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An international review and analysis of frameworks used to support digital working by frontline healthcare staff

Explore the digital evolution in healthcare with the Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre (DHI) and our international panel of experts as we delve into the insights from our latest report: "How to navigate the digital shift in healthcare? An international review and analysis of frameworks supporting digital work for frontline healthcare staff."

Since 2016, the digital transformation of health and care has been rapidly advancing, with the COVID-19 pandemic acting as a catalyst (Morrison et al., 2022).

Join the webinar on Wednesday 28 February 2024, for the report launch during the livestream from 10-11 (UK Time). During this event, our panel of experts will present key findings and recommendations for discussion.

Featured Guests:

  1. Prof Lesley Holdsworth, Clinical Lead for Digital Health & Care Scottish Government and Assoc. Director NHS Education Scotland
  2. Dr Sanna Rimpiläinen, Head of Research & Skills, Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre and lead author of the report
  3. Dr Louise Schaper, Director of Comperio Pty; former CEO of Australasian Institute of Digital Health
  4. Mr Cris Scotter, HRH Policy Advisor, Health Workforce and Service Delivery team at World Health Organization
  5. Dr Ann Wales, Programme Lead, Knowledge and Decision Support, Health Improvement Scotland

Don't miss this opportunity to navigate the dynamic landscape of digital healthcare transformation and gain insights into the frameworks shaping the future of frontline healthcare staff.


  • Welcome and introduction from the Chair

  • Presentation of key findings and recommendations from the report

  • Panel discussion

  • Q&A from online audience

  • Final comments from the Chair


Learn more and register.

Attendees will also be interested in the work of BeWell.


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Date : 28/02/2024 Time (CET): 11:00 > 12:00

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