DART-Ed webinar series

We are running a series of webinars looking at recent exciting developments in AI, robotics and digital technologies including the work the DART-Ed programme are undertaking around education, and preparing the workforce with the knowledge and skills they will need, now and for the future.

Webinar 5 - AI and Digital Healthcare Technologies Capability Framework

Join this webinar, taking place on 21 Februaury 2023, 12:00 - 12:45. This webinar will look at how the AI and Digital Healthcare Technologies Framework, published on 14 February 2023, addresses the need for our healthcare workforce to continually adapt to meet the needs of the society it serves. Health Education England (HEE) commissioned the University of Manchester to perform a learning needs analysis and develop a framework outlining the skills and capabilities to ensure our health and care professionals can work in a digitally and data enhanced environment. 

On the panel are:

  • Dr Adrian Brooke (Chair) - Deputy Medical Director, Workforce Alignment, Health Education England. 
  • Dr Hatim Abdulhussein - National Clinical Lead for AI and Digital Medical Workforce, Health Education England.

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Webinar 4 - Digital and AI transformation in Dentistry - where are we?

Digital technology is transforming how dentistry will be delivered in the future. Adopting digital opportunities will enable staff and patients to confidently navigate this new digital environment.

This webinar provided a scene setting to digital readiness in dentistry, as well as demonstrate the potential role of AI in dentistry and the interoperability challenge in the context of the profession.

On the panel were:

  • Sam Shah (chair) - Chief Medical Strategy Officer, Numan and Digital Health Research Lead, UCL Global Business School for Health
  • Andrew Dickenson - Chief Dental Officer for Wales
  • Dr. Hatim Abdulhussein - National Clinical Lead - AI and Digital Medical Workforce, Health Education England
  • Dr. Vinay Chavda - Academic Clinical Fellow in Dental and Maxillofacial Radiology, Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
  • Dr. Tashfeen Kholasi - General Dental Practitioner and Vice President, College of General Dentistry

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Webinar 3 - Learning from the application of AI in Health

The third installment of the DART-Ed webinar series took place on 11 August 2022 and looked at how artificial intelligence has the potential to transform healthcare, and in many cases is starting to do so. However, implementation of AI requires specialist skills from those clinicians working on these projects. The webinar focussed on experiences from clinicians who are actively working on AI related projects in the NHS. The webinar was guest chaired by Dr. Haris Shuaib, the AI Transformation Lead at the London AI Centre for Value Based Healthcare, and Fellowship Director for the recently launched London AI Fellowship Programme. 

On the panel were:

  • Haris Shuaib (Chair) - Consultant Physicist, Head of Clinical Scientific Computing at Guy's and St Thomas'​ NHS Foundation Trust
  • Dr. Hatim Abdulhussein - National Clinical Lead - AI and Digital Medical Workforce at Health Education England

  • Dr. Amar Patel - GP, Digital Lead and IIF Clinical Lead at Southport and Formby PCN and Topol Fellow 
  • Dr. Kavitha Vimalesvaran - Cardiology Registrar and Clinical AI Fellow
  • Christina Sothinathan - Digital Health NHS Navigator, DigitalHealth.London and Advanced Practice Physiotherapist, St George’s Hospital

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Webinar 2 - Building appropriate confidence in AI to enable safe and ethical adoption

The second instalment of the DART-Ed webinar series took place on 1 February 2022 looking at how safe, effective, and ethical adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology in healthcare relies on confidence in using AI products. Participants are introduced to the findings of a report, produced by HEE and NHSX, which will be published in Spring 2022, outlining the educational needs of NHS healthcare professionals, through a detailed understanding of how we build confidence in the use of AI algorithms.

On the panel were:

  • Dr Maxine Mackintosh (Chair) - Programme Lead - Diversity, Genomics England
  • Dr Hatim Abdulhussein - Clinical Lead of DART-Ed Programme, Health Education England
  • Dr Annabelle Painter - Clinical fellow - AI and Workforce, Health Education England and NHSX
  • Dr Michael Nix - Clinical Fellow - AI and workforce, Health Education England and NHSX
  • George Onisiforou - Research Manager, NHS AI Lab, NHSX

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Webinar 1 - Digital, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics across the system - an introduction

The first webinar took place on 18 November 2021 providing an introduction to the work of Health Education England’s DART-Ed programme. We looked at the wider landscape of activity across the system, particularly the work of our partners, including NHSX (now the NHS Transformation Directorate), and examining what the main issues, barriers and benefits are in implementing these technologies with an opportunity for participants to ask our expert panel questions and find out more.

On the panel were:

  • Patrick Mitchell (Chair) - Director of Innovation, Digital and Transformation, Health Education England
  • Dr Hatim Abdulhussein - Clinical Lead of DART-Ed Programme, Health Education England
  • Richard Price - Project Manager, Technology Enhanced Learning, Health Education England
  • Brhmie Balaram - Head of AI Research & Ethics, NHS AI Lab, NHSX

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