We develop educational and training opportunities for healthcare professionals at different stages of their career to gain the skills necessary to safely and effectively adopt digital health technologies.
We develop enabling technical platforms that facilitate the adoption of cutting edge digital health technologies such as medical AI. We focus on shortening the journey from innovation to implementation.
We develop and contribute to the development of policies, best practice and industry standards in regards to software medical devices and patient data, locally for our Trust as well as in collaboration with others nationally and internationally.
Four members of the CSC team are awarded Topol Fellowships to work on innovative digital health projects, taking the tally of Topol Fellows in CSC to a total of six.
The first version of the AIDE (AI Deployment Engine) is deployed at King’s College Hospital.
The Clinical Scientific Computing (CSC) department is born at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust (GSTT).
|26 September 2023||HETT||HETT 2023 will explore the systems and infrastructure that underpin and enable a data-driven NHS, supporting the ecosystem to deliver patient outcomes through the meaningful implementation of technology.||London, UK||HETT23|
|8-12 October 2023||MICCAI23||The 26th International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention||Vancouver, Canada||MICCAI23|
|9 October 2023||BIR AI in NM&PET 2023||This event showcases a range of AI use in nuclear medicine and PET.||Richard Doll Building, Oxford||BIR AI NM&PET|
|26-30 November 2023||RSNA23||The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) is a non-profit organization that represents 31 radiologic subspecialties from 145 countries around the world.||Chicago, Illinois, USA||RSNA23|
|July 2024||Implementation of UK MDR||Updated version of Medical Device Regulation will come into force in the UK.||UK||UK MDR|