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Title: Healthcare computing at the University of Portsmouth


1
Healthcare computing at the University of
Portsmouth
  • Dr Jim Briggs
  • http//www.chmi.port.ac.uk/
  • Last updated 6th November 2009

2
Group members
  • Permanent academic staff
  • Jim Briggs
  • Tineke Fitch
  • Penny Ross
  • Philip Scott
  • Carl Adams
  • Mohammed Gaber (Jan 2010)
  • Fixed-term staff
  • Dick Curry (pt)
  • Deb Prytherch (pt)
  • 3 vacancies
  • Visiting staff
  • Dave Prytherch
  • Administrative staff
  • Angela Muscat
  • Research students
  • Adesina Iluyemi
  • Jason Oakley (pt)
  • Tessy Badriyah (Oct 2009)
  • 2 vacancies

3
Main areas of interest
  • Telemedicine/telecare/telehealth/e-health
  • Clinical outcome modelling
  • Health informatics in developing countries
  • Socio-technical aspects of health informatics

4
Telemedicine/telecare
  • Jim, Dick, Tineke, Penny, Deb and many others

5
Telemedicine and e-health Information Service
(TEIS)
  • Started in 1998 as National Database of
    Telemedicine
  • Was funded by
  • Department of Health
  • British Library
  • NHS Information Authority
  • Not funded since March 2004
  • Currently stores data on
  • 305 projects 992 organisations 747 people
  • www.teis.port.ac.uk

6
Telecare Knowledge Network (TKN)
  • Since 2006
  • Collaborative with SEHTA
  • Funded by SEEDA
  • Workshops
  • www.tkn.port.ac.uk
  • ICE-T

7
Telecare in Portsmouth
  • Penny Ross (RA now SL)
  • Funded by Portsmouth City Council
  • Evaluation of the implementation of telecare in
    Portsmouth

8
The Living Lab
  • Monitoring people in their homes
  • An integrated service platform for the home
  • Collaborative project
  • PassivSystems Ltd (Newbury)
  • Funded but not yet started
  • Collaborations with Electronics
  • Digital Wellbeing / The Living Lab

9
Modelling clinical outcomes
  • Dave, Jim and others in the past

10
Models of clinical risk
  • Can useful predictive information be gleaned from
    already existing data?
  • Risk models of clinical outcome
  • P-POSSUM
  • BHOM
  • extends modelling beyond surgery
  • based on routine clinical practice

11
Collaborations
  • The Learning Clinic / Tigerteam Software
  • KTP
  • VitalPAC
  • Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Prof Gary Smith
  • Basingstoke Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Dr Geoff Lewis

12
Future work
  • Developing new models
  • more sophisticated models
  • condition-specific
  • environmental factors
  • Developing better models

13
Other areas
14
HI in developing countries
  • Adesina Iluyemi (RS)
  • Jointly supervised by Jim and Carl
  • How can mobile technologies be best used to
    provide healthcare services in African countries?

15
Socio-technical aspects of HI
  • Philip Scott
  • Was RS now SL
  • Exploring clinician use of information systems
  • What is there about clinicians that influences
    their propensity to use them?
  • Clinical ordering
  • Mixed methods research

16
Imaging
  • Jason Oakley (RS)
  • How to ensure that images shown when teaching
    radiography are consistently displayed

17
Southern Institute for Health Informatics (SIHI)
conferences
  • 10 conferences since July 1998
  • Last one on 18th September 2009
  • Patient engagement through innovation

18
Other past activities
  • Cancer care data (Penny)
  • ICT research initiative (Dick)
  • ISABEL evaluation (Jim Tineke)
  • Smart cards (Jim Roger Beresford)
  • Mobile healthcare (Tineke Carl)
  • VitalPAC security review (Jim, Vasilios Katos
    Azzri Bhaludin)
  • Internet study (Jim Gordon Early)
  • Health informatics MSc courses

19
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