The Global Gathering for Healthcare in Ireland

14 Conferences, 1,500 delegates, 100 Speakers, 4 workshops, 80 Exhibitors, 12 CPD, 14 ECMEC Credits, 11 EACCME Points

 

Collaboration is key to Excellence in Healthcare

Convention Centre Dublin

May 28th – 29th 2018

SOLD OUT

28th May – Healthcare Systems Empowering the Patient
Acute Services, Health Executives, Hospital Operators, ehealth, Clinical & Nursing Leadership, Payors, Providers,  Clinical Research Innovation

29th May – Patient and Digital Health Summits: How we care. How we eat. How we live.
Patients Groups, Patients & Families, Community Services, Integrated Care, Mental Health, Life Sciences & Med Tech, Venture Capital, Personal & Corporate Wellness, Food, Public Health

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OUR SPEAKERS

Alan Hughes

Health Advisory

KPMG Global

Biography

Alan works with KPMG’s Global Healthcare Group across many geographies on healthcare policy and transactions.  He has worked in the Healthcare Advisory sector for 20 years starting out in Investment Banking on major cross-border deals for Global Life Science companies.  In total he has worked on over 30 M&A healthcare deals.  On recent consulting projects he advised senior government officials on healthcare policy across many geographies.  For example over the last 12 months he has worked in six countries supporting healthcare strategy decisions.

Alan has dedicated his professional life to healthcare working with organisations at regional, national and global level.  He believes in clinically-led reform which he complements with his strong international network of leading clinicians and healthcare specialists.

In addition to his professional activities he spent four years on the National Children’s Hospital Board in a non-executive role.  The opportunity to work closely with patient-facing colleagues on voluntary projects such as Rare Disease Clinics and Research programmes has been humbling but has informed his sector awareness.  More recently he has started to support Enactus with planning and advice.  Enactus is a leadership development organisation for students operating through the medium of social enterprise.”

Speaking in Investing in Healthcare Summit

Day 1

Venue Liffey Hall 2

Time 16:25

Marijana Neskovska

‘My Doctor’ Project Lead – Serbia

Sorsix ehealth

Biography

Marijana Neskovska is the project lead for Sorsix in Serbia.  She leads the deployment and ongoing support of the National Integrated Health Information System, branded MojDoktor (my Doctor) and a deployment of the Sorsix Pinga platform. Marijana has led the localization, deployment and rollout of this system to 7.2 million people from 2016.

Marijana was previously a project lead at the e-Health Directorate of the Ministry of Health of Macedonia. During her time at the e-Health Directorate she was involved in the implementation and ongoing improvement of Macedonia’s national e-Health platform, MojTermin – also a deployment of the Sorsix Pinga platform. Her role involved ongoing improvement of health processes and workflow automation via Pinga throughout Macedonia.

Marijana brought extensive IT experience to the role, having been an adminstrator at Kumanovo General Hospital in Macedonia. She holds a degree in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, majoring in Telecommunications. 

A 34 month video timeline of the ‘My Doctor ‘ Serbian National integrated care electronic health record roll-out, since March 2016 is provided here.  https://serbia-rollout.sorsix.com/

Speaking in Clinical Leaders Summit

Day 1

Venue Liffey Meeting Room 3

Time 12:00

Speaking in eHealth Summit

Day 2

Venue Liffey Hall 2

Time 12:55

Amanda Torrens

Managing Director

Brindley Healthcare

Biography

Amanda is Managing Director of Brindley Healthcare. She founded Brindley Healthcare in 2000, built and opened the first Nursing Home in Donegal that year. She has steered the group through the changes and turbulent times in Healthcare to where the company now sits as one of the top three independently owned residential care home groups in Ireland. Amanda undertakes overall responsibility for the day to day running and future planning and development for Brindley Healthcare.
Amanda has formerly worked in banking and accounting departments and has managed homecare services in Northern Ireland. During this time Amanda has been a Director and Board member of Nursing Homes Ireland (NHI) representing private nursing homes, consulting on legislative and financial issues concerning the sector.
Amanda is currently a member of the NHI National Subcommittee for Commercial and Financial Affairs. She is the Chairperson of the Northwest Region of NHI. Amanda has during this time, with her businesses been a recipient of many nationally and local business accolades and awards.

