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Professor Sameer Zuberi & Dr Neil Patel, who both work at NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde's Royal Hospital for Children, and the University of Glasgow, will share their expert knowledge as they give an introduction into the use of clinical video, particularly smartphone, carer-recorded, current utility and novel developments at the RAF Club, 128 Picadilly, London on Thursday 30th March at 10am.
Small businesses across the West of Scotland are being asked to come forward with innovative solutions to help reduce drug deaths across the country. Applications are now open for a £5million challenge, which is focused on the detection of, response to and intervention in potentially fatal drug overdose episodes.
The West of Scotland Innovation Hub has welcomed three new fellows to its team of digital innovation in medicine experts. Professor Steven Lo, Dr Chris Sainsbury and Dr Ana Talbot officially started their roles with the Hub on Tuesday 11 October.
NHSGGC Research and Innovation teams, including staff at the clinical research facilities have recently finished a clinical study, which started in late 2021, comparing the mOm Essential Incubator to standard incubators. Clinical staff, supported by the West of Scotland Innovation Hub, have also shared their experience of this technology with doctors in Ukraine.
Staff across NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde have been wearing red today (June 17) to support the amazing work of our teams who are making COVID-19 research happen. #Red4Research celebrates the phenomenal work of the R&I teams within NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde and beyond. NHSGGC has been at the heart of research into COVID-19 throughout the pandemic, with the team playing a crucial role in initiating, delivering and overseeing the conduct of urgent public health trials including COVID-19 vaccines, Recovery and REMAP CAP studies, which have led to improved outcomes and reduced improving mortality rates.
Applications are now open for neurology projects looking to take part in the vCreate Neuro test of change pilot. This follows approval from the Scottish Government for a further three years of funding for the vCreate Neuro platform.
The Scottish Health Industry Partnership (SHIP) have announced they are funding Open Innovation Challenges in Women’s and Children’s Health. Selected challenges will support industry partners to work with clinical teams to develop innovative solutions to key clinical priorities.
We took home the Data Driven Innovation Award for NHSGGC's work in Pathology digitisation and AI, alongside partners iCAIRD and there was further success for the Hub in the Industry Collaboration Award category, where we were named this year’s winner for our work on the Dynamic AI COPD information and monitoring tool, which has been life-changing for patients.
Scottish Digital Health and Care Awards 2022 - Industry Collaboration Award - Dynamic AI
Scottish Digital Health and Care Awards 2022 - Data Driven Innovation Award - iCAIRD Pathology Digitisation & AI
HSJ Awards 2021 - Digitising Patient Services Initiative - Digital Dermatology Assessment
Scottish Digital Health and Care Awards 2021 - COVID-19 Response Award - vCreate
Scottish Digital Health and Care Awards 2021 - Technology Enabled Independent Living Award - Dynamic Scot
Scottish Life Sciences Awards 2021 - Innovative Collaboration Award - iCAIRD
The Scottish Health Awards 2020 - Innovation Award - vCreate