19TH JUNE 2023
Please join CENSIS and the team from the University of Glasgow’s Digital Health Validation Lab for a half-day seminar and workshop on opportunities and challenges around digital health technologies for precision medicine, including NHS implementation processes for new drugs and medical devices.
While the event ends at 2pm, informal meeting space is available until 5pm for delegates wishing to continue conversations.
With a mix of delegates including clinicians, academic researchers and private business, this event aims to introduce people to DHVL and explore the wider opportunities associated with the Living Laboratory, with a view to generating new collaborative partnerships and business engagement between industry, clinicians and the University of Glasgow.
Who should attend?
To get the most from this event, you should have an active or developing academic, clinical or industry interest/expertise in technologies associated with digital health development or precision medicine.
Regrettably, this workshop is not open to undergraduate students or taught postgraduate students in any discipline (or very recent graduates)
The Living Laboratory and DHVL
The University of Glasgow-led Living Laboratory for Precision Medicine, an internationally leading programme supported by UKRI Strength in Places Funding, brings together partners from across academia, industry and healthcare to deliver projects focused on translating cutting-edge science and healthcare innovation into a real-world clinical setting.
One of these projects is the Digital Health Validation Lab, led by Prof Sandosh Padmanabhan. The lab offers specialised space that allows digital health developers to assess their products along the entire development process, from determining feasibility and value of a product idea through to testing the safety and efficacy of a completed product, enhancing the evaluation and validation of digital health technologies for clinical use.
Digital health technologies
According to the Living Laboratory, the digital health technology market is the fastest growing sector in the wider digital tech sector. However, investment and effort are currently focused on early-stage product development. As these technologies develop, they can sometimes lack clinical validation and, as such, their adoption into clinical settings can be slow and their benefit to patients delayed.
DHVL offers a co-development environment where industry, innovators and start-ups can securely access clinical resources and data, integrated within NHS systems to test and validate their innovations.
20TH JUNE 2023
The Digital Health Enterprise Zone (DHEZ)Series showcases innovations in digital health and provides a forum for academics, healthcare professionals and business to network and learn about public engagement in healthcare and pathways to implementation of digital health solutions and new models of care.
"How the Yorkshire and Humber Academic Health Science Network is Propelling Digital Health Technology into our region”
Hear how the Yorkshire Health Science Network supports Health Tech innovators with their journey into the NHS and the Innovation Pathway. As well as shining a spot light on the Propel@YH Digital Accelerator programme which has supported over 60 innovators over the last four years through a structured course of masterclasses, coaching and mentoring.
21st JUNE 2023
This is a free event for the public to discuss and question the digital mental health community in Northern Ireland including academics researching in digital technologies for mental health. This event is designed to debate and understand the risks, opportunities and benefits that digital mental health may provide. The event is designed to be inclusive and accessible to recognise the need for personal and public involvement and the need to discuss the use of digital mental technologies with intended users and stakeholders. In addition to accessible talks, participants will be invited to discuss their views on technologies such as chatbots and smart speakers. This event is supported by the MENHIR project, the HSC Public Health Agency’s R&D Division, co-located with Digital Mental Health and Wellbeing Conference and promoted & organised by Action Mental Health & Pneuma Healthcare.
22ND JUNE 2023
OIDH is delighted to host Dr Kara Burns, visiting from the Centre for Digital Transformation of Health , University of Melbourne . Kara will give a presentation on some of the Digital Health work undertaken by the Digital Transformation of Health Centre and, in particular, on the' Digital Health Validitron . The Validitron Lab is a pipeline for successfully designing, developing, validating, and evaluating digital health solutions. It combines research backed discovery, collaborative design, impact evaluation, a digital platform for rapid prototyping and real world test environments.
Places are free but very limited, so if you would like to attend please book. The talk will be held in meeting room RPC1, in the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences building.
A light lunch will be provided.