Speaking in Elderly Care Summit

Venue Liffey Meeting Room 2

Day 2

Time 15:00

Dr. Hee Hwang

CIO & Associate Professor, Seoul National University Hospital

Biography

Chief Information Officer & Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital
Address: Department of Pediatrics, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital,
300 Gumidong, Bundanggu, Seongnam City, Gyeong-gi do, Korea

1996. Graduated from Seoul National University College of Medicine
1997-1998. Intern, Seoul National University Hospital
1998-2002. Resident, Department of Pediatrics, Seoul National University Children’s Hospital
2002-2004. Clinical Fellowship, Pediatric Neurology, Seoul National University Children’s Hospital
2004-2012. Assistant Professor, Division of Pediatric Neurology, Department of Pediatrics, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital
2012-current. Associate Professor, Division of Pediatric Neurology, Department of Pediatrics, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital
2011-current. Chief Information Officer (CIO), Seoul National University Bundang Hospital
2014-current. Chief, National Health IT strategy TF, Korea Health Industry Development

Speaking in Health Leaders Summit

Venue Liffey Hall 2

Day 1

Time 10:00

11:40 Panel Discussion

Speaking in eHealth Summit

Venue Liffey Hall 2

Time 11:15

Prof. Martin Curley

Chief Information Officer

HSE & CEO ehealth Ireland

Biography

Martin has an impressive track record of building high-performance teams and consistently delivering new innovations and transformation projects.  He has strong experience in public affairs and communications and has worked closely with the European Commission and national governments.  Martin is a recognised leader in Open Innovation and is the founder of the Innovation Value Institute which engages in research and consulting contracts across a number of industries.

Martin’s achievements to date include the transformation of Intel’s IT organisation into a world-class IT capability; leading the start-up of Mastercard Advisors Digital Capability; establishing and growing a global network of 15 Intel IT Innovation centres; transforming Intel’s research reputation in Europe while creating trusted advisor relationships at Commissioner/DG level in EU.

Speaking in eHealth Summit / chair

Day 2

Venue Liffey Hall 2

Time 10:00

John Connaghan

Interim Director General, Chief Operations Officer, HSE

Biography

John is the Interim Director General and was appointed Chief Operations Officer of the HSE in late 2017.

Prior to joining the HSE, John was Director of Health Performance and Delivery and Chief Operating Officer at NHS Scotland, where his responsibilities included Supporting NHS Scotland in delivering safe, effective and person-centred care.

John has been a Director and Senior Civil Servant since 2006 when he joined the Scottish Government as Director of Delivery charged with reducing waiting times and improving the general performance of the NHS. He has held the position of Acting Director General and Chief Executive of the NHS and was awarded a CBE in the 2015 Birthday Honours.

John has 10 years experience in industry prior to joining the NHS in 1987. He was previously General Manager of the Manufacturing Division of a major publisher with responsibilities for factories in Scotland and the USA. He has held three Chief Executive positions in Glasgow, Lothian and Fife.

John was a founding Director of the Maggies Centres Charity and Chaired the Finance Committee for a period of 10 years. He plays hockey for Scotland Veterans and holds over 50 senior caps at Masters International level.

John holds degrees from Strathclyde and Glasgow Caledonian Universities in Business, Finance and Strategy.

Speaking in eHealth Summit

Day 2

Venue Liffey Hall 2

Time 11:15

Penelope Kate Briant

Co-Founder and Partner of CapVest Associates LLP

Biography

Ms. Penelope Kate Briant is a Co-Founder and Partner of CapVest Associates LLP, BreadVest LP, CapVest Partners LP, CapVest Partners II L.P. and CapVest Special Partners and limited Partner of various other subsidiaries of CapVest. She served as an Associate at BT Capital. She worked in Bankers Trust’s Project Finance Group where she executed a number of infrastructure financings. From 1993 to 1996, she worked in the Financial Institutional Services Team at Deloitte & Touche in Johannesburg. She served as the Chairman at RenoNorden Investments AS. She served as the Chairman of RenoNorden AS. She serves as a Director of Mater Private Healthcare, Mater Private Executive Trust Ltd.,Mater Private Hospital Foundation II Ltd, MP Healthcare, Healthcare Holdings, Kronfagel Holding AB and Scandinavian Standard Norway AS. She serves as Board Member of Master Private and Director of Valeo Foods. She served as a Director of IP Powerhouse Holdings Limited. She served as a Director at Scandi Standard AB (publ) since 2013. She served as a Director of Vaasan & Vaasan Oy. She served as a Director of RenoNorden ASA since September 2011 until May 19, 2017. She is a graduated with an honors B.A. in Business Commerce and Accounting Honours from the University of Cape Town. She is (CA(SA)) from South African Institute of Chartered Accountants and registered with the Financial Conduct Authority UK.

