PRSB at biggest ever CCIO Summer School

The PRSB attended this month’s Digital Health summer school in Manchester with chief clinical information officers and other information specialist leaders.

The event boasted record attendance with wide-ranging discussions and a few late nights, as more than 300 people descended on the University of Manchester. The PRSB’s Clinical Director Dr Phil Koczan also joined the summer school to contribute the PRSB’s perspective to the discussions.

The attendees, who included chief clinical information officers (CCIOs), chief information officers (CIOs) and chief nursing information officers (CNIOs), learned about themes ranging from the need to get more frontline staff engaged with the NHS’s digital processes to the importance of capturing data at the point of care and the need to get more nurses involved in digitisation. The event attracted more clinicians than previous years, including younger CCIOs.

Challenges were also discussed, including funding and whether digital programmes should be funded centrally or locally. The group discussed the future of app development to encourage self-care for conditions such as asthma and issues surrounding data sharing and consent. Following recent reports of cyber attacks on NHS information systems, security was also high on the agenda for attendees.

The two-day residential summer school involved site visits, a networking dinner and various workshops. Speakers included Keith McNeil, chief clinical information officer for health and social care.

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    - September 16, 2021, 1:16 pm

    We rely on the views, feedback and ideas of those who have used health and care records to make our standards and this nursing records project is no different. Remuneration is available for focus group attendees at £25 p/h. Email info@theprsb.org to book! @little_emmabird
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    - September 16, 2021, 1:15 pm

    The aim of the standard is to improve and standardise nursing records by improving the structure and content of info populating records, which will enable sharing between teams and organisations and help people to navigate their own records. @NHSX @NCFCareForum
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    - September 16, 2021, 1:00 pm

    The PRSB have been commissioned by @NHSX to develop a nursing records standard On 7th Oct, we are holding a focus group with people who have used health and care services to determine what info should be included in the standard. Email info@theprsb.org to book @theRCN @TheQNI
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    - September 16, 2021, 7:57 am

    RT @digitalhealth2: ICYMI this morning - @ProfRecordSB has officially launched a scheme to help support the adoption and implementation of…

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    - September 16, 2021, 7:57 am

    RT @Maureenprsb: Our Partner Scheme @ProfRecordSB is going from strength to strength. Read all about it @digitalhealth2
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