Join Channel 3 Consulting and C4DI for an inspiring event celebrating the incredible journeys and contributions of women in the digital health industry.
This gathering will take place on Thursday September 21st 2023, 12:30pm at C4DI in Hull, the birthplace of Amy Johnson, the first female pilot to fly alone from Britain to Australia.
This event will not be about flying solo. Instead, we will explore the groundbreaking work of women in digital health, highlighting their achievements and discussing the future of this rapidly evolving field. From innovative technologies to transformative research, our speakers will share their experiences and insights, inspiring the next generation of women in this industry.
Join us for a day filled with engaging discussions, networking opportunities, and the chance to connect with like-minded individuals who share a passion for digital health. Whether you are a student, professional, or simply curious about this field, this event is open to all who are interested.
Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to be part of the conversation and contribute to shaping the future of digital health. Join us by registering your place now!
Arrival drinks and snacks
Introductions and keynote from Rt Hon Dame Diana Johnson DBE PC
Hear from our experts: Panel discussion and Q&A
Breakout sessions: An opportunity for discussion, sharing and learning
Informal networking, drinks and food
Rebecca started her journey in healthcare at the beginning of Covid in administration roles at vaccination centres, and then moved on to a project support officer role, assisting in implementing a new EPR system in an NHS mental health trust. This opportunity allowed Rebecca to work in a wide range of workstreams including business change, training, UAT, reporting, data migration and data testing.
Dame Diana Ruth Johnson DBE PC is a British politician who has served as the Member of Parliament for Kingston upon Hull North since the 2005 general election. During the Brown ministry, she served as Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Schools in the Department for Children, Schools and Families, as well as being an Assistant Government Whip.
Dr Penny Kechagioglou MBBS, MRCP, CCT Clin Oncology, MPH, MBA, DBA, FMLM, FMCA Senior Consultant Clinical Oncologist, Chief Clinical Information Officer and deputy Chief Medical Officer at the University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire (UHCW) and Honorary Lecturer at Warwick University.
Nyasha earned a master’s degree in social work from the University of Sheffield in 2020. For several years she has worked as a qualified social worker, supporting the most vulnerable adults across South Yorkshire.
Katie Dowson is the Director of Digital for Doncaster CCG. Katie is responsible for the implementation of the Doncaster Place Digital Strategy, which focuses on ensuring digital services delivered will empower Doncaster people.
Simone’s love for the healthcare sector stems from when she was at IBM working on the bids for the NHS National Programme for IT. She joined Channel 3 in 2018 having worked in public sector consultancy for 7 years and in that time has worked her way up to partner.
In addition to her role as Chief Data Officer at University of Leeds, Monica holds various senior roles across several digital health organisations. She has many years of experience defining strategy and directing, current and future, information and data systems.
Will is an experienced leaning and development specialist. He is a director at Haiku, who support workplace learning across a range of topics including menopause, LGBTQIA+, addiction and grief.