Speaking in Plenary Summit Day 2

Venue Main Exhibition Hall * The liffey B

Time 08:30

Jim Mackey

Chief Executive

Biography

Jim Mackey returned to his substantive role as Chief Executive of the Trust in November 2017, a post he previously held for ten years.  He was welcomed back after completing a two year secondment in a national role as Chief Executive of the NHS Improvement.

Jim successfully oversaw the creation of NHS Improvement, an organisation that brought together the Regulators Monitor and the Trust Development Authority.  Responsible for overseeing NHS Trusts, NHS Improvement supports providers to ensure patients are given consistently safe, high quality compassionate care within local health systems that are financially sustainable.

Previous to his time at Northumbria Healthcare, Jim held a number of senior roles with the NHS, the Regional Office of the Department of Health in Northern and Yorkshire and, prior to that, worked in Local Government.

Speaking in Plenary Summit Day 1

Venue Main Exhibition Hall * Liffey B

Time 09:45

Speaking in Health Leaders Summit

Venue Liffey Hall 2

Time 12:50

DCI Vanessa Smith

Detective Chief Inspector West Yorkshire Cyber Crime Unit

Biography

Cyber Security is an exceptionally new and greatly debated topic within policing.

British Prime Minister Theresa May has launched the controversial investigatory powers bill, which could give police more power to look at our web history and mobile phones.

Vanessa has developed the cyber response strategy in order to combat the ongoing threat and to protect sensitive information.

Speaking in Plenary Summit Day 2

Venue Main Exhibition Hall * The liffey B

Time 09:30

Speaking in Cyber, Innovation & Digital Summit

Venue Liffey Hall 2

Time 14:00

Dr. Alina Mihai

Consultant Radiation Oncologist

Biography

 

Dr. Alina Mihai is full time Consultant Radiation Oncologist at  Beacon Hospital, with expertise in high technology such as IMRT and stereotactic radiosurgery and stereotactic body radiotherapy.  Dr. Mihai earned her Medical Degree and Specialty in Romania. Her training included clinical and research Fellowships in France (University of Rouen –Prof B.Dubray), and Canada.  Between 2002-2005 at University of Toronto, where she was involved in  development of forward planning IMRT for breast cancer and in assessing the role of central pathology review in DCIS breast. Between 2006-2007 Dr Mihai joined the staff of the Radiotherapy Department of the Cross Cancer Institute Edmonton (Alberta), initially as a Clinical Research fellow, subsequently as a full time locum Consultant. During this period she was involved in developing the tomotherapy technique for breast cancer treatments, as well as in implementing the PET-CT and myocardial perfusion scans in the process of radiotherapy planning for lung and breast malignancies.

Dr Mihai joined UPMC Beacon Hospital in July 2007.  She has had a pivotal role in implementation and development of gated and image guided radiotherapy and stereotactic body radiotherapy at Beacon Hospital . Her expertise is in assessment of moving targets, SBRT for oligometastatic disease and IMRT for brain, prostate and lung cancers. In addition, she is actively involved in the development of UPMC pathways for therapeutic management of rectal, oesophageal and prostate cancers. She organised and leads the extracranial SBRT task group at Beacon Hospital. Dr Mihai earned her Master degree in Radiation Science (University of Toronto) in 2006.

Her present areas of research and publications include:

  • SBRT for oligometastatic disease
  • SBRT in elderly
  • role of metabolic imaging in treatment planning and response assessment

She is member of several professional organizations including ICORG, ESTRO, ASTRO, EANO. She is site principal investigator in two clinical trials opened at Beacon Hospital and co-investigator in other two.

Prof. Arne Björnberg

Chairman,

Health Consumer Powerhouse, Ltd.

