Delivering IT-enabled projects for NHS during a pandemic

In this talk Jason, Paul and David will be sharing their experience delivering a myriad of IT-enabled projects for NHS during a pandemic. How important are agility and velocity when working under pressure during these unprecedented times of COVID-19. They will also be talking about how the pandemic created the need for a surprising variety of new types of jobs and skills required across the NHS.

Birmingham Tech Week is run in association with:


Jason Brewster
Leadership Distance Learning Advisor
NHS Leadership Academy

Paul Hopkins
Interim Programme Director
NHS England

David Unsworth
Head of Programmes
NHS England

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