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DHEZ Workshops

The Digital Health Enterprise Zone (DHEZ) Workshops are working meetings in which

  • innovative healthcare applications will be demonstrated and/or
  • potential digital health solutions will be investigated in the context of clinically led challenges

 

As with other DHEZ activity, the objective is to bring together academics, clinicians and business to

  • highlight current healthcare innovations whose purpose is to deploy effective new models of care
  • develop effective solutions for clinically led / user centred challenges

 

We are working on a number of workshop themes, and are happy to receive ideas and suggestions for potential workshops - please send enquiries/suggestions to dhez@bradford.ac.uk

Details of confirmed workshop will be listed here.

 

Mobile Cancer Care Unit ... 10 June 2019 10:00-14:00

This event is in partnership with One HealthTech

Purpose of the workshop:

To learn about the work of the West Yorkshire Mobile Cancer Care Unit (MCCU): a joint project between the cancer charity Hope for Tomorrow and Airedale NHS Foundation Trust.

 

Mobile Cancer Care Unit:

This is a truck (approx. 6 car parking widths) which has been kitted with 4 treatment chairs to provide chemotherapy to people nearer their homes. It is maintained by Hope for Tomorrow and is supported by a Nurses’ Support Vehicle which takes the nursing teams to where the MCCU is going to located for the day e.g. supermarket car park.

Our workshop will tell the story of how the MCCU came to be and how the people involved in its development made this work: changing the way that cancer care can be delivered.

 

Register for the event

Mobile Cancer Care Unit