Biography

Prof Arne Björnberg, Ph.D., Chairman, Health Consumer Powerhouse. Prof. Björnberg has previous experience from Research Director and management consulting positions in Swedish industry. He has also served as CEO of the Swedish National Pharmacy Corporation (”Apoteket AB”), Director of Healthcare & Network Solutions for IBM Europe Middle East & Africa, and CEO of the University Hospital of Northern Sweden (“Norrlands Universitetssjukhus”, Umeå).Since 2005, Prof. Björnberg has been the leader of the production of the HCP international indices, such as the EHCI 2005 – 2015 projects and numerous other, disease-related indices and projects.

Speaking in Plenary Summit Day 1

Venue Main Exhibition Hall * Liffey B

Time 08:30

Speaking in Investing in Healthcare  Summit

Venue  Liffey Hall 2

Day 1

Time 14:00

John C. Flickinger, MD, FACR

Doctor, specializes in radiation oncology in Pittsburgh area

Biography

John C. Flickinger, MD, FACR, is a professor of radiation oncology and neurological surgery at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Dr. Flickinger holds an interest in spine tumors, brain tumors, metastatic diseases, effects of radiation on normal tissue, and the mathematical modeling of radiation response.

Dr. Flickinger is board-certified in therapeutic radiology. He received an undergraduate degree at the University of Pittsburgh, and received a medical degree at The University of Chicago Prtizker School of Medicine. Dr. Flickinger completed a residency in radiation oncology at Harvard Medical School at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.

Dr. Flickinger is a member of professional organizations including, American Society for Radiation Oncology, American College of Radiology, and the American Society of Clinical Oncology.

 

Elbha Purcell

Head of Dietetics and Wellness

Aramark

Biography

Elbha graduated with a BSc (Hons) in Human Nutrition from Queen Margaret University College, Edinburgh in 2001. She then went on to achieve a Post Graduate Diploma in Dietetics in 2003.

Elbha Joined Aramark in January 2015. Within Aramark, Elbha’s priority is the development of menus and training programmes to ensure the nutritional requirements within Aramark’s healthcare line of business are met. Elbha is also responsible for supporting the culinary and front line teams through nutritional analysis of menus across their Food Services division, whilst also running the company’s Health and wellness programme – Health for Life (HFL). The goal of Healthy for Life is to have a positive impact on the health and well-being of Aramark’s customers, clients and communities.

Elbha brings with her over 14 years’ experience as a registered dietitian. She is a member of the UK Health Professional council, British Dietetic Association and the Irish Nutrition and Dietetic Institute and CORU.

Previously Elbha worked as a clinical dietitian throughout the United Kingdom within the NHS. She also worked abroad as a senior dietitian in the Bahrain Petroleum Company for 6 years. She returned home as a freelance dietitian, developing wellness campaigns within Aer Lingus, primary and secondary schools in addition to providing individual tailored nutritional advice to her own clients.

Personal Ethos

Throughout my 14 years as a dietitian I have gained considerable experience across a wide field of dietetics – and life! I developed an understanding of a variety of cultures and a keen interest in how people think and behave when it comes to food.

My aim is to always provide appropriate and accurate advice, both verbal and written, in an easy to understand, interesting and informative manner.
I derive great satisfaction from helping people achieve their goals in a practical and enjoyable way and I believe that improving one’s relationship with food is the key to achieving optimal health.

Speaking in Health Leaders Summit

Day 1

Venue Liffey Hall 2

Time 11:20

Laverne McGuinness

CEO

Talbot Group

Biography

In January 2016 Laverne McGuinness took up the role of Chief Executive Officer of the Talbot Group who are leading providers of Nursing Home, Intellectual Disability and Acquired Brain Injury Services. Laverne’s objective is to lead the strategic development and operational excellence of the Group with a strong focus on quality service delivery.

Laverne has over 23 years’ experience in Health and Social Care and she is one of the most experienced senior leaders in the Health Sector in Ireland today. She was appointed as a National Director in the HSE in December 2004 holding a range of operational and strategic portfolios. Prior to taking up her role with the Talbot Group she held the position of Deputy Director General of the HSE from 2013 to 2016 and was responsible for leading many key strategic initiatives and developments.

Laverne has significant experience across a wealth of service and business areas arising from her various challenging roles in the Health Service. These include Business and Strategic Planning, Governance, Performance Management, Financial Management, Operational Delivery and Change management.

