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Dr Rosie Scott NHS Consultant and Co-Founder of DigitalHealth.London Accelerator SME, LifeBox, writes about how Lifebox works for patients, the impact of COVID-19 and innovating in the NHS.
Through-out May and June we supported a number of our SME founders and innovators who identify as being from under-represented groups in digital health tech to amply their voice and share their experiences in the sector.
Read a comment from Sara Nelson, DigitalHealth.London Accelerator Programme Director and NHS nurse, celebrating 100 years of nursing being registered as a profession in the UK. On this day 100 years ago, nursing in the UK became a registered profession. I started my nursing career over 27 years ago and although I am not currently […]
Does the system limit people, or do they limit themselves? In a month where the Shuri Network held its first meeting for women of colour in digital health, and NHSX pulled down a job advert for a senior position amid diversity concerns, Yinka Makinde explores the issue.
Five themes come out in the report, which is based on a listening exercise carried out by the newly launched NHSX in July. Innovators responded to the question “If NHSX and partners were to focus on one or two things, what do you think are the most important priorities?”
Vishaal Virani has spent the last few months navigating the US health system, which has made him more deeply appreciate how the NHS has implemented its single-payer system across the UK. However, there are also valuable things that he thinks the NHS could learn from the US, particularly when it comes to innovation.
Saira Arif is the Digital Citizen and Innovation Lead at the NHS North West London Collaboration of Clinical Commissioning Groups. Here, she lays out her passion for "digital inclusion", and explains why it's so important (and what we can do to improve it).
Clare Gallagher is the Learning Hub Lead at the North West London Collaboration of Clinical Commissioning Groups. Sick of school but keen to learn, she spent her young adult years enrolling in various online courses matching her personal interests - something she continues today. Here, Clare reflects on whether there is value in eLearning for people working in clinical settings, and if so, how it can be supported.