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Bahman is a Digital Pioneer for leadership, having been involved in a number of innovation platforms for the NHS over the past few years. He is currently involved in designing a bespoke platform for GPs and specialists across eight clinical commissioning groups, and a population of over 1.7 million patients.
InnovateUK is looking for innovative high growth businesses to take part in an important study its is undertaking to understand the challenges faced by businesses when scaling-up. This research will help them to shape their services in the future. If you are a business and would like to take part, please click the link.
Alexander is recognised as a Digital Pioneer for his collaborative research at the Institute of Neurology, University College London, which has led to the development of two online therapies used by stroke patients with visual deficits. Read-Right treats patients with hemianopic alexia (the most common acquired reading disorder); and Eye-Search treats those with spatial disorientation and visual search impairment. Find out more about his patient-friendly digital resources.
Changing Health is transforming diabetes education. The company's unique combination of evidence based digital education and behaviour change coaching has resulted in its services being used by the BBC One documentary, How To Stay Young, first aired on 13 September. Learn about their innovation, and catch up on episodes here.
To ensure that DH.L is presenting itself and its services to stakeholders in the most clear and effective way possible, we are undertaking a strategic project to look at brand positioning and presentation. We would like to invite you to share your thoughts with us via a short online survey. Please follow the link and support us to maximise our effectiveness.
Technologies including video-game rehabilitation, wearables for patients with chronic disease, and a ‘USB port’ for amputees, are among those selected for the second cohort of DigitalHealth.London’s Accelerator.
Anju Jaggi is a Consultant Physiotherapist at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, and is recognised as a Digital Pioneer for Leadership, having supported clinical research which directly impacts on patient care through support for postgraduate students, and the running of international conferences and involvement with industry in projects which bring innovation to clinicians.
Sarah is a Digital Pioneer for Leadership who has been working within the NHS for 25 years, and her role includes the assessment of deteriorating patients. Following a specific incident, she became passionate about reviewing the system in use, and set out to create a digital clinical communication tool for all members of the inpatient clinical care team. The aim was to aid prompt recognition of deteriorating children and escalation to the outreach teams.