10 September, 2015
On the rare occasion that I find myself at a dinner party these days, when someone asks me what I do for a living – and assuming, first of all, I’ve managed to explain successfully what an AHSN is (something of a challenge in itself) – the revelation that I’m currently working in the area of “interoperability,” is often met with raised eyebrows. “That sounds technical,” they say. “That’s pretty specialist, pretty niche?”
2 September, 2015
News that the Commercial Bank of Dubai bank is allowing customers to earn higher interest rates on their savings, based on the number of steps they take each day, takes the incentivisation of wearable activity trackers in a fascinating direction.
1 September, 2015
A summer holiday read this year was 'Elizabeth is missing' which is brilliantly told through Maud who has advanced dementia. Her world - frustrating, confusing, distressing, but with moments of rapture - is an incredible insight into how it might be to live there.
12 August, 2015
Dr Adrian Hoppper, Consultant Geriatrician, Guy's & St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust on improving catheter care.
29 July, 2015
As a Darzi Fellow for the Health Innovation Network (Alcohol theme) I have had the unique opportunity to work across organisational boundaries, to help improve and innovate practice at scale.
24 July, 2015
Alison White, Senior Project Manager (Diabetes) blogs about the Commissioning for Technology enabled care event.
12 June, 2015
Few people in 2015 can question the increasing importance of digital technology to the NHS. Our Wealth Creator Project Manager, Matt Rigby on our recent NHS Hackday...
31 March, 2015
When we began researching our Peer Support Resource Pack for people with dementia, we found the power of film had a real impact in helping people with dementia and their carers to see the value of meeting others in a similar situation.
27 March, 2015
I was honoured to be invited as a speaker at the Pulse Live GP conference held last month (17 March).
24 March, 2015
It was fantastic to be part of the first event of its kind at the Wolfson Lecture Theatre at Kings College London this week (March 23)...