Digital Health and Care Scotland 2021

Now in its 10th year the Holyrood Digital Health and Care Conference is Scotland's leading provider of content focused on digital health and care issues and provides the opportunity to develop a key understanding of how digital technology can support Scotland's health and social care sector and deliver innovative new ways for improving the experience of patients and staff. 



Digital Health and Care Scotland 2021

Feb 24, 2021

Register for Digital Health and Care Scotland 2021 and come and join us for our panel session. 

REGISTER HERE

Join Tunstall at this year's Digital Health and Care Scotland 2021 where we will be available at our virtual stand. 

We also have a panel session:

Supporting Independent Living through Telecare | Thursday 25th February 10:00-11:00

In this session we will explore the ways telecare and telehealth can support both residents and staff in care homes, during the pandemic and beyond, as well as examining the benefits of building upon reactive services to develop more proactive and ultimately predictive models of community-based care.

Chaired by: Penny Taylor, Health Journalist

Speakers Include:

  • Lucille Whitehead, Business Development Director, Tunstall Healthcare
  • Angus Honeysett, Service Development Manager, Tunstall Healthcare
  • Jason Sharp, Operations Manager, Park View Care Home
  • Ruth Griffith, Strategic Planning and Commissioning Manager, Dumfries & Galloway Health and Social Care Partnership

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Park View - Making care person-centred, not room-centred

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Telecare Transformation Report: more independence for older people at home

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