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Shaping the future of AI in healthcare: Learning from practice - Global AI Conference 2025

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Event overview

We’re delighted to announce our inaugural Global AI Conference in 2025, welcoming attendees both in-person and online.

This conference will:

  • Showcase the future of AI in healthcare

  • Feature talks by global AI leaders

  • Provide in-depth analysis of the practical implementation of AI - the opportunities, the challenges and the innovative approaches currently being tested

  • Give guidance on regulation, best practice, ongoing monitoring and other key areas

  • Present case studies of successful AI implementation

  • Upskill delegates on all aspects of AI in health

Join us we bring together hospital leaders, clinicians, policy makers, allied healthcare professionals, IT professionals, educators, academics and AI companies - whether you're considering implementing or using AI and if you want to hear first-hand experience of AI implementation and practical examples of utilising AI.

Attendees will be awarded CPD credits, with further information to follow. Additional credits will be available through our abstract competition and self-reflective practice.

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Programme streams

You’ll learn from leading AI experts who will share their experiences and learnings across four dynamic streams covering:

Education and research – explore a wide range of areas including a multidisciplinary workforce and public engagement.

Delivery and practice – stay updated on policy/regulation, validation, implementation, managing risk, post-market surveillance, barriers to adoption and what the future holds.

AI showcase – learn about funded AI projects across radiology and other medical and surgical specialties, highlighting outcomes and experiences.

Learn and engage with industry leaders – discover the latest cutting-edge developments and advancements in AI.

* Please note that the streams are subject to change

Who should attend?

This conference is relevant to a multidisciplinary audience in the UK and globally including:

• Clinical radiology consultants
• Clinical oncology consultants 
• SAS doctors
• Clinical radiology trainees
• Clinical oncology trainees
• Radiographers
• Allied healthcare professionals
• Imaging network leads 
• Researchers
• Clinical leads
• Operational managers
• Heads of service 
• Clinical safety officers 
• Chief clinical information officers

And anyone who has an interest in AI including clinicians and allied healthcare professionals from non-radiology specialties, and members of other Royal Colleges and professional societies including consultants and trainees, medical physicists, commissioners, specialised commissioners, ICS/ICB leaders, chief information officers, IT directors, governance leads, PACS managers and procurement directors.

Abstract competition is now open

We're looking for a wide range of AI submissions from across the UK and globally, for projects implemented under the following competitions:

  • Education and research: examples of proof of concept or AI in development, technical advances or pre-clinical testing
  • Transforming practice: how your AI research has been implemented and may have already changed practice
  • Regulation and risk management: projects or learning on governance, ethics and societal impact
  • Horizon and future potential: latest AI developments and potential future impact
  • General / other outside of the above

Deadline for submissions: Monday 24 June 2024, 11:59 pm (BST).

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The conference will be taking place in-person at:

Queen Elizabeth II Centre
Broad Sanctuary

We will also be live streaming the conference to those wishing to join remotely in the UK or worldwide with access provided by our online event platform.

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Registration is now open

Secure your place by 10 June 2024, 11:59 (BST) and save up to £150 with super early bird rates.

Lower or middle income country registration

A reduced registration fee is available for those who reside in and working in a lower or middle income country (LMIC) as defined by the World Bank.

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Partner with the RCR

A partnership with the RCR offers your company the opportunity to form a mutually beneficial relationship, and enables your company to network with a multidisciplinary audience, share details of new products and help us to achieve the RCR's mission:  supporting excellence in medical imaging and cancer treatment. 

If you are interested in partnering with us at this event or future events, please contact  Hannah Walker, Corporate Partnerships Officer