Past events

October 2015

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SBRI Healthcare Bristol Briefing Seminar: Reducing Pressure on Urgent and Emergency Care

Double Tree by Hilton, Redcliffe Way, Bristol, BS1 6NJ

A new round of Small Business Research Initiative for Healthcare (SBRI Healthcare) competitions have been launched by the SBRI Healthcare programme team. This competition round will focus on Reducing Pressure on Urgent and Emergency Care, selected in partnership with the AHSNs across England. Attend this seminar to gain an understanding of the clinical challenges in each of the competition themes, the key requirements of each call, how SBRI Healthcare works, the application process and important deadlines.

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The Pharmacy Show

National Exhibition Centre Birmingham, Pendigo Way, Marston Green, Birmingham, West Midlands B40 1NT

The Pharmacy Show returns to the NEC, Birmingham on Sunday 18 and Monday 19 October. Pharmacy owners and their teams together with healthcare staff, pharmacy buyers, wholesalers and allied professionals are invited to take part in two unique days of product sourcing, learning and networking at the UK's leading exhibition and conference dedicated to pharmacy in the community.

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How You Can Use Technology to Deliver Person Centred Care

Stafford, West Bromwich, Coventry, Shrewsbury or Worcester

Using social media to communicate with patients. How can practices integrate social media into their day to day business?

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WMAHSN Health and Wealth Economic Summit

Garden Suite, Birmingham Botanical Gardens, Westbourne Road, Birmingham B15 3TR

The second annual WMAHSN Health and Wealth Economic Summit will be held on Tuesday 13 October from 9.45am – 4pm at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. This free event will launch the SME innovation fund, Innovation and Adoption Service and industry gateway, and inform and educate industry, academics and clinicians of the opportunities available to improve health and create wealth and explain how to collaborate with other stakeholders via these new services.

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SBRI Healthcare Manchester Briefing Seminar: Reducing Pressure on Urgent and Emergency Care

Citylabs, Nelson Street, Manchester M13 9NQ

A new round of Small Business Research Initiative for Healthcare (SBRI Healthcare) competitions has been launched by the SBRI Healthcare programme team. This competition round will focus on reducing pressure on urgent and emergency care, selected in partnership with AHSNs. Attend this seminar to gain an understanding of the clinical challenges in each of the competition themes, the key requirements of each call and how SBRI Healthcare works, the application process and important deadlines.

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Workshop on the patient perspective in medicines optimisation and NICE compliance

Austin Court, 80 Cambridge Street, Birmingham, West Midlands B1 2NP

We are pleased to invite you to a workshop, hosted jointly by Pfizer Ltd and WMAHSN, aiming to explore the role of patient involvement in medicines optimisation and NICE compliance.

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East Midlands AHSN Mental Health Innovation Exchange

Albert Hall, North Circus Street, Nottingham NG1 5AA

This Innovation Exchange is an opportunity to focus on mental health and to put proven innovations in the care and treatment of people with mental health illness into practice at pace and scale throughout the East Midlands. It is organised and hosted by East Midlands AHSN in partnership with East Midlands Strategic Clinical Network, NIHR Mindtech Healthcare Technology Cooperative, Hardwick Clinical Commissioning Group, Medilink East Midlands and the Institute of Mental Health.

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Let's talk human factors

Faraday Wharf, Innovation Birmingham Campus, Holt Street, Birmingham Science Park, Aston, Birmingham B7 4BB

“Let’s talk human factors” is a free event in a series that aims to help equip West Midlands SMEs to grow their business. Keynote speakers will share knowledge and first-hand experience on various perspectives of human factors and facilitated sessions will ensure delegate participation, lively discussion and rich learning for all.

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