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Realistic Medicine, Data and Me @ EISF

Wednesday 11 April 2018, 17.30-19.00
National Museum of Scotland
£8.50 (full)/£6.50 (concession)

Realistic Medicine puts the person receiving care at the heart of decision-making and creates a personalised approach to how this is given. It aims to reduce harm and waste and simplify care while managing risk and innovating to improve.

The Cancer Innovation Challenge is a Scottish Funding Council funded project encouraging open innovation around data to improve cancer care and outcomes in Scotland. The Challenge seeks data science solutions and patient data capture and integration technologies to help Scotland become a world leader in cancer care. But what role can these innovations around data play in the delivery of Realistic Medicine?

Join experts Dr Catherine Calderwood (Chief Medical Officer for Scotland) and Gillian Docherty (The Data Lab), Prof Sarah Cunningham-Burley (University of Edinburgh) and Ian Welsh OBE (Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland) in conversation with Dr Brian Robson (Healthcare Improvement Scotland) and hear this panel discussion on the role that innovations in data will play in the delivery of Realistic Medicine, and what this means for you.

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