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· Plenary
Day 1 - Welcome to Scotland’s Digital Health and Care Event
Margaret Whoriskey, Head of Technology Enabled Care and Digital Healthcare Innovation, Digital Health and Care Directorate, Scottish Government
Margaret  Whoriskey
· Plenary
Day 1 - Keynote: Digital Health & Care in 2020 - an unprecedented year
Tessa Lind Gjødesen Head of Innovation, Centre for Innovative Medical Technology, Denmark
Tessa Lind Gjodesen
· Expo
Expo
Please feel free to visit our Expo area and engage with our exhibitors in their virtual booths.
· Plenary
Reflections on 2020 and Imperatives for 2021 - In conversation
Jeane Freeman, Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport with Stuart Currie, Health and Social Care, COSLA & Pennie Taylor, Journalist
· Sessions
Reflections on 2020 and Imperatives for 2021 - Panel discussion
Following on from the previous session, the panel will discuss key reflections from 2020 and the imperatives for 2021.
David McNeill Caroline Lamb Colin Cook Donald Macaskill Lorraine McMillan Sarah Davidson
· Networking
Networking
You're welcome to take part in our speed networking. Click on the Networking icon on the left to be paired up with another attendee for a brief video chat.
· Sessions
International reflections on a year of disruption for learning and development in public services: opportunities and challenges for digital delivery
Keith Quinn, Learning and Development Manager (Digital Learning), Scottish Social Services Council
Keith Quinn
· Expo
Expo
Please feel free to visit our Expo area and engage with our exhibitors in their virtual booths.
· Plenary
Day 2 - Welcome
Nigel Henderson, Chief Executive, Penumbra
Nigel Henderson
· Sessions
Digital Solutions for Sustainable Health, Housing and Care Systems
Panel discussion
Rodd Bond Moira Mackenzie Peter Macleod Angela Currie
· Expo
Posters
Please feel free to visit the Poster Wall.
· Sessions
DigiFest Poster Session - Digital Solutions for Sustainable Health, Housing and Care Systems
Showcase of different posters each day, followed by a Q&A session facilitated by a member of the Poster Review Panel
Yvonne Leathley Laura Halcrow Ross McIntosh Suzanne Shields Kirsty Bateson Katie MacLure
· Expo
Expo
Please feel free to visit our Expo area and engage with our exhibitors in their virtual booths.
· Sessions
Balancing Sustainability and Equity - how do we realise the potential benefits of digitally enabled services?
How do we realise the potential benefits of digitally enabled services for citizens? Chair: Angus McCann, Chair, Edinburgh Integration Joint Board
Emma Stone Katy McNeil Angus McCann Val de Souza Katie Morris
· Plenary
Day 3 - Welcome
Diana Hekerem, Head of Transformational Redesign Support, Healthcare Improvement Scotland
Diana Hekerem
· Sessions
Virtual Solutions in Primary Care: experiences from Denmark, New Zealand and Scotland
Chair: Professor Lewis Ritchie, Mackenzie Chair of General Practice, University of Aberdeen; Anita Lerche; Dr Samantha Murton; Dr Chris Williams
Lewis Ritchie Anita Lerche Samantha Murton Chris Williams
· Plenary
Day 3 - Keynote: Digital Maturity – People AND Technology
Andy Kinnear, Partnerships Director, Ethical Healthcare Consulting
Andy Kinnear
· Plenary
Essential Anticipatory Care Planning: Learning from a pandemic project - Snapshot
A snapshot from the NHS Education for Scotland Digital Service team on the Essential ACP (Anticipatory Care Planning) work.
· Expo
Expo
Please feel free to visit our Expo area and engage with our exhibitors in their virtual booths.
· Expo
Posters
Please feel free to visit the Poster Wall before the Poster session with live Q&A.
· Sessions
DigiFest Poster Session - Digital Maturity – reaching our ambitions
Showcase of different posters each day, followed by a Q&A session facilitated by a member of the Poster Review Panel
Marc Beswick Steve Baguley Nicola Robinson Katie MacLure
· Plenary
A Digital Telecare Journey: insights from international knowledge exchange between Norway, Spain and Scotland
Partners from Norway, Spain & Scotland involved in this "virtual twinning process" will share learning from their analogue to digital telecare journeys.
· Sessions
Social Care Data - Local Innovation in Disruptive Times
Chair: Iain MacAllister, Deputy Director, Governance, Evidence and Finance Division, Directorate for Mental Health and Social Care
