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Dr Helen Atherton, Research Fellow at the University of Oxford, participated in a HSJ roundtable event in London on 22 April.

Topics discussed included:

  • what technologies stand the best chance of being acceptable to the greatest numbers of patients
  • how both healthcare professionals and patients can be engaged in making the best use of technology
  •  how the cost benefits and effectiveness of new technologies can be optimised
  •  how technologies can drive service change in local health economies.   

The event was recorded and is currently being written up for publication and will be made available soon.

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