The NHS is one of the greatest creations in modern medicine and healthcare provision. With over 1.5million staff members, it is one of largest employers in the world. Its complexity however makes it very difficult for outsiders to fully understand the many challenges and opportunities the NHS has for improvement, particularly within digital health.
Aimed at non-clinical professionals, this interactive lecture will breakdown the NHS is to more digestible chunks. We will reveal what is happening below the surface and shed light on the constraints within the NHS.
Refreshments will be provided
CUXA Members: Free
Live-Stream £10 (details of live stream will be emailed 15mins before the session)
Tickets are now available
WEDNESDAY JANUARY 25TH
6:30PM TO 8:30PM
HARVEY NASH, HERON TOWER, 110 BISHOPSGATE, LONDON, EC2N 4AY
Some of the questions we will answer:
- What is the NHS?
- Who runs the NHS?
- How is the NHS budget spent
- What digital health plans does the NHS have?
- Where are the main problems in the NHS?
About the speaker
Dr Gyles Morrison MBBS, after three years of medical practice, is now a Clinical UX Specialist. For the past 2 years he has been working to improve the usability, accessibility and pleasure of interacting with digital health and healthcare services. He is also the Founder of the CUXA.