nancy burns Angela Gregg Ben Tait Iain MacAllister Manira Ahmad Jenni Burton
· Networking
Networking
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· Sessions
ECHO model- transformation in health and social care in Scotland
Join us for a fantastic opportunity to hear from the originators of the ECHO model in the USA, and their successful collaborators from the Scottish Highlands.
Kenny Steele James Ferguson Sanjeev Arora Jeremy Keen Kirsty Bateson
· Sessions
Breakfast session: Managing Change Towards Digital in the Third Sector
John Fitzgerald & Maddie Stark, Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations
Maddie Stark John Fitzgerald
· Sessions
Shifting Mindset: new ways of delivering education - Comprising over 70% of the healthcare workforce, maintaining educational content delivery for Nurses, Midwives and Allied Health Professionals during 2020 has been an essential requirement
Reflections from the community on how learning from the best has impacted thinking about Nursing Midwifery & Allied Health Professionals practice for the future
Elaine Hunter Kath Sharp Ashley Johnstone Debbie Provan Audrey Taylor Marc Beswick
· Expo
Expo
Please feel free to visit our Expo area and engage with our exhibitors in their virtual booths.
· Plenary
Day 4 - Welcome
Jonathan Cameron, Head of Digital Health and Care, Scottish Government
Jonathan Cameron
· Plenary
Day 4 - Keynote: Digital Transformation – Experiences from the US
Ann Mond Johnson, CEO American Telemedicine Association
Ann Mond Johnson
· Sessions
DigiFest Poster Session - Essentials for Sustainable Change
Showcase of different posters each day, followed by a Q&A session facilitated by a member of the Poster Review Panel
Mairead Bermingham Sophie Hoare Sara McLaughlin Barrie Wilson Katie MacLure
· Networking
Networking
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· Plenary
COVID-19: NHS 24's Digital response - How collaboration enabled an agile response to Scotland's needs as part of NHS 24's response to the COVID-19 pandemic
The use of existing as well as new tools to provide high quality, adaptable and accessible information to the Scottish public.
Louise Bennie Alison Deakin
· Sessions
Digital Skills - Catalyst Workshop 4 Outcomes and Call to Action!
Raising the profile of the Digital Health and Care sector as a career option is essential for sustainable change.
Ciaran Morrison Jennifer Thomas Sanna Rimpilainen
· Sessions
Digital Telecare Implementation Progress
Local Government Digital Office session for the early to adopters update the network on deployment with citizens.
Steven Rankine Colin McFadyen Ian Whitelaw Glenda Hunter Thomas Ozers Laura Fragapane David Brown
· Plenary
Day 5 - Welcome
Morag Hearty, National Lead, Remote Health Pathway Lead, Technology Enabled Care, Scottish Government
Morag Hearty
· Plenary
Day 5 - Keynote: Driving diversity and inclusion in digital health and care.
Jacqueline de Rojas, President, TECH UK
Jacqueline de Rojas CBE
· Networking
Networking
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· Plenary
Implementation Essentials, in conversation with the Digital Health and Care Innovation Centre
Chair: Professor George Crooks, CEO, Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre; Please note there is no Q&A.
George Crooks Khang  Nguyen Taavi Annus Dr Bandar Al Knawy Rachel Dunscombe
· Sessions
Essentials for transforming services what links the patient through a digital pathway
Chair: Morag Hearty Remote Health Pathways Lead, Technology Enabled Care, Scottish Government
Scott Henderson Morag Hearty Helen Alexander
· Sessions
DigiFest Poster Session - Renewing and transforming – Beyond Policy 
Showcase of different posters each day, followed by a Q&A session facilitated by a member of the Poster Review Panel
Alison Dawson Suzanne Smith Susan McKie Alexia Pellowe Katie MacLure
· Expo
Expo
Please feel free to visit our Expo area and engage with our exhibitors in their virtual booths.
· Sessions
Evaluation and demonstrating benefit - SSSC - How do you know if learning is having any impact?
Keith Quinn, Learning and Development Manager (Digital Learning) Scottish Social Services Council
Keith Quinn
· Plenary
Reimagining our Core Services for Telecare - how can reimagining our telecare shift to a more anticipatory and preventative approach, and improve the citizen experience of telecare services?
Sharing experiences from Wales and Scotland. Recent Tests of Change for Outbound Calling and the Welsh ‘Connect' project.
