Health systems across the world are investing in moving from paper-based to digital infrastructures. This creates major new opportunities for creating data enabled health systems. Join this “Talks At The Square”- event to hear about Learning Health Systems, and the major developments designed to move healthcare into the 21st Century.
Aziz Sheikh, Professor of Primary Care Research and Development, and Director of the Usher Institute at the University of Edinburgh will visit BioInnovation Institute to give an exclusive talk at BII’s ‘Talks at the Square’ event series on the latest development in Learning Health Systems. This event is free of charge. Learn more and sign up here…
Aziz Sheikh holds a medical doctorate from Imperial College London and is a professor and director at the University of Edinburgh. He holds several positions as visiting chair and is Co-Director of Harvard Medical School’s Safety, Quality, Informatics Leadership (SQIL) Program. Aziz has substantive academic and health policy interests in leveraging the potential of health information technology and data science to transform the delivery of health care and improve population health.
Students, researchers and entrepreneurs with an interest in creating data enabled health systems
March 5th. 14.30-16.30
BioInnovation Institute, COBIS, Ole Maaløes Vej 3 2200 Copenhagen N.