The Digital Health Networks Editorial Board
The Digital Health Networks Editorial Board is an independent panel of NHS IT leaders authoring thought leadership articles, white papers and guides on NHS IT topics.
The aim of the content is to support NHS IT leaders, to deepen community engagement within the Networks, and to help share the experiences of a range of local leaders – with a view to informing national policy on NHS digitisation and data use.
In 2022, we plan to publish one piece a month. That will include chapters from our CNIO Handbook, which brings together personal stories and learning from nursing digital leaders, sharing experience and expertise which will be useful to others interested in the field. Other topics we’re currently exploring include burnout in the context of the digital workforce, population health management, and electronic patient records.
To find out more, or if you’re interesting in getting involved in the Editorial Board, email Lauren Hoodless, head of networks: firstname.lastname@example.org
Burnout is defined as the result of “chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed” – and, as such, is a clear risk for NHS staff. In this piece developed with the Digital Health Networks Editorial Board, Claire Read …
Digital Health has launched a new dedicated website to provide a home for our community of NHS IT leaders. The Digital Health Networks is a 7,000 strong independent professional community of NHS IT leaders, focused on collaboration and sharing best …