Dr Lynne Douglas Ann Murray
· Sessions
Reflections on the impact of digital health and care tools – initial findings from the mPower Project evaluation
Dr Anna Terje, UHI and Dr Sarah-Anne Munoz, University of the Highlands and Islands
Dr Sarah-Anne Munoz Anna Terje
· Expo
Expo
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· Sessions
Transforming Local Systems - Understanding the Problem Before Designing the Solution
This session will hear about the four Pathfinders in Aberdeen City, East Ayrshire, Highland and Midlothian and about the Scottish Approach to Service Design.
Dr Sarah-Anne Munoz Alex Clarke Margaret  Whoriskey Joanna Gilliatt Jane Russell Aimee Ronald Sally Wilkes Gemma  Teal Alexia Pellowe Ali Jones Margot White Matthew Curl
· Sessions
Supporting Mental Health and Wellbeing
Digital Mental Health in Scotland has experienced a year of expansion and change.
Chris Wright Dr Will McMurchie
· Plenary
Day 6 - Welcome
Professor Jason Leitch, National Clinical Director, NHS Scotland
· Plenary
European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing - Twinning Project on Video Consultation: Scotland and the Basque Country
This session will provide an overview of the successful Twinning project, funded by the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing.
· Sessions
Implementing the Contact Tracing App as part of the response to COVID-19 - experience and lessons learned
Jonathan Cameron, Scottish Government, Claus Deudal Pedersen, Denmark sundhed.dk, Dan West, Department of Health Northern Ireland, Ifan Evans, Welsh Government
Ifan Evans Claus Duedal Pedersen Jonathan Cameron
· Sessions
Young Scot - Technology Enabled Care Panel
Feeding back on the experience of working with the Scottish Governments TEC team,sharing perspectives on how & why of digital tools & digitally enabled services
Ross McIntosh
· Expo
Expo
Please feel free to visit our Expo area and engage with our exhibitors in their virtual booths.
· Sessions
DigiFest Poster Session - Digital Inclusion / Connecting Citizens
Showcase of different posters each day, followed by a Q&A session facilitated by a member of the Poster Review Panel
david kernaghan Rowena Piers Patricia Sheridan Katie MacLure
· Sessions
MyLearning – Taking Friction out of the Learning Process
George Burton, Learning and Development Advisor, Scottish Social Services Council
George Burton
· Networking
Networking
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· Plenary
Alzheimer Scotland – Communities of People, Communities of Interest - How can technology support individuals, carers and families?
Examples from the refreshed Purple Alert App, the Virtual Resource Centre and ADAM
Joyce Gray Nicola Cooper Gillian Fyfe
· Sessions
Vitamin D Text Messaging Service - Snapshot
A fascinating snapshot from the NHS Education for Scotland Digital Service team on the Vitamin D Text Messaging Service.
· Expo
Expo
· Sessions
Partnership Working to Support Citizen Connection – SCVO and the Connecting Scotland Initiative
John MacDonald, mPower Community Engagement Coordinator / SCVO; Aaron Slater, Digital Participation Programme Manager, SCVO
Aaron Slater John MacDonald
· Plenary
Day 7 - Welcome
Penni Rocks, Head of Information Governance and Assurance, Digital Health and Care, Scottish Government
Penni Rocks
· Plenary
Day 7 - Keynote: The Role of Data Driven Innovation in Public Health – Delivering Innovative and Impactful Data Services at Pace
Phillip Couser, Director Data Driven Innovation, Public Health Scotland
Phillip Couser
· Sessions
Emergency Eye Care during a pandemic - Snapshot
Hear from the NHS Education for Scotland Digital Service team about the work undertaken in response to the restrictions of the Covid-19 pandemic.
· Expo
Expo
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· Plenary
Person Centred Data Sharing – A Catalyst for Service Transformation
David Lowe, Consultant Emergency Medicine, QEUH & Joint Clinical Lead, Innovation West of Scotland; Chaloner Chute, CTO, Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre
Chaloner Chute
· Networking
Networking
You're welcome to take part in our speed networking. Click on the Networking icon on the left to be paired up with another attendee for a brief video chat.
· Sessions
DigiFest Poster Session - Data and Innovation
Showcase of different posters each day, followed by a Q&A session facilitated by a member of the Poster Review Panel
