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Welcome to the DigitalHealth.London Newsletter. This month's update includes the secrets of working with the NHS, a chance to join our Office Hours series offering face time with a sector expert, new opportunities for clinicians, and much more!

Accelerator appoints 'NHS Navigators'

Find out which four individuals have been appointed as ‘NHS Navigators’ for the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator, and what this new role will entail.

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Could Pokémon Go revolutionise a whole generation's health?

Jorge Armanet, CEO of HealthUnlocked, considers the impact of new app craze Pokémon Go on
health and wellbeing.
 
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Opportunities for Industry

Your chance to spend an hour with
a sector expert

Register your interest for the opportunity to get involved in our Office Hours series, offering face time with a sector expert.
 
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Want to know the secrets of working
with the NHS?

Our summer webinar series will answer key questions about engaging with the NHS. Starting from 2 August, here’s how you can participate.
 
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Opportunities for Clinicians

Do you want to guide innovation in 
GP practices?

SBRI Healthcare run demand-led funding calls around key themes. DigitalHealth.London is working in collaboration with SBRI to facilitate input from London clinicians into the upcoming funding call for 'Future GPs'. It's an opportunity to shape innovation funding for the field.

Register your interest in joining one of our
August workshops here.
 
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Support for organisations using 
technology-enabled remote consultations

Does your organisation currently offer technology-enabled remote consultation with patients? The Health Innovation Network has recently launched a project to support organisations interested in developments in this area.

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Clinician of the Month

Dr Junaid Bajwa

In an interview with DH.L, Junaid explains how he’s making use of tech to deliver benefits to patients, and offers advice to clinicians looking to embrace innovation.
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Innovator of the Month

Joanna Smith, CIO Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust

Find out how Joanna has enabled an organisational culture that has adopted a range of digital solutions to make a real, positive impact to the lives of patients and staff, as well as improving organisational efficiency.

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Case Study: AliveCor’s Kardia™

With atrial fibrillation (AF) and related illnesses affecting two million people in the UK and costing the NHS £2.2 billion each year, find out how AliveCor’s Kardia™ has overcome key challenges affecting delivery of care and had a life-changing impact for patients.
 
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Atrial Fibrillation Workshops spark
change in north-west London

Last month saw the culmination of months of preparation and hard work to deliver the first series of Atrial Fibrillation (AF) Innovation Workshops for north-west London.
 
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Tara Donnelly: Accelerating Digital Transformation in London

Managing Director of the Health Innovation Network, Tara Donnelly, highlights DigitalHealth.London's ambition to transform 
healthcare through digital innovation across the capital.


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Featured Events

Register now: SME launch event of the
C2N programme

SMEs can now register to attend the September launch event of the C2N programme. 

Taking place on 28 September at the Wellcome Collection in London, this event will provide more information about the scheme and how to get involved. It will feature examples of collaborations from the project’s academic partners, along with networking opportunities and the chance for one-to-one meetings with academics.
 
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NHS Health & Care Innovation Expo

Health and Care Innovation Expo will return to Manchester Central on 7 and 8 September.

The NHS you’ll see at Expo is a forward-thinking organisation, staffed by clinicians and managers who welcome innovations in technology and information because they recognise the difference this will make to their patients’ lives.
 

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