This event is being organised by Gloucestershire charity Suicide Crisis in conjunction with St Edmund Hall at the University of Oxford. At the event, Suicide Crisis will be explaining how they have achieved zero suicide and why all of their clients have survived. They will explain the way in which they work with clients, and what they do to ensure their survival. Suicide Crisis hopes this will be of interest in explaining what can help a person who is at risk of suicide.
Businesses can apply to Pitch@Palace, with this year's theme being Human Tech. Human Tech will explore the potential impact of technology in our everyday lives, focusing on three areas: tech supporting our everyday needs, tech making our lives more efficient and tech augmenting our experience of the world.
Medilink West Midlands, in conjunction with Acclaim Biomedical Consulting, is offering a one-day one day workshop exploring the new European Regulations for In Vitro Diagnostics. This course aims to provide delegates with the insight and tools required to plan and implement an organisational strategy for continued access to the European markets.
In this 23rd HSRPP conference, research is welcomed that impacts all areas of policy right through from early undergraduate educational practices and experiences through to high-quality evidence-based service provision to patients creating drivers for change and influencing policy, practice and education. The conference theme is: ‘Drivers for change: Policy, practice and education’.
This is a conference promoting ways of working with service users and carers across social work, health and higher education in these times of austerity. Examples of service user and carer involvement making a difference across social work, health, social care and higher education will be celebrated, highlighting examples of co-production.
You are invited to an open conversation over lunch on Saturday 8 April with Andy Street, the former CEO of John Lewis and now running to be the first elected Metro Mayor of the West Midlands, where local students, creatives and innovators will share their ideas for transforming the region.
"Opportunities to engage with industry” will take place on Wednesday 5 April at 12 noon in the ITM Lecture Theatre. This will be presented by the University of Birmingham's Business Engagement Partners, Anne Simper and Cathy Wardius. The session will last for one hour and will give the opportunity to ask questions and generate new ideas.
Organised by the British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (BAPIO) and the BAPIO Patient Safety Forum West Midlands, the key features of this symposium include reducing errors in clinical practice, improving safety by supporting staff, improving safety by regulation and Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) and their impact on patient safety.