An accountant by profession, Laverne also holds an MSc from Dublin City University. She also has completed a number of Post Graduate Diplomas with the Michael Smurfit Business School in University College Dublin including Corporate Governance and Strategic Innovation and Change.  She has also completed a number of Executive Leadership programmers including one with Harvard University.

In March 2017 Laverne was appointed to the Risk Committee of the HSE for a period of two years which operates under a charter of the Directorate.

 

Speaking in Elderly Care Summit

Day 2

Venue Liffey Meeting Room 2

Time 14:40

Dean Sullivan

Deputy Director General – Strategy

HSE

Biography

Dean Sullivan joined the Health Service Executive in August 2017, taking up the role of Deputy Director General – Strategy. In this role Dean leads the HSE’s planning and reform process across the health and social care system.

Dean brings to the Deputy Director General – Strategy role a wealth of experience in strategic and operational planning and service delivery in health and social care. He has worked at a senior level for a number of years in different roles taking forward reform in the Northern Ireland health and social care system. In his previous role as Director of Commissioning in the Northern Ireland Health and Social Care Board, Dean personally oversaw a number of high profile regional service developments including the introduction of the new radiotherapy service in Derry.

Dean has 30 years’ experience in the public and private sectors. Dean, who trained as an accountant with the National Audit Office in London, previously worked as a senior civil servant for the Department of Health in Northern Ireland, overseeing the delivery of significant improvements in waiting times across a range of hospital and community services.

Prior to this, Dean worked as a Management Consultant with Price Waterhouse and PA Consulting Group. In PA Consulting Dean played a lead role in supporting the development by the independent Acute Hospitals Review Group of a comprehensive strategy to transform health and social care services in Northern Ireland.

Speaking in Health Leaders Summit

Day 1

Venue Liffey Hall 2

Time 11:20

Loretto Callaghan

General Manager & Country President

Novartis Ireland

Biography

 

Loretto Callaghan has been CPO Head & Country President Ireland since 2006 during which time she also held ai CPO Head UK position for 6 months (during 2016-2017).

Prior to her current appointment, Loretto held various Sales, Marketing and Management roles within Novartis Ireland.

Loretto started her career in the Pharmaceutical Industry with Glaxo in the UK in various commercial roles

Loretto holds a B.Sc. (Pharmacology) from University College Dublin and a M.Sc. (Toxicology) from Trinity College Dublin. She holds a Diploma in Marketing from Harlow University, England as well as a Diploma in Company Directorship from the Institute of Directors in Ireland.

Loretto sits on the Board of the Irish Pharmaceutical Healthcare Association (IPHA) and is a member of the Institute of Directors in Ireland.

In her spare time, Loretto is a keen cyclist.

Speaking in Plenary Summit

Venue Main Exhibition Hall * Liffey B

Day 1

Time 09:00

Speaking in Health Leaders Summit

Venue Liffey Hall 2

Day 1

Time 10:40, 11:40

João Bocas 

CEO

The Wearables Expert

Wearables Expert & Top 100 Global Digital Health Influencer

Biography

João contributes regularly to industry events, either as a Keynote Speaker, Moderator, Chair or Panelist where he shares his expertise and knowledge gained over the past 25 Years.

His passion lies in helping others, sharing experiences, transferring knowledge, working collaboratively and passing on the latest innovation trends from the digital health world.

As a thought leader in wearables, digital health, IoT and big data in healthcare, João explores the intersection of technology in modelling business models and shaping consumer behaviour. Also he analyses the impact of disruptive innovations and shares future trends in the marketplace.

He possesses more than 25 years of hands-on experience in Professional Sport and Corporate environments working with senior management, Boards and executive teams. He has worked in Healthcare, Financial Services, Media, Sporting, Third and Public Sector organisations.

