NHSScotland at the SECC, Glasgow on 21 and 22 June, is just a day away and with the theme of “Driving Quality Through Innovation” the event has attracted over 1,000 delegates.
The conference will provide an excellent opportunity to showcase a diverse range of services and activities that help support the delivery of quality health and healthcare services in NHSScotland.
The event kicks off addressing Technology Innovation in NHSScotland: The Big Debate, a subject very close to eCom Scotland, who are delighted to be attending as an exhibitor.
eCom Scotland will be on hand to discuss their experiences and expertise in working within many pockets of the NHS in Scotland and beyond.
eCom is currently in the process of developing a suite of eLearning resources for NHS Education for Scotland (NES). The NES QI Education Programme aims to support capacity and capability building in quality improvement skills by delivering a range of educational solutions to supply the delivery of the Quality Strategy.
Another exciting project involves creating bespoke eLearning content on how medical imaging technologies work and what they can be used for. Created in partnership with SINAPSE (Scottish Imaging Network : A Platform for Scientific Excellence) the modules will be launched later this month.
From informative websites, such as the Moodcafe (www.moodcafe.co.uk) in conjunction with NHS Psychology Fife, to eCom’s work with local Community Health Partnerships the eCom name is well embedded within the health sector as a whole.
More about eCom's solutions in healthcare is available at www.ecomscotland.com and at the event on stand 13.