The Faculty of Clinical Informatics offers a CPD Accreditation service for clinical informatics training courses and conferences. If you have a training course you would like us to consider, please follow the instructions on our website.
Upcoming training courses
Future health: how can we assure the safety of AI in healthcare? Conference and workshop
Tuesday 5 July 2022, 9.30am to Wednesday 6 July 2022, 12.30pm
NHS Digital and the AAIP are hosting Future health: how can we assure the safety of AI in healthcare? on 5 July 2022, followed by a smaller workshop on 6 July. Both take place at the University of York.
We also have invited talks from NHS Digital, the University of York, HN, Kheiron Medical Technologies, CIEHF Digital Health & AI Special Interest Group, and others to bring you up-to-date with technology developments in healthcare, how their safety is being assured, and how ethics and governance is being considered.
This practical workshop will offer some lecture time and some case study work based on a healthcare application. Workshop leaders are staff from NHS Digital, the AAIP, Human Factors Everywhere, and Kheiron Medical Technologies.
Register your place
Please register your place using the links below. Please note that if you wish to attend the conference and the workshop you need to book each separately. Places are limited and will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis.
Health Information Engineering Workshop
FCI Accredited - 15 CPD points
6 - 13 December 2021
This workshop is run by the University of Manchester. It aims to introduce participants to the modern software development process using the Agile software methodology which is now widely used for general project management in addition to software projects. Please download the information below and submit your participant questionnaire in advance.
Download HIE Workshop Handbook
Health Informatics - School of Computing (Newcastle University)
9 November 2021 - 31 March 2022
Learn key concepts of using digital technologies to benefit patients, with Health Informatics training for healthcare professionals. Sessions can be booked individually or as the whole course of 10. Each course is mapped to the relevant competencies in the FCI Clinical Informatics Core Competency Framework. Delegates attending these courses are expected to achieve these competencies and will receive a certificate confirming their training.