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Clinical informatics
  • Digital health leadership, Fellowships and scholarships, Digital roles and career pathways, Nursing and midwifery, Clinical informatics

    A week in the life of an Informatics Lead Nurse: Monday

    Hi, my name is Roda Luz Trinidad. Friends and colleagues call me Dang. I am the Informatics Lead Nurse at The Royal London Hospital, Barts Health NHS Trust. I have 16 years of Adult Critical Care nursing experience. My journey in digital started in 2015 as the Senior Sister in charge of the QI project in digitising health records in ICU. I was offered to be part of the Trust’s digital transformation WeConnect team and have been in this post since September 2019. I am passionate about how digital innovation can help transform the integrated health and care system to ensure quality care delivery and using data to inform the way we work and support the population, with diversity and inclusion at the centre of practice. Let me give you a sneak peek at what my working week looks like, starting with Monday...

    Published on 17 October 2022

    By Roda Luz Trinidad

  • Digital health leadership, Digital roles and career pathways, Clinical informatics, Pharmacy

    A week in the life of an NHS Chief Clinical Information Officer (CCIO)

    I’m Sarah Thompson, a Pharmacist and Chief Clinical Information Officer (CCIO) at Stockport NHS Foundation Trust in the north west. I’ve been specialised in a digital role for over 11 years now, an alumni of Cohort 1 of the NHS Digital Academy, and I’m very proud to be one of the first CCIOs with a Pharmacy background in the NHS.

    Published on 01 August 2022

    By Sarah Thompson