Professor Maureen Baker to judge Digital Health Awards

We’re delighted to announce that our chair, Professor Maureen Baker, has been confirmed to judge at the Digital Health Awards, as part of our partnership on this year’s Digital Health Summer Schools.

The Digital Health Awards recognises and celebrate the achievements of the leaders making the biggest contributions to UK healthcare IT. Now in its second year, it is the only health IT awards in which all 3,000 members of Digital Health Networks are invited to vote online for the winners.Maureen joins a host of high-profile digital health leaders on the judging panel, including Will Smart, CIO of Health and Care, NHS England (chairman of judges), Prof Jonathan Kay, Vice Chair, Faculty of Clinical Informatics; Dr Indra Hardy, Digital Health and AI Clinical Lead, NHS England; Lisa Emery, CIO, Royal Marsden NHS FT / Chair, London CIO Council; and Dr Shera Chok, Medical Director, Tower Hamlets GP Care Group CIC.

The nominations are open to everyone, you can nominate yourself or someone else, and it takes only five minutes to submit your entry. The winners will be announced at the networking dinner of the annual Digital Health Summer Schools, 18-19 July, University of Leeds and as part of their prize, they will receive a free place at next year’s Summer Schools 2020.  

The online form is quick and easy – just confirm who you are putting forward, for which category and three reasons why. The 31 May deadline is fast approaching, so enter now!


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