The Not Mini Adults Podcast - “Pioneers for Children’s Healthcare and Wellbeing”

Episode 4: DRIVE (Part 1) with Professor Neil Sebire

July 10, 2020 Season 1 Episode 4
The Not Mini Adults Podcast - “Pioneers for Children’s Healthcare and Wellbeing”
Episode 4: DRIVE (Part 1) with Professor Neil Sebire
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The Not Mini Adults Podcast - “Pioneers for Children’s Healthcare and Wellbeing”
Episode 4: DRIVE (Part 1) with Professor Neil Sebire
Jul 10, 2020 Season 1 Episode 4

In today's episode of The Not Mini Adults Podcast - "Pioneers for Children's Health and Wellbeing" we speak with Professor Neil Sebire.  Neil is Professor of Paediatric Pathology at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) in London, and Chief Research Information Officer and Director of the Digital Research, Informatics and Virtual Environment (DRIVE) Unit at Great Ormond Street Hospital.  The theme of our converstaion is 'Data' and there is no one better than Neil to discuss the importance that data has in bringing the future of healthcare to children. 

Neil is a clinical academic with research interests that include complications of pregnancy and the placenta, stillbirth and infant death, as well as paediatric oncology and nephrology. His current research and academic interests are however focused around the impact of digital transformation on health care, in particular how clinical informatics will improve child health.

DRIVE aims to become a world leading clinical informatics unit focused on data analysis, accelerating research and the deployment of cutting-edge technology.  DRIVE harnesses the powerful combination of rich health data with data science and digital innovation to develop scalable solutions to enhance health services not only for GOSH patients but across the wider NHS.

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Theme Music - ‘Mountain’

copyright Lisa Fitzgibbon 2000
Written & performed by Lisa Fitzgibbon,
Violin Jane Griffiths

Podcast artwork thanks to The Podcast Design Experts.

Show Notes

In today's episode of The Not Mini Adults Podcast - "Pioneers for Children's Health and Wellbeing" we speak with Professor Neil Sebire.  Neil is Professor of Paediatric Pathology at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) in London, and Chief Research Information Officer and Director of the Digital Research, Informatics and Virtual Environment (DRIVE) Unit at Great Ormond Street Hospital.  The theme of our converstaion is 'Data' and there is no one better than Neil to discuss the importance that data has in bringing the future of healthcare to children. 

Neil is a clinical academic with research interests that include complications of pregnancy and the placenta, stillbirth and infant death, as well as paediatric oncology and nephrology. His current research and academic interests are however focused around the impact of digital transformation on health care, in particular how clinical informatics will improve child health.

DRIVE aims to become a world leading clinical informatics unit focused on data analysis, accelerating research and the deployment of cutting-edge technology.  DRIVE harnesses the powerful combination of rich health data with data science and digital innovation to develop scalable solutions to enhance health services not only for GOSH patients but across the wider NHS.

Thinking of Oscar Website and Contact details can be found here.

Follow us on Twitter here.

Theme Music - ‘Mountain’

copyright Lisa Fitzgibbon 2000
Written & performed by Lisa Fitzgibbon,
Violin Jane Griffiths

Podcast artwork thanks to The Podcast Design Experts.