Speaking in Plenary Summit Day 2

Venue Main Exhibition Hall * The liffey B

Time 08:45

Speaking in Cyber, Innovation & Digital Summit

Venue Liffey Hall 2

Time 14:40

Eilísh Hardiman

Chief Executive at the Children’s Hospital Group

Biography

Eilísh Hardiman is Group Chief Executive of the Children’s Hospital Group since 2013. This Hospital Group is one of seven across the acute hospital system in Ireland and consists of Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin; Temple Street Children’s University Hospital and the National Children’s Hospital at Tallaght Hospital, in partnership with several academic institutions in Ireland providing paediatric healthcare education and research.
The remits of the Children’s Hospital Group Board is to oversee the integration the three existing children’s hospitals into a new single legal entity well before transitioning to the new Paediatric Outpatients and Urgent Care Centres at Connolly (2019) and Tallaght (2020) Hospitals and the new children’s hospital at St. James’s Hospital (2022), developing an effective corporate and clinical governance structures for the Hospital Group, developing a services integration/reconfiguration plan for paediatric services in the Greater Dublin Area and to act as client for the new children’s hospital capital project, the largest capital investment in healthcare. The new children’s hospital will be central to an integrated clinical network for paediatric services, some on an all-island basis and is also planned as the first Digital Hospital in Ireland.
Eilísh has over 28 years acute academic teaching hospital experience, 18 of which at senior corporate management level in several roles, including Chief
Executive of Tallaght Hospital, both Deputy CEO and Director of Nursing of St
James’s Hospital, as well as, CEO to the previous National Paediatric Hospital Development Board.

Speaking in Health Leaders Summit

Venue Liffey Hall 2

Day 1

Time 12:30

Mary Day

Chief Executive Officer

Ireland East Hospital Group

Biography

Mary joined the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital in 2008 as Director of Nursing and assumed the concomitant function of Head of Operations in 2011. She was appointed as an Adjunct Associate Professor at the UCD School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Systems in December 2010. In January  2013, she took up the role of  Interim Chief Executive Officer with the appointment ratified to CEO in October.

Her professional career included a two-year term in the Department of Health & Children as Nurse Advisor in Professional/Practice Development, where she was responsible for supporting the Nursing Policy Division and advising the Department on all aspects of policy affecting nursing and midwifery education and healthcare services.

Ms. Day was formerly the Directorate Nurse Manager (ADON) in St James’s Hospital, Dublin for Haematology/Oncology, which incorporated the functions of operational management, strategic management, financial management, change management, training & education and quality assurance. Subsequent to this position, her previous experience covered diverse roles in oncology/haematology in the UK.

Her professional and academic qualifications include a BSc (Hons) in Cancer Nursing (1999) and an MSc in Health Service Management (2004).

Speaking in Primary & Integrated Care Summit

Venue Liffey Meeting Room 2

Day 2

Time 10:00

Ms. Rosarii Mannion

National Director of Human Resources

HSE

Biography

Experienced Human Resources Director with a demonstrated history of working in the hospital & health care industry. Skilled in People Strategy implementation, Customer Service, Quality Improvement, Coaching, Strategic Planning, and Organizational Development. Strong human resources professional, FCIPD.

Speaking in HR Summit

Liffey Meeting Room 2

Day 1

Time 14:30

Ian Carter

CEO RCSI Hospital Group and Beaumont Hospital

RCSI Hospital Group

Biography

Ian Carter holds the positions of CEO RCSI Hospital Group and CEO Beaumont Hospital.

 

Ian was previously National Director of Hospitals, CEO of the National Treatment Purchase Fund (NTPF), Head of the Special Delivery Unit (SDU), CEO St James’ Hospital and General Manager Acute Hospitals Mid-Western Health Board.

Ian has also held positions in the UK: Director of Contracts and Business Administration, Regional Surgical Specialties Manager and Saudi Arabia: Assistant Hospital Manager and Director of Operations.

Ian is Adjunct Assistant Professor in Health Policy and Management at Trinity College and Adjunct Professor Royal College of Surgeons (RCSI).

Speaking in Health Leaders Summit

Venue Liffey Hall 2

Day 1

Time 14:00

clinical lead st luke’s ratiation oncology network beaumont hospital

Dr. Clare Faul

Clinical lead St Luke’s Radiation Oncology Network- Beaumont Hospital

Biography

Clinical Fellow Radiation Oncology

1/1/93-31/3/94                        Toronto Sunnybrook

Regional Cancer Center,

University of Toronto,            Ontario, Canada

 

Assistant Professor Radiation Oncology

1996-2000                   University of Pittsburgh,

Pennsylvania, USA

University of Pittsburgh Medical Center,

Magee Women’s Hospital.

