The Data Research, Innovation and Virtual Environments (DRIVE) unit at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) is a first-of-its-kind, dedicated to innovation in healthcare using data and digital technologies.
British Journal of Healthcare Management Vol. 29, No. 9, 14/09/2023
A pilot study carried out at GOSH has proposed the benefits of introducing a catering liaison role between inpatient families and hospital kitchens, making small but significant changes for children who are reluctant to eat. The study highlighted many other potential benefits of the role including reduced food waste and improvements to morale for hospital catering staff.
HUS website, 16/10/2023
PHEMS project will advance data-driven research and innovation activities in pediatrics and the use of privacy-preserving datasets in Europe. The project’s aim is to overcome important barriers that currently hinder cross-border collaboration on health data by developing and validating a decentralized health data ecosystem. This will enable an ecosystem without central data repositories or release of sensitive personal health data from hospitals.
Digital Health AI and Data Event Partners, 04/09/2023
Taking place on 30-31 October this year at the Business Design Centre in London, the two-days conference will bring together national keynotes, health professionals, researchers, analysts and start-ups for educational sessions and best practice case studies of data science and AI across the UK healthcare.
GOSH DRIVE has been involved in shaping the conference programme through Ethelbert Eze, Data Engineer at DRIVE and member of programme committee. As part of the GOSH, Dr Shankar Sridharan, CCIO will be attending the conference as speaker of a panel session.
GOSH NHS Foundation Trust LinkedIn, 16/08/2023
Professor Andrew Taylor explains how NHS organisations and our collaborators need to work together to fix the puzzle of NHS data. Keeping data secure and private is extremely important. Improving our ability to collate and access data in the right places, at the right times, whilst maintaining security and privacy will spark research and innovation of the future.
GOSH NHS Foundation Trust Website, 26/06/2023
To mark 75 years of the NHS, we spoke to innovators at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) about how technology has shaped their roles and their hopes for the future.
GOSH NHS Foundation Trust LinkedIn, 20/06/2023
Prof Neil Sebire is Chief Research Information Officer at Great Ormond Street Hospital / UCL GOS Institute of Child Health, a key member of the DRIVE team. In this article he sets out key principles in the journey to benefiting from artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare.
Hyland Newsroom, 20/06/2023
Great Ormond Street Hospital has furthered its collaboration with Hyland, a leading content services provider, by creating Mind Palace, a new customized solution designed to capture and manage clinical guidelines, policies and procedures.
GOSH NHS Foundation Trust Website, and digital health trade media, 16/05/2023
Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children (GOSH) and Roche UK have partnered to harness the power of data by co-developing digital tools. This can uncover better ways to care for children and young people with rare and complex diseases. This article shares the 5-year vision.
GOSH NHS Foundation Trust Website, 16/03/2023
This healthcare sciences week (13-17 March), we’re celebrating our healthcare sciences staff whom help deliver a wide range of diagnostic and treatment services with 50 scientific specialisms and professional groups across the NHS and public health services. Find out more about these roles.
Aridhia website, 02/03/2023
Dr Lydia Briggs, DRE data scientist explains how she collaborated with clinical and analytical teams to develop a dashboard that automatically collated and visualised key metrics required for cardiology intensive care meetings.
GOSH NHS Foundation Trust LinkedIn, 10/03/2023
Dr Pavithra Rajendra is a data scientist at Great Ormond Street Hospital who works on natural language processing (NLP), the same type of artificial intelligence as ChatGPT. In this article, she explains what NLP is and how it could be used in healthcare.
DRIVE website, 17/02/2023
We recently welcomed new fellows affiliated with University College London Institute of Child Health to our academic programme. You can find out about them and their work in this article.
GOSH NHS Foundation Trust LinkedIn, 9/02/2023
Did you know that GOSH is home to one of very few advanced data research and innovation environments? Find out what this means for our hospital and patients at GOSH and beyond from Head of the team, Dr Natassa Spiridou.
GOSH is a world leading children’s hospital and provides the UK’s widest range of specialist health services for children on one site. GOSH is one of the few UK Hospitals to declare a Climate Emergency and was the first London Hospital to do so. The declaration builds upon the hospital’s existing sustainability programme to establish greater ambitions for climate action and environmental leadership.
GOSH NHS Foundation Trust LinkedIn, 20/09/2022
At GOSH, we have a small team of data professionals that help our clinicians and researchers improve paediatric care for the future. Dr Will Bryant, DRIVE Senior Data Scientist discusses the NHS Open Source Policy.
Every day, we develop innovations in care, enabling us to be one of Europe's most digitally able hospitals. Because of this strategy, we were able to use Zoom for patient video consultations just eight days after the Covid-19 pandemic began.
New research takes already routinely collected healthcare data and looks for trends to improve our understanding of cystic fibrosis. This technology will hopefully lead to better outcomes for children with the cystic fibrosis.
Artificial intelligence in healthcare is a rapidly growing field. Children and teenagers often have insightful questions about AI, but are rarely involved in the development of new technologies. You can read about how we're changing this.
A group of researchers investigate touch-free computer technologies with the Data Research, Innovation and Virtual Environments (DRIVE) unit at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children (GOSH).
Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust (GOSH) and Roche Products Limited (Roche) have announced a five-year collaborative working agreement.