Future Skills - Digital Tech Skills for the Health & Life Sciences Sector
Is your organisation fit for Digital Technology in Health, Life Sciences and Social Care?
The government skills plan includes promoting high-level technical education across health, life sciences and social care. With an ever increasing demand on patient care and monitoring, digital technology is moving at pace and the requirement for the use of this resource is paramount for the sector.
The increasing level of digital/technical skills demanded by the sector will continue to grow and therefore businesses will need to equip their workforce sufficiently in order to access, understand and participate in the digital world.
Hear from guest speakers on understanding new product and software innovations as we shift towards advances in telemedicine and digital health products.
We also want to hear from you as employers and will be asking the following questions through brief, facilitated roundtable discussions:
- Do you feel training provision currently meet your needs?
- What is the level of current skills support do you need?
- What future digital technology skills requirements do you feel will be relevant to your business?
10.20am: Digital Skills for the Health, Social Care and Life Sciences Sector - The Landscape and the Future. Guest speakers - Andy Morley and Dr Fisk - New Level Health
11.00am: Round table workshop:
12.30pm: Lunch and networking
Andy MorleyAndy is the CEO of a consultancy specialising in digital health solutions and training. He is also the lead for the SW Digital Health Cluster, an ERDF (EU regional development funding) supported network to develop digital health in the region, They bring together innovators to realise next-generation solutions for the growing needs of the ageing society and those with long term conditions.
Dr FiskIn his De Montfort University capacity, Dr Malcolm Fisk leads the European Commission funded progressive project that is addressing 'standards around ICT for active and healthy ageing'. This project focuses on key issues tha relate to smart homes, telehealth, co-creation and interoperability. As Director of the Telehealth Quality Group (TQG) Malcolm is actively engaged in supporting the development of telehealth services according to appropriate service paradigms.
Please note: This event is for West of England (Bristol, Bath & North East Somerset, South Gloucestershire & North Somerset) health, social care and life sciences sector.Places are limited. We may only be able to offer one place per organisation/training provider.