Public involvement blog series: Sudhir Shah


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  • Co-production

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  • Blog


  • ARC North Thames

Publication date:

  • 16th October 2023

Date added to Learning for Involvement:

  • 2nd November 2023


Current AI applications are advanced in their analytical power and precision to optimise health care logistics and support health care professionals in clinical decision-making. A primary challenge for AI applications, however, is that their use of patient data will change existing relationships between and among patients, health care staff, clinicians, and health care systems.

In this blog, part of our Public Involvement Blog Series, we hear from Sudhir Shah on his experiences of working on an ARC North Thames study which brought patient and public voices on this topic to the fore. This blog is based on a conversation between Sudhir Shah, William Lammons and Lucy Thompson.

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