FREE entry, no booking required. Refreshments at 6.15pm for a 6.30pm start.
One of the emerging priorities of the UK’s health and care system is allowing people to access care closer to home, even receiving hospital-level care in their own homes and care homes. But can we truly replace the hospital with innovative technology?
In this talk, Professor Dan Lasserson will outline how digital innovations and technologies that have benefitted patients in hospital can be deployed in the home and care home. He will explain how they can deliver more patient-focused and personalised solutions, but there are questions that researchers need to answer so we can understand how best to develop this model of care.
Key Speaker: Professor Dan Lasserson
Clinical Lead, Acute Hospital at Home Service, Oxford University Hospitals, Professor of Acute Ambulatory Care, University of Warwick and sub-theme lead within the Digital Health from Hospital at Home Theme of the Oxford Biomedical Research Centre (BRC).