 

The Department of Radiation Oncology, University of Pittsburgh, is an integral member of the Pittsburgh Cancer Institute, a Comprehensive Cancer Centre as designated by the National Cancer Institute.

Specialization in breast and gynecologic oncology.

Programme Director High Dose Rate Brachytherapy: University of Pittsburgh.

Certified in HDR brachytherapy and Nuclear Medicine (radiopharmaceutical therapy).

Consultant Radiation Oncologist

 

May 2002 – present    St Luke’s radiation Oncology Network

Consultant Radiaiton Oncologist |Hermitage Clinic.

 

 

1998  -2000                 Program Director High Dose Rate Brachytherapy, University of Pittsburgh.

2004 – 2010                             Appointed Chief Examiner Final Fellowship Radiation Oncology, Faculty of Radiology, RCSI

2002-presnt                             Lecturer RCSI

2010    Vice Dean Faculty of Radiologists, RCSI.

2011-present                           Clinical Lead and chair of senior management group SLRON @ Beaumont Hospital

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Prof. Andrea Bezjak

Prof University of Toronto

Biography

Dr. Andrea Bezjak is a Professor in the Departments of Radiation Oncology and Clinical Epidemiology & Health Care Research at the University of Toronto, Canada and staff Radiation oncologist at the Princess Margaret Cancer Center/University Health Network.

She holds the Addie MacNaughton Chair in Thoracic Radiation Oncology at the University of Toronto. She has authored or co-authored more than 190 peer-reviewed manuscripts and has been a principal investigator of multi-center clinical trials in lung cancer. Her research is in image-guided and stereotactic radiotherapy for lung cancer, palliative radiation, quality of life and symptom assessment. She has been a member of IASLC since 1995 and is one of the co-Presidents of the upcoming 2018 World Conference on Lung Cancer in Toronto.

Mohsen Javadpour

Beaumont Hospital

Biography

Mr Mohsen Javadpour, FRCS(SN) is a Consultant Neurosurgeon with interest in brain vascular malformations, pituitary and skull base tumours, and stereotactic radiosurgery.

Mohsen is a graduate of Trinity College Dublin (1993). Having obtained the medal for part I FRCSI examination (1997), he went on to train in neurosurgery at the Walton Centre for Neurology & Neurosurgery, Liverpool, UK and subspecialty training in neurovascular surgery at the Toronto Western Hospital, Canada. He was Consultant Neurosurgeon at the Walton centre in Liverpool from 2004 to 2011 and held a number of positions, including:

Chairman of British Neurovascular Group (2008-2012)

Member of Council of Society of British Neurological Surgeons (2011-2016)

Mohsen moved back to Ireland in 2011. He is currently Consultant Neurosurgeon and Clinical Director of the National Neurosurgical Centre, Beaumont Hospital in Dublin. Mohsen also holds honorary senior lecturer positions at Trinity College and RCSI. He has published more than 70 peer‐reviewed articles and has written 4 book chapters. He is also an associate editor of the British Journal of Neurosurgery.

Dalibor Frtunik

CEO of Sorsix International

Biography

Dalibor Frtunik is the CEO of Sorsix International, provider of the national integrated e-health systems of Macedonia and Serbia. The implementation of this solution, branded Pinga internationally, abolished waiting lists in the country of Macedonia within 6 months. Since its implementation, Macedonia has experienced an increase in healthcare service provision by over 70% without additional beds, doctors, or costs, through the resultant improvement in efficiency, visibility, and accessibility of healthcare resources.

Sorsix designs, develops, and implements turnkey solutions for the healthcare industry and utilities. Dalibor is based in Australia and has served as the lead architect on multiple Sorsix projects internationally. He has led the development of an integrated data management platform for a major motorway in Sydney, Australia, and is currently engaged in expanding the Pinga system to cover the needs of international markets.

Prior to his work with Sorsix, Dalibor has developed mission-critical solutions for one of Australia’s major airlines and largest banks. Dalibor holds a number of technology patents and has advised companies on their R&D and IP strategies in the past, experience he brings to his work at Sorsix. Dalibor graduated with first class honors from the University of Sydney, Australia.

