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Beyond COVID-19: Promoting Digital Responses To The Needs Of People With Neurological Conditions
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Beyond COVID-19: Promoting Digital Responses To The Needs Of People With Neurological Conditions

01:32:00

Mar 25, 2021 10:33 AM

The Neurological Alliance of Ireland (NAI) brings together over thirty non-profit organisations to advocate for the rights of 800,000 people in Ireland living with a neurological condition. Neurological Conditions affect the brain and spinal cord.
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Speakers

Julie Bellew
IT Deputy Delivery Director @Community Health HSE
Julie Bellew is IT Deputy Delivery Director, Community Health, HSE. Her role is that of ICT applications lead with responsibility for interfaces, integration and RIS migrations. She is also heavily involved in the programme planning and development schedules.
Professor Martin Curley
Director of Digital Transformation and Open Innovation @Health Services Executive
Professor Martin Curley is Director of Digital Transformation and Open Innovation at the Health Services Executive, helping to enable the digital transformation of Ireland’s health service. Most recently Martin was Chief Information Officer (CIO) at the HSE. Prior to joining the HSE Martin was Senior Vice President and group head for Global Digital Practice at Mastercard. Previously Martin was Vice President at Intel Corporation and Director/GM of Intel Labs Ireland.
Dr Colin Doherty
Consultant Neurologist St. James Hospital and Principal Investigator FutureNeuro Research Centre
Colin Doherty holds the Ellen Mayston Bates Chair in Epileptology at Trinity College Dublin School of Health Sciences. His undergraduate degree was awarded by UCD (1991) and he trained in Medicine and Neurology at St Vincent’s and Beaumont Hospitals, Dublin and later at the Partners Neurology Residency Programme at Harvard Medical School, Boston (Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital) where he was Chief Resident in 2001). He then completed Fellowships in Epilepsy and Cognition at MGH (2001-2003). He was a consultant neurologist at St James’s hospital for 15 years from 2005 until the summer of 2020 when he joined the staff of TCD in the Academic Unit of Neurology. He has clinical and research interests in the areas of brain imaging, clinical epileptology, Traumatic Brain Injury and Digital Health. He is also a Principal investigator at FutureNeuro, the SFI Research Centre for Chronic and Neurological Diseases