Today and tomorrow: preparing for our digital future

10.50 – Thursday 5th July

 

What do advances in artificial intelligence (AI), digital medicine and genomics mean for clinical roles and functions? What are the implications for the selection, education and training of healthcare staff? As Topol Review Programme Manager, Sue Lacey Bryant is managing a fast-paced independent technology review commissioned by the Secretary of State for Health and Care to address these questions. Led by Dr Eric Topol, Scripps Research Institute, the review is facilitated by Health Education England. This exciting work invites obvious questions that this presentation will consider: What does AI and automation mean for the future of our profession in a digital world? How shall we prepare?

Sue Lacey-Bryant, Topol Review Programme Manager and Senior Advisor, Knowledge for Healthcare, Health Education England

Sue Lacey Bryant enjoys a portfolio career, committed to improving the quality of healthcare. As Topol Review Programme Manager, Sue draws on every strand of her skills and experience, working with senior stakeholders, team management, programme management and more. Sue leads the implementation of Health Education England’s development framework for NHS libraries. She has wide-ranging experience of innovative roles in health information, knowledge management and e-learning gained in the NHS, freelance and with Doctors.net.uk. Formerly a CCG Director, Sue is an executive coach and a quality improvement facilitator. She serves on the Editorial Advisory Board of Health Information and Libraries Journal.