Jane Dickson

About Jane Dickson

I am an anthropologist on the D3 Delivering Digital Drugs Project based at LSE. I completed my PhD in the material culture of sustainability and green roofs. In my spare time I craft with glass, explore molecular gastronomy and love Sci-Fi.

Warfarin Timeline

Presented at the final workshop conference, here is the Warfarin history timeline.

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May 26th, 2017|Research|0 Comments|

Warfarin History Timeline

One of the presentations on the workshop Digital Transformations in Healthcare held recently at LSE was on the material and digital transformations of warfarin. The poster prepared for this event is too large to upload on this site but is available here:

http://ejdickson6.wixsite.com/thewarfarinproject/warfarin-history

May 15th, 2017|D3, Workshop|0 Comments|

Goodbye

Dear all,

As the bank holiday starts, we say goodbye for now. The project has ended. But we intend to keep the blog going to gather useful articles and make the ongoing project outputs available.

It has been a great 2 1/2 years and we have certainly learned a lot about the digital changes within the NHS and in particular, to […]

April 28th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

Healthy spaces: space, place and design for well-being

Date: 17th May 2017, 12:oo – 5:00 p.m

Location: Environment Building, ENV/005, University of York

Keynote speaker: Lindsay Prior, Queen’s University Belfast

 

The theme of the next Yorkshire Medical Sociology group is space, place and design in relation to health and well-being. This may include the built environment, landscapes, architectural design, and interiors.

 

Call for papers:

We are inviting abstract proposals for 10-minute paper […]

March 24th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

New video – Warfarin: an informed and digital drug

Recently, we filmed an interview with Nick Barber, Pharmacist and Professor Emeritus at University College London. Our interviewer is Ralph Hibberd, one of our D3 team members. The interview is presented in three parts: Warfarin and the Pharmaceutical Gaze, Warfarin and the New Medicines Service and Warfarin as a Digital Drug.

You will find all our videos under the menu […]

March 20th, 2017|D3|0 Comments|

New NHS App Library

The NHS app library is expected to reopen at the end of March, according to Indra Joshi, clinical lead digital in urgent care at NHS England, who was speaking at the Digital Technology Show in London earlier on this week. The library, which will start out with very few products, will be available through NHS Choices. It has been co-designed by NICE, Medicines and Healthcare […]

Video: Warfarin and the New Medicines Service

Recently, we filmed an interview with Nick Barber, Pharmacist and Professor Emeritus at University College London. Our interviewer is Ralph Hibberd, one of our D3 team members. The interview is presented in three parts: Warfarin and the Pharmaceutical Gaze, Warfarin and the New Medicines Service and Warfarin as a Digital Drug.

You will find all our videos under the menu […]

March 2nd, 2017|D3|0 Comments|

Warfarin and The Pharmaceutical Gaze

Recently, we filmed an interview with Nick Barber, Pharmacist and Professor Emeritus at University College London. Our interviewer is Ralph Hibberd, one of our D3 team members. The interview is presented in three parts: Warfarin and the Pharmaceutical Gaze, Warfarin and the New Medicines Service and Warfarin as a Digital Drug.

You will find all our videos under the menu […]

Vocal Biomarkers: diagnostics through human voice

Words not only hurt, but now they can heal! Emotion, revealed through the imperceptible characteristics in voices could be used to diagnose certain conditions including stress,  depression and cardiovascular diseases. ‘Beyond Verbal’ have been investigating the links between sound and health for 21 years and are hopeful for this technology for the future and have produced an app.

 

February 17th, 2017|Research|0 Comments|

Fast Followers

We reported on the Global Digital Exemplars a while back and now the Government have announced the next phase: Fast Followers – Trusts that will receive £5 million each to partner with the Exemplars. This, they claim will produce a “digital health Ivy League.”

More details here and  here

 

 

February 10th, 2017|Digital strategy|0 Comments|