BCS Teesside's 2021 AGM welcomes you to their AGM and a topical talk from the current chair on Computer Science in Healthcare.

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This year's AGM will be a virtual event that begins with a talk from the current chair, Andrew Simpson, on Computing in Healthcare & State Registration.

Andrew's talk on Clinical Computing will discuss areas of Clinical Computing that are already regulated, and how professionals can become registered as a Health Care Professions Council Clinical Scientist in Computing/Bioinformatics, to apply their computing skills at the intersection of medicine, patient care and clinical research, as a registered healthcare professional.

Andrew will talk about his experiences of coming from a computer science background into a clinical role.

This will then lead into the AGM, where all members of the branch are permitted to nominate for any of the branch roles.

About the speaker

Andrew Simpson
Andrew is the current chair of BCS Teesside. He studied BSc (Hons) Computing and Networks at Teesside University, graduating in 2011, and has recently completed an MSc (Research) Computer Science at the University of York.

He is currently working as a Pre-Registration Clinical Scientist in the Medical Physics Department at James Cook University Hospital, training as a clinical scientist in clinical physiological measurement, clinical engineering & clinical computing.

Once he completes his training, he will become a Health Care Professions Council Registered Clinical Scientist, and eventually, work towards Consultant Clinical Scientist through the NHS Higher Specialist Scientist Training Scheme.

Our events are for adults aged 16 years and over.

This event is brought to you by: BCS Teesside & District branch

Webinar: Computer Science in Healthcare (AGM)
Date and time
Tuesday 30 November, 6:30pm - 8:00pm
This event is sold out