In the ever-evolving NHS landscape, cultivating a versatile and adept workforce is essential. Our session sheds light on the pressing need for upskilling, ensuring specialist and non-specialist professionals alike are aptly equipped to harness the power of data to future-proof their careers. Through tangible NHS case studies, Kirstie and Matthew will showcase how the transformative power of upskilling can positively impact patient and citizen outcomes across the country, in addition to identifying cost-saving opportunities. We will explore how apprenticeships sit at the heart of upskilling efforts, how to run skills assessments to understand your organisation’s data capabilities and uncover gaps, and ensure you’re equipped with ways to strategically tap into your unused apprenticeship levy to kickstart transformational programmes within your teams.
Digital Director, Integrated Care Northamptonshire
Digital Programme Manager, Integrated Care Northamptonshire
Enterprise Account Executive, Multiverse
Head of Analysis (Deputy Director), Analytical Services, NHS England
Camellia has almost 20 years’ experience working in public health, analysis, research and evaluation in the public sector- working locally, regionally and nationally. As Deputy Director of Advanced Analytics at NHS England, she leads a large team of analytical professionals to deliver high quality analysis & products to inform decision making at all levels.
Chair: Simon Noel
CNIO, Oxford University Hospitals NHS FT
Simon has worked with clinical informatics for the past 20 years and leads a team of informatics nurses, working collaboratively with clinical, technical and organisational services.
Simon is a member of the CNIO advisory panel for Digital Health, he is also on the Faculty of Clinical Informatics working groups for Professionalism, the Office of the CCIO, the FCI Nursing and Midwifery Advisory Panel, and contributed toward the What Good Looks Like Nursing Guidance, participating in the launch at Rewired in 2022.
October 30 @ 14:15
14:15 — 15:00(45′)
Camellia Williamson, Kirstie Watson, Matthew Hutton, Rhys Westall, Simon Noel