Small and big ideas in digital health and social care are making a difference every day. We are bringing together those interested in using digital solutions and technologies to address everyday problems and challenges working in the South West of England. We have an exciting day of masterclasses and presentations with lots of opportunities for discussions. Come along for a day of learning and sharing.
We have formed a collaborative approach to bring this event together, working with digital health researchers, clinicians and technology providers in the South West of England covering Somerset, Devon and Cornwall. Supported by Tangerine Bee, TechExeter, Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust, and other enthusiasts of digital health in the South West of England.
Dr Natalia Lawrence, FoodT, Cognitive Neuroscientist
Katja Mordaunt and Rupert Reddington, Development Team, Neontribe
Dr Piotr Slowinski, Mirror Game, Research Fellow
Dr Paul Upton, Co-Founder, My PreOp
Dr Navonil Mustafee, NHS Quicker
Charlene Ronquillo, Nursing informatics
Dr Jess Tyrrell, Ménière’s Monitor
Professor Ray Jones, EU Digital Health Projects
Dr David Llewellyn, DECODE
Dr Miriam Koschate-Reis, Social identity and online texts
Richard Wyatt-Haines, Health and Care Videos
Tina Teague, Change management in primary care
Charlie Young, User-centred digital innovation
Dr Andrew James Williams, Cornwall Smartline Project
Dr Andrew James Williams is a lecturer in public health at the European Centre for Environment and Human Health. His research focuses on homes, schools and workplaces as contexts in which health or illness are determined.
Charlie has worked in digital health and medicine for the past ten years, delivering a range of projects including the NHS Direct online self-care services, DH Innovation strategies and acute care patient-centred service design.
Tina is an independent healthcare management consultant who specialises in change management and innovation in healthcare.