- Examination of the applications of narrow artificial intelligence and machine learning strategies in musculoskeletal medicine (radiology, clinical decision support systems, pattern recognition of causative trends of diagnosis).
- The natural transition to a virtual point of care for patients and the removal of necessary therapeutic context which may have risks for patient-clinician relationship.
- A clinician’s perspective on how healthcare leaders must facilitate staff engagement with digital transformation to optimise the wider application of AI technologies.
Clinical Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist- Private& Occupational Health Physiotherapy Manager
Guys & St Thomas' Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
04:25PM - Day 2