Speaking in Plenary Day 1

Venue Main Exhibition Hall Liffey B

Time 09:30

Speaking in Health Leaders Summit – Panel Discussion

Venue Liffey Hall 2

Time 11:40

Speaking in Cyber, Innovation & Digital Summit

Day 2

Venue Liffey Hall 2

Time 15:20

THE SCHEDULE

Workshop 1

by Alina Mahi

09.00

Workshop 2

by kevin grace

09.00

Workshop 3

09.00

SRS for multiple brain mestastases

by John Flickinger

10.05

Role of WBRT in the era of SRS

by Paul Kelly

10.25

Q & A panel discussion

by John Flickinger Paul Kelly Christopher Mascott TBC

11.30

Case presentation

by Ana Santos

13.00

Surgery

by Donal Maguire

13.10

SABR

by Aisling Murphy Cora Marshall

13.20

Proton therapy

by TBC

13.30

Non-radiation local therapies

by Ian Brennan

13.40

Q & A panel discussion

by Ana Santos Donal Maguire Aisling Murphy Cora Marshall Ian Brennan

13.50

Workshop 1

by Alina Mahi

09.00

Workshop 2

by kevin grace

09.00

Workshop 3

09.00

SRS for multiple brain mestastases

by John Flickinger

10.05

Role of WBRT in the era of SRS

by Paul Kelly

10.25

Q & A panel discussion

by John Flickinger Paul Kelly Christopher Mascott TBC

11.30

Case presentation

by Ana Santos

13.00

Surgery

by Donal Maguire

13.10

SABR

by Aisling Murphy Cora Marshall

13.20

Proton therapy

by TBC

13.30

Non-radiation local therapies

by Ian Brennan

13.40

Q & A panel discussion

by Ana Santos Donal Maguire Aisling Murphy Cora Marshall Ian Brennan

13.50

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€200
  • Price Ex Vat
  • General Access
  • Does not include access to Health Leaders Summit
  • Light Lunch

Group Delegate

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Premium Access
€550
  • Price Ex Vat
  • Access All areas
  • Includes access to in camera Health Leaders Summit
  • Buffet Lunch

Premium Access

 

WHAT TO EXPECT

Two great days and nights
  • Sunday 27th Pre-conference Dinner (Invite only) 7pm
  • Monday 28th Conference Day 1 -8am to 5pm
  • Monday 28th Mid Conference Networking Reception 5.30pm
  • Tuesday 29th Conference Day 2 -8am to 4pm
Location
  • The Convention Centre Dublin is a convention centre located in the Dublin Docklands, Ireland.
  • The Convention centre overlooks the River Liffey at Spencer Dock.
  • Dublin is a small and compact city, with a great transport infrastructure,

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Where to stay

Finding a good hotel can be tricky. So here are some of our favorite hotels nearby event location

Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane

From €159 per night

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Spencer Hotel Dublin City

From €170 per night

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Hilton Garden Inn

From €169 per night

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Frequently Asked Questions
Why should company attend or send a group of delegates?
  • Only Irish event attended by Public and Private Hospital Groups
  • All Senior management teams of hospital groups gather at this event
  • All Facilities Managers from both public and private hospital groups
  • The must be at annual networking event in the comfort the CCD
  • 50+ start-ups attend to take part in our innovation awards
  • 30% attendance from overseas by hospital groups and Med-tech companies
  • Exposure to all parties involved in the healthcare industry
    Speaking / exhibiting / sponsoring and workshop slots available
What payment types do you accept?
  • All payments are processed via our Registration system -Eventbrite.
  • Companies also may also pay via invoice for group registrations please contact David.Scully@investnet.ie to arrange group ticket.
  • All tickets are non-refundable unless the event is cancelled by us, in which case we will always make a full refund.
Are the tickets transferable?
  • Yes Delegate names can be changed up to 2 weeks prior to the event
  • Also if you wish to give your badge to another person they can access event on your behalf

OUR SPONSORS

Event is supported by easily recognisable companies and products which we use everyday.

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VENUE ADDRESS

CCD (Confernce Centre Dublin)
Spencer Dock,
North Wall Quay,
North Wall,
Dublin 1,
D01 T1W6

Google Maps
https://goo.gl/maps/enNcfsCa1A52

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CONTACT
Sponsorship or Speaking

kevin@futurehealthsummit.com

+353 87 987 7391

david@futurehealthsummit.com

+353 87 673 9726

Start up’s, exhibition or medical students

kevin@investnet.ie

+353 87 9877391

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