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“What happened to that project?”: The Ethics of Creative Engagement and Translation of Ideas into Action

Gemma Teal and Sneha Raman from the design research team attended the International Design in Government conference in Edinburgh on 25th-26th June, hosted by the Scottish Government. They kick-started the second day of the conference with a workshop showcasing the diverse creative engagement approaches we have been using to innovate health and care in Scotland.

New DHI and Nesta collaboration

Following discussions with Nesta Scotland around the impact of innovation in Digital Health & Care in Scotland, the DHI and Nesta are to collaborate on new opportunities focusing on the cross over between the digital health and care innovation agenda and education.

Ground-breaking colonoscopy evaluation in Scotland

The Digital Health and Care Institute, working with NHS Scotland, has announced a revolutionary colonoscopy evaluation that will see patients receive a less invasive form of endoscopy in local community hubs and their own homes, thereby minimising the impact on their daily lives.

Healthy Ageing Across the Life Course

It’s been a busy few weeks in the Digital Health & Care Institute (DHI) since the announcement that we would be delivering a discussion lab in partnership with CAN DO on behalf of the Scottish Government.

Fancy a career in Digital Health and Care?

Or, do you need to enhance your skills to meet the future challenges of a changing workplace? Here’s your chance to apply for Master’s funding in Digital Health and Care by August 9th 2019! The DHI is delighted to already have received 12 Master’s scholarship applications from five Scottish Universities

Alumni and Friends Engage Event at Strathclyde University

On 14 June, The University of Strathclyde's Computer and Information Sciences department invites Alumni, Industry Innovators, Staff and Students for networking, talks, posters and demos. During the event, several interesting speakers will be presenting including Dr. Pauline Burke, Global Head of Experimentation and Personalization at eBay.

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Venue: McCance Building, University of Strathclyde

Address: 16 Richmond Street, Glasgow G1 1XQ

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Begins: 14/06/2019 15:00

Ends: 14/06/2019 19:45

My 10 days as a visiting scholar at the DHI

I am a Canadian student at the Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg in Germany and I’m currently finishing up a two year masters program in biomedical sciences with my thesis. Throughout my studies, I became really interested in medical devices and bringing them into healthcare settings. I reached out to the DHI for my thesis research because I found the devices and projects they're involved in to be extremely interesting and progressive.

DHI shortlisted for 2 awards

It's a pleasure and an honour to announce that we've been shortlisted in 2 categories at the 7th Annual Connect ICT Awards. It's even better to see all the hard work of our team and our partners being recognised by our peers.

Career Pathways in Scotland’s Digital Health sector

In 2018 the DHI, in collaboration with Skills Development Scotland (SDS), released a comprehensive review and analysis of the digital health sector and its skills issues in Scotland. As part of this review the DHI developed a series of recommendations to help prepare people for work in the digital health and care sector. To help raise the profile of the sector in Scotland it was recommended that defined career profiles and pathways should be created to attract and retain staff in the sector. The DHI, working with SDS, identified the 6 most sought-after job categories in Scotland’s digital health and care sector and carried out a series of interviews to record the career histories of people in the field, and elucidate the skills requirements for each category. The six categories were as follows: software engineer/developer product owner software implementation facilitator cyber security specialist knowledge engineer health data analyst Some of these categories already have fairly well-established educational pathways, but graduates do not find their way into jobs in the health and care sector; some categories require dedicated job roles to be created to meet the needs of health and care sector, others the creation of CPD opportunities for reskilling or upskilling staff to take up the roles. Some categories suggest the need for early career pathways to be developed for people to enter a route to develop into these complex roles. We are inviting you to a workshop to help develop education and career pathways for these categories and discuss where training opportunities lie or can be introduced to help produce more skilled staff to enter into these roles. The workshop will result in a number of recommendations for educational and career pathways to be presented in our final report. February workshop The meet-up will take place on 27th February in the City Observatory, Technology and Innovation Centre, University of Strathclyde at 12.15-15.30. Lunch will be provided with coffee and tea. We are inviting you to attend the workshop as someone who has relevant insights into the questions we wish to explore at the workshop, or as a representative of an organisation, who has a stake in this question. We have only a limited number of places available, so we recommend you reserve your place via Eventbrite asap. If you are not able to join us on the 27th Feb, please let us know as soon as possible, and suggest a suitable colleague from your organisation to replace you. Looking forward to seeing you on the 27th February!

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Venue: City Observatory, University of Strathclyde,The Technology and Innovation Centre

Address: 99 George Street, Glasgow, G1 1RD

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Begins: 2/27/2019 12:00 PM

Ends: 2/27/2019 3:30 PM