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.
Recognising World Diabetes Day 2022
Around the world, more than 1.2 million children and young people live with type 1 diabetes. Hear from Dr Catherine Peters in our latest health information videos.
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.
A GOSH data scientist's perspective on a new NHS policy
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.
Our journey to build a ‘Hospital Without Walls’
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 technology to support treatment for Cystic Fibrosis
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.
Two new AI projects launched at GOSH with Faculty
GOSH, 04/07/2022 |
Two new projects will dive into the potential of Great Ormond Street Hospital's (GOSH) datasets to accelerate research and improve patient outcomes.
What do young people want from Artificial Intelligence in healthcare?
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.
Could touchless computers be used at Great Ormond Street Hospital?
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).
Collaboration to move us closer to personalised healthcare for children
Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust (GOSH) and Roche Products Limited (Roche) have announced a five-year collaborative working agreement.