International Technology Enabled Care Conference 2018
16th - 17th Oct 2018, The ICC, Birmingham
TSA are delighted to announce that the 2018 International Technology Enabled Care Conference will once again return to the International Convention Centre (ICC) in Birmingham on Tuesday 16th & Wednesday 17th October 2018 and will be chaired by TSA President and former Minister for Care, Paul Burstow.
The theme for this years conference will be: Connecting People, Improving Lives – A Digital Future for Technology Enabled Care. This theme will be followed over the 2 days of conference, with both keynote plenary speakers and breakout sessions focusing on this theme.
We will once again hold a call for papers, which will enable us to help shape breakout session content, and offer our delegates the opportunity to hear about best practice examples of how Technology Enabled Care is supporting users and communities. Further details on the call for papers will be released in due course, but the themes for which we are accepting submissions are:
Commissioning care and support in the digital world
Prevention and Reassurance: the role for a consumer market
Digital transformation for technology enabled care – managing the risks and maximising the opportunities
Last year’s conference saw over 700 attendees and over 55 exhibitor stands showcasing the latest Technology Enabled Care Solutions, and we believe that with our excellent programme content and a great centrally located venue, 2018 will be even more successful.
We look forward to seeing you in Birmingham for conference.
2017 speaker presentations
you can view the presentations from the 2017 International Technology Enabled Care conference below or via out YouTube playlisthere.
Professor of Practice in Ageing Science & Innovation, Newcastle University. Until September 2017, Roy was Director of the £40MM National Innovation Centre for Ageing at Newcastle University, . He remains engaged with the University as ... Read more
David Pearson CBE
Corporate Director, Adult Social Care, Health and Public Protection and Deputy Chief Executive, Nottinghamshire County Council. In 2016, David was asked to lead the development of a Sustainability and Transformation Partnership for health and social care services in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. ... Read more
Prof George Crooks OBE
CEO, Digital Health & Care Institute. Professor George Crooks is currently the Chief Executive of the Digital Health and Care Institute, Scotland’s national innovation centre for digital health and care. He ... Read more
"A very informative conference, relevant and beneficial to the services that we provide. It's also an opportunity for us to network and engage with new organisations. Sharing idea's and working together to provide excellent TECS. "
Sarah Martin, Wrekin Housing Trust
"The programme content was very good with something for everyone. "
Peter Almond, Liverpool Community health NHS Trust
"Accessible location. Good variety of break out sessions. opportunity to network with other providers and suppliers."
Gary Thomas-McGenity, North warwickshire Borough Council
"A great opportunity for service providers and manufactures to share information and knowledge"
Margaret Hutchings, South Essex Homes
"I liked that there was opportunity to hear form people about how the digital switch over will affect telecare and how suppliers are planning to offer solutions."
Gemma Dolby, Trafford Housing Trust
"Opportunity to network, gather relevant information regarding the industry, good talks an new tech on display. "
Steve Howrad, Wightcare
"A great range of suppliers within the exhibition and a great opportunity to talk to people and try kit."
Lucy Forrest, Cambridgeshire County Council
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