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What approaches and tools work in which contexts? Does digital health and care need a different approach to follow strategic targets?

Speakers

  • Paula Baird, Programme Lead Digital Workforce, NHS Education for Scotland (NES)
  • Dr Kieren Egan, Research Fellow within the Digital Health and Wellness team at the University of Strathclyde. He leads a team of researchers who are developing a mobile app, “CareFit”, that is designed to support informal caregivers to undertake regular physical activity from home during and beyond COVID-19 restrictions.
  • Alan Milbourne, Policy Lead for Workforce: Digital Skills & Leadership Digital Health & Care Team, Scottish Government
  • Dr Mark Walton, Programme Manager, Service Design Hub, NHS National Services Scotland

Agenda

5:00pm - Welcome from Dr Katie MacLure & Sharon Levy
Panel discussion with Q&A
6:00pm - Close

Synopsis

What approaches and tools work in which contexts, for whom and where? Does digital health and care need a different approach to follow strategic targets?

Join us for another #DigFest22 satellite session. During this panel discussion we’ll hear from experts experience – what works, what are the options, how can we keep users at the centre of design to fulfil digital health and care strategies in Scotland?

Our events are for adults aged 16 years and over.

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This event is brought to you by: BCS Health and Care Scotland specialist group

Webinar: User-centred design approach and tools for digital health and care strategies
Date and time
Monday 5 December, 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Location


Webinar
Price
Free