The Leeds Institute for Data Analytics is pleased to present the next seminar in our series showcasing data analytics.
The seminar will be held in Seminar Room 9.60, Level 9, Worsley building.
In spite of numerous quality improvement interventions, remains a significant problem internationally. Continuous patient monitoring may form an important part of the solution. However, the use of conventional monitors to achieve this is poorly tolerated by patients and staff alike because they restrict patient mobility. The rapid development of wearables promises to provide a solution. In this talk we discuss the evidence around the feasibility of using wearable monitors to continuously monitor inpatients, practical barriers to implementation and promising avenues for future development.
Tim Bonnici is an Intensive Care and Acute Medicine physician and digital health researcher working at the University of Oxford. He combines his clinical work with research into using novel technologies to support clinical decision making. Particular research interests are the integration of wearable sensors, clinical informatics and machine learning to create effective, efficient and intuitive digital tools to address the problem of missed inpatient deterioration.
15.30-15.45: Identification of Clinical Factors Associated with Poor Surgical Outcomes in a Primary Care Dataset- David Narganes, LIDA Data Scientist Intern
15.45-16.00: e-noses for detecting appendicitis in children– Jonathan Sutcliffe, Consultant Paediatric Surgeon, LTHT
16.00-17.00: The use of wearable monitors to detect inpatient deterioration– Tim Bonnici
17:00-18:00: Networking reception with drinks and nibbles hosted in the LIDA staff room
To book please email Hayley Irving with your name, occupation and faculty/organisation.