Taking place on 30-31 October this year at the Business Design Centre in London, the two-days conference will bring together national keynotes, health professionals, researchers, analysts and start-ups for educational sessions and best practice case studies of data science and AI across the UK healthcare.
Great Ormond Street Hospital’s Data Research, Innovation and Virtual Environments (DRIVE) unit has been involved in shaping the conference programme through Ethelbert Eze, data engineer at DRIVE and member of programme committee. As part of the Great Ormond Street Hospital, Dr Shankar Sridharan, CCIO will be attending the conference as speaker of a panel session.
“We’re excited to be supporting the first ever Digital Health AI & Data Conference. The Data Research, Innovation and Virtual Environments (DRIVE) unit at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) was established in 2018. It is a first-of-its-kind unit focused on transforming the use of data and technologies to improve health outcomes and experience for patients at GOSH and beyond.
Our unit is at the cutting-edge of healthcare innovation and we’re pleased to be contributing our expertise on the programme committee. Ethelbert Eze, an experienced Data Engineer at DRIVE, supports clinical and academic staff across the Trust, and works in international collaborations on research data collection and transformation. We’re looking forward to contributing further as an expert voice throughout the conference” says Stephen Mathew, Head of Innovation at GOSH.
AI & Data is free for NHS, public sector, non-for-profit and third sector providers, charitable sectors, academics, and researchers.