Explore the transformative approach to AI education within the NHS. This session delves into innovative strategies, including a unique programme that embeds clinical trainees within teams at local NHS sites deploying clinical AI, all while delivering a bespoke teaching programme in the field. Gain insight into the relationship between AI, technology, and workforce productivity, with a glimpse of cutting-edge initiatives. Understand how hands-on experience and tailored instructions are equipping staff with essential skills, transforming healthcare, and fostering a more skilled and efficient workforce. A crucial session for those interested in how technology is empowering the modern NHS workforce.
Dr Alexander Deng
Programme Lead for Fellowships in Clinical AI, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS FT
Alexander is the Programme Lead for the Fellowships in Clinical Artificial Intelligence, and author of the accompanying Clinical Artificial Intelligence Curriculum. This programme equips NHS frontline clinicians with the expertise to deploy AI in clinical workflows. It is the first of its kind in the UK.
Alexander has developed auditable standards for AI in healthcare with the British Standards Institution as an editorial panel chair, and also evaluates clinical AI technology at Guy’s and St Thomas’s NHS Foundation Trust.
Dr Marc Farr
Chief Analytical Officer, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust / Kent and Medway ICB
Associate Head of Workforce Transformation, NHS England
Lisa has worked within the Health Education England (now NHS England) since April 2018, initially within the London region before joining the National Workforce Transformation Team in July 2022. Lisa led the “Working Differently” workstream of Long Term Workforce Plan, focusing on skills mix, productivity technology and innovation.
Chair: Dr Bishoy Dimitri
Director of Clinical Informatics (CCIO), Oxford University NHS FT
Bishoy is the Chief Clinical Information Officer (Director for Clinical Informatics) for Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He is also the Vice – Chair for the CCIO Advisory Panel to provide a support and direction for the CCIO community nationally. He also has digital health start-up experience as the Chief Medical Officer of Lister, a task management application aiming to eliminate paper job lists for both Doctors and Nurses.
Bishoy is keen to utilise his skills in operational management, innovation and leadership to provide impactful change in the NHS to support staff to deliver better care for patients.