Salma Rayan Donald Nicolson Brian McKinstry Donna Murphy Sorina Oprea Katie MacLure
· Sessions
Heriot-Watt University Robotarium - Living labs and co-design for health and social care robotics
This session, organised by researchers at the Edinburgh Centre for Robotics, will showcase recent developments in the areas of AI and Robotics.
Lynne Baillie Mauro Dragone
· Sessions
How do the strategies for digital, digital health and care, and Artificial Intelligence support our ambitions for Scotland?
Chair: Gillian Docherty, CEO, The Data Lab; Jeremy Darot; Colin Cook;
Colin Cook
· Networking
Networking
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· Plenary
Day 8 - Welcome
Annie Gunner Logan, Chief Executive, Coalition of Care and Support Providers in Scotland (CCPS)
· Sessions
Coalition of Care and Support Providers in Scotland – digital support during the COVID-19 crisis.
Learning from CCPS members & Discussion of the wider impacts and what these will mean for our systems
Emma Donnelly Shona Cameron
· Plenary
Day 8 - Keynote: Building a Virtual Community: Supporting Service Transformation
Ed Brown, CEO Ontario Telemedicine Network, Ontario Health
Ed Brown
· Sessions
Using technology the right way to support social connectedness for older people, reflections from the T&SCon project
Dr Louise McCabe, Dr Elaine Douglas, and Dr Alison Dawson, University of Stirling
Alison Dawson Elaine Douglas Louise McCabe
· Expo
Expo
Please feel free to visit our Expo area and engage with our exhibitors in their virtual booths.
· Sessions
DigiFest Poster Session - Digital Communities
Showcase of different posters each day, followed by a Q&A session facilitated by a member of the Poster Review Panel
Alison Anderson Hilary Munro Katie MacLure
· Sessions
Connecting People: Connecting Services Digital Approaches in Cares Homes
Chair: Amanda Britain, TEC; Jocelle Lovell; Margaret Whoriskey; Tara French; Yvonne Leathley
Yvonne Leathley Tara French Jocelle Lovell Margaret  Whoriskey
· Sessions
Connecting Rural Health: Digital Solutions in Scotland and Denmark - a joint event organised by the Scottish Government and the Danish Embassy in the UK
Part of the Arctic Connections webinar series.
Tina Archard Heide Martin Malcolm Alison Robertson Henrik Ibsen Ruth Griffith Anne Smetana Margaret  Whoriskey
· Sessions
TEC in Housing - the door of opportunity! The Role of housing in prevention & the reach of housing to support wellbeing.
This session will explore the role of housing in prevention and wellbeing and how technology supports this.
Katie Harrison Dr Lynne Douglas Geraldine Begg
· Networking
Networking
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· Plenary
Day 9 - Welcome
Martyn Wallace, Chief Digital Officer, Local Government Digital Office
· Plenary
Day 9 - Keynote: The Role of data in supporting the response to COVID-19 and to advance the Sustainable Development agenda
Dr David Nabarro, Co-Director of the Imperial College London Institute of Global Health Innovation and Special Envoy of WHO on COVID-19
· Plenary
Winning Posters!
Katie MacLure
· Expo
Expo
Please feel free to visit the virtual exhibition stands, or engage in our speed networking.
· Sessions
Scotland 2021 & Beyond
Chair: Ian Welsh OBE, Chief Executive Officer, the ALLIANCE
Donna Henderson Kirsten Urquhart Ian Welsh Esther Wilson
· Sessions
Digital Nursing Midwifery and Allied Health Professionals Network – Tomorrows Digital World Today
Examples of how NMAHPs have adapted practice via digital solutions.
Elaine Hunter Carolyn Davie Jacqueline Walker Kath Sharp Karen Finnin Debbie Provan
· Networking
Networking
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· Sessions
Discover Digital: engaging with citizens to promote tools for health and wellbeing - Next steps for 2021
As 2020 has highlighted the challenges around digital access and health literacy, join us to hear learn about our citizen engagement plans in 2021.
Geraldine Begg Blythe Robertson Carmen Paputa-Dutu
· Networking
Networking
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· Sessions
The Digital Telecare Playbook - background, use and new developments for this resource
The Playbook launched in October 2019 and is a learning and guidance resource designed to group documentation along pathways or user groups.
sharon hannah Colin McFadyen Nicola Cooper Thomas Ozers Laura Fragapane David Brown
· Plenary
Thank you, we will see you in 2021!

