FiLM 2020: Programme


Day Two: Wednesday 29th January


​Chair: Dr Bill Morice, Professor of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, US
Pathology Networks and Learning Lessons

0845 Welcome and opening remarks
Dr Bill Morice,
International view of network formation, clinical impact

0905

Pathology Consolidation - The state of the nation
David Wells, Head of Pathology Consolidation, NHS Improvement

0930

Networks update - Scotland
Dr Bernie Croal, Clinical Director, NHS Grampian, Scotland

0955

Networks update - Ireland
Dr Michael Ryan, Clinical Director, Northern Ireland Pathology Network

1020

Networks update - Point of care networking across Wales
Annette Thomas
, Consultant Clinical Biochemist, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, Wales and Director of WEQAS

1045 Panel discussion

1100 Break

Big data and how it is improving patient care 

1120

Big data and how it is improving  patient care
Dimitris Gramatopolous, Professor of Molecular Medicine, University of Warwick, UK

1145

Software tools to assist clinical users of pathology to assess and optimise service demand
Richard Croker and Dr Helen Curtis, Open Pathology, University of Oxford, UK

1210

Artificial intelligence and what it could mean to Pathology and Medicine
Prof Nasir Rajpoot, Professor of Computational Pathology, University of Warwick, UK

1235

Atalmedial Innovation - from today to the future: A pragmatic approach to process and service innovation
Dr Melchior Nierman,
CMO, Atalmedial, Netherlands

1300 Panel discussion

1320 Lunch

1420 Innovation through the Accelerated Access Collaborative programme
Dr Sam Roberts,
Director of Innovation and Life Sciences, NHS England

Breakout sessions
Delegates will chose which one to attend. 

1450          

Getting it Right First Time
The GIRFT panel

1450

Operationalising Innovation interactive masterclass
Dr David Clark and Dr Bill Morice

1450

How should an effective network be operating
David Wells

1545

Closing remarks
Dr Bill Morice

1600 Close


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