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What makes a successful clinical informatics team?

We are delighted to be holding a joint webinar on Thursday 24 November, 12-1pm with the Faculty of Clinical Informatics (FCI) on building clinical informatics teams.

FCI has recently published a selection of recourses on 'Building successful clinical informatics teams'. Please join us and hear from our panel members about their journeys in developing their local clinical informatics teams, and what they hope to take away and use to develop locally. Learning objectives:

  • Identifying common challenges in building clinical informatics services.

  • Learning from different organisations and professionals about how they have overcome challenges and developed their teams.

Chair: Dr Anne Marie Cunnigham, FCI Council Vice Chair, Chair of the Professionalism Standing Committee

  • Speakers: Dr Basil Bekdash, Consultant Paediatric Surgeon and Clinical Safety Officer, Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust

  • Dr Stephen Baguley, Consultant Sexual Health & HIV Physician and Clinical Director of eHealth, NHS Grampian

  • Ramandeep Kaur, Chief Clinical Information Officer, University Hospitals of Northamptonshire

  • Jodian Barrett, Digital Lead Nurse for Care Information Exchange and Remote Patient Monitoring at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.


In September 2021, the FCI published the model job description for a Chief Clinical Informatics Officer (CCIO) and linked guidance.

Continuing its aim to professionalise the clinical informatics workforce, the FCI Professionalism Standing Committee recognised the need to not only define the CCIO role but to identify how that role works as part of a successful multidisciplinary team.

Following research with their members, FCI has outlined the ingredients that make clinical informatics teams successful, with advice on resourcing, team culture and professional development.

This resource includes a collection of case studies that describe real examples of how clinical informaticians can come together in successful health and care teams from a range of clinical settings.

You can Read the report here and we hope you will join us live on the 24th to talk about the FCI's findings.

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