Dr Katharine Halliday, president of The Royal College of Radiologists, joins our opening keynote panel for the new Digital Health AI & Data event, 30-31 October in London.
Since being appointed president last September, the former consultant pediatric radiologist has overseen the college’s launch of a ground-breaking Artificial Intelligence Imaging Registry in June. Within the same month the NHS announced a £21 million fund for AI diagnostics with Halliday hailing AI’s ‘huge promise’ for clinical efficiency, decision-making and prioritising the most urgent cases.
She joins Dominic Cushnan, director of AI, imaging & deployment, NHS England, and Stefan Zohren, associate professor in engineering science, University of Oxford as they discuss unlocking the future of AI in the NHS.
Join us to hear how NHS speakers, national keynotes and industry experts are grappling with the rapidly changing landscape of AI, analytics, data and research as part of a packed CPD-accredited programme. Gain valuable insights from case studies, panel discussions, masterclasses and networking with the community.
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