Taking place for the 11th year running, Holyrood Connect is delighted to announce the in-person return of its hugely popular Digital Health and Care Scotland conference.
2021 has been another incredibly challenging year for those working in the sector. Holyrood Connect’s Digital Health and Care Scotland conference will provide delegates with an opportunity to explore how digital technology can help re-build and remobilise our health and care system and, eventually, support the shift from crisis mode to a system focused on prevention, early intervention and self-management.
The event follows the publication of the Scottish Government’s refreshed Digital Health and Care Strategy in October 2021 and will include discussions on many of the issues incorporated in it, from digital exclusion and citizen choice to data use and artificial intelligence.
We would like to thank our advisory board who are supporting the development of the agenda: –
- Dr Margaret Whoriskey, Head of Technology Enabled Care and Digital Healthcare Innovation at the Scottish Government
- Professor George Crooks, Chief Executive of the Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre
- Alyson Scurfield, Chief Executive, TSA
- Dr Donald Macaskill, Chief Executive, Scottish Care
As always, the Digital Health and Care Scotland conference is free-to-attend for those working in the public or third sectors, and delegates will be eligible for up to six CPD points (depending on participation levels). Register now to secure your place.
If you are interested in watching any of the on-demand content from last year’s event, you can do so here.
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