Speakers

Elaine Hunter

National Allied Health Professions Consultant, Alzheimer Scotland

nancy burns

Programme Advisor, Healthcare Staffing Programme Healthcare Improvement Scotland

Angela Gregg

Senior Product Manager, NHS Education for Scotland

Ifan Evans

Director – Technology, Digital & Transformation, Welsh Government - Health & Social Services Group

Maria Mcilgorm

Professional Advisor Chief Nursing Officer’s Directorate, Scottish Government

Ben Tait

Specialist Data and Information Analyst

Alex Clarke

Service Design Adviser, ihub, Healthcare Improvement Scotland

Lewis Ritchie

Mackenzie Chair of General Practice, University of Aberdeen

sharon hannah

Business Readiness Officer, Digital Telecare East Renfrewshire Health and Social Care Partnership

Steven Rankine

Head of Contact Centre Operations, Bield Housing and Care

Jacqueline Walker

Profession Dietetic Advisor for Type 2 Diabetes Prevention & Modernising Patient Pathways Programme, Scottish Government

Carolyn Davie

Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner/Co-team Lead Pelvic & Obstetric Physiotherapy Service, NHS Forth Valley

Ed Brown

Chief Executive Officer, Ontario Telemedicine Network Ontario Health

Shona Cameron

Operations Manager – Business Development, Carr Gomm

Emma Donnelly

Programme Officer (Digital Development), Coalition of Care and Support Providers in Scotland

Lynne Baillie

Professor of Computer Science, School of Mathematical & Computer Sciences, Heriot-Watt University

Joyce Gray

Deputy Director Development, Alzheimer Scotland

Gemma Teal

Research Fellow, The Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre (DHI)

Sally Wilkes

TEC Connector, Council of Voluntary Organisations (CVO) East Ayrshire

Aimee Ronald

Resource Worker and Data Analyst, East Ayrshire Council

Jane Russell

Partnership Manager, Aberdeen Council of Voluntary Organisations (ACVO)

Joanna Gilliatt

TEC Project Manager, NHS Highland

Scott Henderson

Remote Health Pathway Lead, Technology Enabled Care, Scottish Government

Morag Hearty

National Lead, Remote Health Pathway Lead, Technology Enabled Care, Scottish Government

Colin McFadyen

Project Manager, Digital Telecare for Scottish Local Government

Kenny Steele

Chief Executive Officer, Highland Hospice

Kath Sharp

Paediatric Respiratory Physiotherapy Advanced Practitioner Team Lead - Respiratory RHC Glasgow

Dr Sarah-Anne Munoz

Acting Head of Division of Rural Health and Wellbeing, University of the Highlands and Islands

Anna Terje

Postdoctoral Researcher, University of the Highlands and Islands

Donna Henderson

Head of International Engagement, Technology Enabled Care and Digital Healthcare Innovation

Elaine Douglas

Research Programme Manager, UKRI Social Behavioural & Design Research Programme, University of Stirling

Mauro Dragone

Assistant Professor in the School of Engineering & Physical Sciences, Heriot-Watt University

Margaret Whoriskey

Head of Technology Enabled Care and Digital Healthcare Innovation, Digital Health and Care Directorate

Phillip Couser

Director Data Driven Innovation Public Health Scotland

Nicola Cooper

Digital Lead, Alzheimer Scotland

Chris Wright

National Advisor for Digital Mental Health, Scottish Government

George Crooks

Chief Executive Officer, Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre

Glenda Hunter

Technology Enabled Care Development Officer, Digital Office for Scottish Local Government

Ian Whitelaw

Analogue to Digital Project Manager, Falkirk Council

Ciaran Morrison

Research and Knowledge Management Officer, Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre

James Ferguson

Professor of Remote Medicine, Robert Gordon University

Anita Lerche

Special Consultant, Practice, Region of South Denmark

Rodd Bond

Rodd Bond Architect

Ali Jones

Project Manager / Service Designer, Aberdeen Council of Voluntary Organisations

Helen Alexander

Planning and Development Manager, NHS Scotland

Iain MacAllister

Deputy Director Governance Evidence and Finance Division Directorate for Mental Health and Social Care

