31 May to 31 May 2016
Welcome to the next event when we'll learn about using wearables to manage patients remotely, the use of VR in primary care, and the latest news on blockchain and healthcare.
6.30 pm - Arrivals, networking over refreshments and snacks
6.45 pm – Elin Haf Davies PhD , Co-Founder Aparito @aparitohealth
Aparito is digital health social enterprise using wearable technology and smartphone apps to monitor patients remotely.
7.00 pm - Q&A
7.10 pm – Dr Keith Grimes @keithgrimes
Keith is a GP with a passion for digital health, innovation and technology. Keith is the the founder of VR Doctors.
7.25 pm - Q&A
7.35 pm - Networking over refreshments and snacks
8.00 pm – Hugh Halford-Thompson, CTO BTL Group @blockchainltd
BTL is a technology company whose current business is focused on developing blockchain technologies to disrupt and transform existing industries.
8.15 pm - Q&A
8.30 pm - Close and networking
Wayra is a start-up accelerator owned by Telefónica Open Future_, a global entrepreneurship and innovation network, open to partners.
Wayra UnLtd, UK Wayra Shropshire House 2-10 Capper St London WC1E 6JA
Elin Haf Davies PhD, Co-Founder Aparito "Wearable tech and disease specific apps - delivering significant data during clinical trials"
Dr Keith Grimes "The practical role of Virtual Reality in Primary Care"
Hugh Halford-Thompson, CTO BTL Group"Blockchain in healthcare"
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Elin has combined her career in paediatric health and her passion for sport and extreme adventure. She began her career as a Paediatric Nurse at Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital in London. Elin then spent 6 years in research managing clinical and academic drug trials. Elin then moved to the European Medicine Agency Paediatric Team where, amongst other projects she evaluated over a 100 Paediatric Investigation Plans of drug trials in children. In 2014 Elin founded Aparito. Aparito uses wearables and disease specific mobile apps to deliver patient monitoring outside of the hospital. Elin’s adventures over the years have raised over £250,000 for charities, and was selected to carry the 2012 Olympic Torch.
Blockchain's technology is developed in-house and through BTL's incubator and accelerator programs, based in Vancouver, British Columbia. BTL's first technology platform is a remittance business called Interbit with a focus on leveraging blockchain technology to create rapid and cost effective "cash-in cash-out" settlement solutions between the UK and target countries. In 2013, Hugh CoFounded Quickbitcoin.co.uk enabling UK customers to buy bitcoin quickly and easily and established trust across a difficult industry. Working with his brother Guy the duo started with just £1000 and turned over £1.4mil in their first full year.
A UK-based GP, with a special interest in Urgent & Unscheduled Care, Musculoskeletal medicine, and Sports medicine. Also the founder of VR Doctors! Keith's abiding passions are Digital Health, Innovation and Technology. Keith has been involved in the creation and delivery of innovative clinical services such as the award nominated Roving GP service in Brighton & Hove, East Sussex. More recently he's been privileged to work with the Digital Health and Care Institute, NHS Fife, and Glasgow Caledonian University on the award winning MyLittleOne (MLO), a neonatal intensive care camera/tablet system. Keith is a strong believer in the ability of IM&T to not only support and augment the delivery of Healthcare in its current form, but also in the need to radically review existing structures and perceptions of how care can be delivered Globally.