TIIG North West Event 2018

TIIG Event

Our TIIG North West Event 2018 featured a range of engaging speakers who discussed the challenges and successes of collecting and sharing Emergency Department data as well as the current and potential applications of TIIG data. The event also provided opportunity for discussion and for stakeholders and partners to network and share ideas.

The event took place on Wednesday 28th March 2018 at Liverpool John Moores University.

Event programme & presentations:

Welcome and refreshments
Opening remarks

Jim McVeigh, Director of the Public Health Institute, Liverpool John Moores University.
Download Jim's Presentation

Liverpool Trauma Prevention Foundation: Overview, objectives and strategy

Nikhil Misra (Keynote), Consultant General and Trauma Surgeon, Lead Clinician for Emergency Surgery, Emergency General Surgery and Trauma Unit, Aintree University Hospital.
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Using TIIG to enhance the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment: Focus on Falls

Richard Jones, Lead Public Health Epidemiologist, Public Health Department, Liverpool City Council.
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Assault trends in the City of Manchester

Jonathan Bradley, Data and Information Manager, City of Manchester Partnership / Crime and Disorder.
Jonathan's Presentation is available to event delegates on request

Improving and sharing ED data

Jane Webster, Data Quality Engagement, Public Health Institute
and
Jennifer Germain, TIIG Project lead, Public Health Institute.
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The practicalities of collecting TIIG data

Andy Ashton, Consultant in Emergency Medicine, Clinical Director Emergency Department, Whiston Hospital.
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Round table discussion
TIIG and the future

Mark Whitfield, Intelligence and Surveillance Manager, Public Health Institute

Lunch
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