Ann Mond Johnson

Chief Executive Officer, American Telemedicine Association

Hilary Munro

Poster Presenter

Alison Anderson

Poster Presenter

Sorina Oprea

Poster Presenter

Donna Murphy

Poster Presenter

Brian McKinstry

Poster Presenter

Donald Nicolson

Poster Presenter

Salma Rayan

Poster Presenter

Patricia Sheridan

Poster Presenter

Rowena Piers

Poster Presenter

david kernaghan

Poster Presenter

Alexia Pellowe

GP and Clinical Lead, East Ayrshire Pathfinder Team

Susan McKie

Poster Presenter

Suzanne Smith

Poster Presenter

Alison Dawson

Senior Research Fellow, University of Stirling

Barrie Wilson

Poster Presenter

Sara McLaughlin

Poster Presenter

Sophie Hoare

Poster Presenter

Mairead Bermingham

Poster Presenter

Nicola Robinson

Poster Presenter

Steve Baguley

Poster Presenter

Kirsty Bateson

Project ECHO Development Officer, Highland Hospice

Suzanne Shields

Poster Presenter

Ross McIntosh

Young Scot Volunteer

Laura Halcrow

Poster Presenter

Thomas Ozers

Project Manager, Digital Telecare for Scottish Local Government

Kirsten Urquhart

Depute CEO, Digital Director Young Scot

Tina Archard Heide

Lead Digital Health and Diabetes, Steno Diabetes Centre, Denmark

Louise McCabe

Senior Lecturer in Dementia Studies,Associate Dean for Internationalisation, University of Stirling

Martin Malcolm

Head of Public Health Intelligence & Information Services, NHS Western Isles

Karen Finnin

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, Melbourne and Director OnlineDotPhysio

Dr Will McMurchie

Clinical Psychologist, NHS Tayside

Louise Bennie

Head of Digital, NHS 24

Alison Deakin

Digital Programme Delivery Manager, NHS 24

Sanjeev Arora

Founder and Director, Project ECHO, University of New Mexico

Chaloner Chute

Chief Technology Officer, Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre

Nigel Henderson

Chief Executive Officer, Penumbra

Debbie Provan

Chairperson National Digital Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professionals Network

Margot White

Programme Lead, TEC Transforming Local Systems Pathfinder, Scottish Government

Katie Harrison

Specialist Occupational Therapist, East Lothian Health & Social Care Partnership

Alison Robertson

Consultant Clinical Psychologist, NHS Western Isles

George Burton

Learning and Development Advisor, Scottish Social Services Council

Ashley Johnstone

Paediatric Respiratory Physiotherapy Advanced Practitioner, Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow

Audrey Taylor

Principal Educator, NHS Education for Scotland

Katie MacLure

Independent Research Consultant

Henrik Ibsen

Chief Information Officer, OTH, Denmark

Emma Stone

Director of Design, Research & Communications, Good Things Foundation

Maddie Stark

Development Officer, Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations

Penni Rocks

Head of Information Governance and Assurance, Digital Health and Care, Scottish Government

Aaron Slater

Digital Participation Programme Manager, Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations

Laura Fragapane

Marketing and Communications Officer, Digital Telecare for Scottish Local Government

John MacDonald

mPower Community Engagement Coordinator / Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations

Yvonne Leathley

Senior Improvement Advisor, Care Inspectorate

Jeremy Keen

Medical Lead for Project ECHO and Lead Consultant in Palliative Care

Samantha Murton

President, Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners

Khang Nguyen

SCPMG Virtual Medical Center / Clinical Call Center Physician Director

Moira Mackenzie

Director of Innovation & Deputy Chief Executive Officer, DHI

Marc Beswick

National Lead - Near Me Network Technology Enabled Care Programme, Scottish Government

Katy McNeil

Programme Director, Connecting Scotland

Claus Duedal Pedersen

Director of the Sentinel Unit, Denmark sundhed.dk

Gillian Fyfe

Head of Digital, Alzheimer Scotland

Ruth Griffith

Strategic Planning and Commissioning Manager, Digital Health, NHS Dumfries & Galloway

Tara French

Technology & Digital Innovation Lead, Scottish Care

Blythe Robertson

General Manager, Policy & Partnerships, NES Digital Service

John Fitzgerald

Digital Evolution Officer, Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations

