Scotland’s innovation-led future

Accelerating the health & social care of tomorrow

7th July, Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh & online (Teams)

The Chair of Scotland’s Life Sciences Industry Leadership Group, along with industry, academic and NHS leaders will be delivering this National NHS event looking at innovating health and social care priorities for Scotland. Key focal themes of the event include:-

  • AI validation and delivery in health and care settings – safe innovation and commercialisation

  • Medicines – novel industrialisation and introduction of innovative medicines in NHS Scotland

  • Transformation in chronic disease and Long Term Conditions – a global view of what Scotland can achieve in 2022

  • Investment Opportunities in Scotland for Life Sciences

Members of the iCAIRD Core operations & clinical collaborator teams will be in attendance on the 7th July discussing iCAIRD’s work in artificial intelligence healthcare innovation research

David Harrison

iCAIRD Programme Director & AI Clinical Lead, SHIP

Health Data & AI in Scotland panel, 13:00 – 15:00

“The good, the bad and the ugly – lessons from iCAIRD”

James Blackwood

iCAIRD CTO & NHS Programme Manager, and AI Lead at Scottish Health & Industry Partnership.

Health Data & AI in Scotland panel presenter, 13:30 – 15:00

“Putting spokes on the AI wheel”

Neil Warbrick

NHS GGC eHealth Innovation Programme Director

Health Data & AI in Scotland panel, 13:30 – 15:00

“The importance of choice: enabling comparisons between different solutions”

David Lowe

iCAIRD NHS GGC Clinical Lead, SHIP

Moderating panel discussions throughout the event

Julie Brittenden

NHS GGC Director of Research & Development & iCAIRD Academic Lead

“Is Scotland Ready for Population Health Change?” panel, 13:30 – 15:00


For the full agenda and to register for the event please visit the NHS Innovation Event info page