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European Collaboration Forum

by Oracle Cerner UK
Published on 31 January 2019

Whether you are a first-timer or a regular attendee of our annual European Collaboration Forum (ECF), the event is well known for leaving participants inspired and with a renewed and deeper understanding of the innovation and advancements happening in the health and care industry.

With the Forum dates fast approaching, this edition of the Cerner blog will aim to get you into the ECF19 mood by bringing you three stories shared during last year’s event, to get you even more excited about what you can expect to see and learn this year between 26-28 February at our Collaboration Centre in London.

Patient-centred improvements

Harry Illes-Mann was diagnosed with inflammatory bowel disease at the age of three. Now in his early twenties, Harry talks about his journey and how he has seen a shift in the patient experience over the past two decades.


Ireland-wide maternity transformation

The Maternal and Newborn Clinical Management System (MN-CMS) project in Ireland has transformed clinicians’ workflows by introducing immediacy, clarity and standardisation nationwide. Listen to Orla Sheehan, NICU nurse and system administrator for MN-CMS at Cork University Maternity Hospital, as she explains about the benefits and future of the system.


Nursing: the art and science of caring

Kathy Sienko, chief nursing officer at the Aldara Hospital and Medical Center in Saudi Arabia, speaks about the importance of engagement between nurses at the bedside, doctors, and nursing leaders to achieve successful transformation and to get the best from nursing teams.

For more information visit the ECF website, follow @CernerUK on Twitter and use #ECF19 to connect with presenters and attendees.