plans to merge NHSX with other organisations.
The latest edition of Digital Health Unplugged delves into the roles of NHSX and NHS Digital and who should be taking the lead when it comes to NHS IT.