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About the event

Technology is bringing transformational improvements to the provision of health and care in today’s society. Imperial alumni and academics are innovating solutions to address some of the most pressing healthcare challenges of our time.

Join us as we bring together alumni experts working in healthtech for a discussion around the future of digital technologies in healthcare.

Our esteemed panel of Imperial alumni will share insights they have gained through their own work in healthtech, and explore the potential of digital solutions in addressing the key concerns of patients and healthcare professionals.

How can we utilise digital technology to confront the main challenges in healthcare? What can we achieve through harnessing the power of data and what do we make of the digital divide? How is the sector changing with the adoption of digital and what will the future require of anyone working in it?

Tune in to hear an insightful conversation around these and more pressing topics – and ask your own questions of the panel during the Q&A.

Our panellists:

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Dr Abdullah Albeyatti (MBBS Medicine 2011), Winner of the Emerging Alumni Leader Award 2021
GP, CEO and Co-founder, Medicalchain / MyClinic

 

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Dr Saira Ghafur (MSc DIC Health Policy 2015), Co-founder,
Prova Health / Psyma, Lead for Digital Health, Institute of Global Health Innovation at Imperial, Honorary Respiratory Consultant at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

 

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Arjun Panesar (Meng Computing 2006), Winner of the Emerging Alumni Leader Award 2020
Founding CEO, Diabetes Digital Media, author and advisor to Information School, University of Sheffield

 

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The discussion will be chaired by Dr Ana Luisa Neves, Advanced Research Fellow and Associate Director at Imperial NIHR Patient Safety Translational Research Centre.

 

Imperial alumni, students and friends are welcome!