David McNeill

Director of Development, SCVO

Jocelle Lovell

Director of Inclusive Communities, The Wales Co-operative Centre

Anne Smetana

Deputy Director, Healthcare Denmark

Kirsty Bateson

ECHO Development Officer, Highland Hospice

Angus McCann

Chair, Edinburgh Integration Joint Board

Val de Souza

Director, Health and Social Care South Lanarkshire Health and Social Care Partnership

Katie Morris

Acting Programme Director, Scottish Access Collaborative

David Brown

Business Relationship Manager, LGDO

Matthew Curl

Digital Programme Lead, Midlothian HSCP

Taavi Annus

Advisor in Digital Development to the Ministry of Social Affairs Estonia

Dr Lynne Douglas

Chief Executive Officer, Bield Housing & Care

Keith Quinn

Learning and Development Manager (Digital Learning) Scottish Social Services Council

Angela Currie

Operations Director, Blackwood Homes

Ann Murray

Telecare Lead Technology Enabled Care Programme, Scottish Government

Caroline Lamb

Joint Chair of the Digital Health and Care Portfolio Board

Chris Williams

Clinical Lead for IT Scotland, Royal College of General Practitioners

Peter Macleod

Chief Executive Officer, Care Inspectorate

Geraldine Begg

TEC in Housing Programme Coordinator, Scottish Federation of Housing Associations

Jennifer Thomas

Research and Knowledge Management Officer, Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre

Tessa Lind Gjodesen

Head of Innovation, Centre for Innovative Medical Technology

Andy Kinnear

Partnerships Director, Ethical Healthcare Consulting

Sanna Rimpilainen

Research & Skills Manager, Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre

Jonathan Cameron

Head of Digital Health and Care, Scottish Government

Colin Cook

Director of Digital Directorate, Scottish Government

Donald Macaskill

Chief Executive Officer, Scottish Care

Manira Ahmad

Head of Local Intelligence, Public Health Scotland

Ian Welsh

Chief Executive Officer, the ALLIANCE

Carmen Paputa-Dutu

Digital Health and Care National Lead, the ALLIANCE

Jenni Burton

Clinical Lecturer in Geriatric Medicine, University of Glasgow

Dr Bandar Al Knawy

Chief Executive Officer, Ministry of National Guard Health Affairs (MNGHA)

Alan Connor

International Engagement Manager, International Engagement Team NHS National Services Scotland

Jacqueline de Rojas CBE

President, TECH UK

Rachel Dunscombe

Director, Tektology

Lorraine McMillan

Joint Chair of the Digital Health and Care Portfolio Board

Sarah Davidson

Chief Executive Officer, Carnegie UK

Esther Wilson

Chair, Chartered Institute of Housing

Diana Hekerem

Head of Transformational Redesign Support, Healthcare Improvement Scotland

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People at the centre

Digital Telecare for Scottish Local Government

Digital Telecare for Scottish Local Government supports telecare service providers and key stakeholders on their transitional journey from analogue to digital telecare.

Communicare247

Independence and Empowerment with Digital Care Systems

CAIR (UK) Ltd.

Innovative, Interoperable Telecare Solutions

The Scottish Government

Updated Digital Strategy for Scotland

Kinsetsu / kcare

Unburden staff | Your people focused on what they do best

CCPS Digital

Supporting CCPS members with digital innovation in social care

Inhealthcare

A UK leader in digital health and remote patient monitoring.

SCIROCCO Exchange

SCIROCCO Exchange aims to support health and social care authorities in the adoption and scaling-up of integrated care

European Connected Health Alliance

The Global Connector for Digital Health

Digital Health and Care, Scottish Government

We provide the national policy context for digital health and care in Scotland and responsible for the delivery of digital across health and care alongside a number of key partner organisations.

mPower Project

mPower supports the over 65’s living with long-term conditions to connect with community and technology to improve health and wellbeing. mPower is a five-year project supported by the European Union’s INTERREG VA Programme.

Carezapp

Safely check the wellbeing of people you support, even when you cannot be there!

The British Computer Society (BCS) Health & Care Scotland

BCS is Making IT Good for Society

Scottish Social Services Council

The regulator of the social service workforce in Scotland

Penumbra I.ROC Wellbeing

Penumbra is one of Scotland’s largest mental health charities. We support around 1800 adults and young people across Scotland each week through our innovative I.ROC Wellbeing approach to mental health recovery. We believe in a society where people with mental health problems expect recovery and are accepted, supported and have the resources to fulfil their potential.

Project ECHO

A ready-made methodology designed for sharing knowledge online.

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