The Expo brings together women from all industries, professional and corporate backgrounds, providing a platform to showcase successful women's businesses. The event includes a 'business fashion show' with a runway showcasing many talented, successful business owners.
The new care models programme is focused on the successful delivery of new care models across health and social care services and ensuring the learning from the new care model vanguards is utilised in the development of Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships (STPs). This live online event will explore some of the achievements from the vanguards and the priorities for the future as STPs develop.
This half-day workshop will bring together a diverse audience for lively debate and discussion about current practice in the UK’s healthcare innovation landscape. The workshop is a response to one of UCL’s current policy ‘grand challenges’ - understanding how innovation can be successfully embedded in the NHS, and what learning can be applied from other sectors.
The evening, tailored for local GPs, physiotherapists and other healthcare professionals, will consist of a key lectures and informal question and answer session with Mr Ronan Treacy, Consultant Orthopaedic Hip Surgeon from the Midland Orthopaedic Practice.
This event showcases the best in NHS business intelligence and analytics. An ideal opportunity to hear about the latest developments nationally and locally, delegates will also be able to take part in workshops and a skills session.
Are you considering raising money but don’t know where to start? Wondering about the difference between a crowdfund and an angel? And how much equity should you offer to get the funds you need? Head to the KPMG offices in Birmingham for this event and meet funders.
You are invited by the Research and Innovation Team at Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust (BCHC) to a showcase morning of the latest patient enabling digital technologies in healthcare. The ultimate aim of this event is to raise awareness of the art of the possible in the digital health sector, amongst the senior management of BCHC.
Digital Cities Birmingham returns in 2017 with a new series of inspiring events across the city - many of them free - including practical hands-on workshops, masterclasses and conference-style events. The week is a fantastic opportunity to bring together everyone working in digitally creative industries in the city, to promote cross-sector collaboration, forge new partnerships and develop skills.
As part of the cross-council initiative in antimicrobial resistance (AMR), the EPSRC launched 'Bridging the Gaps', a programme of funding awarded to 11 UK universities to develop institutional networks focused on multidisciplinary solutions to tackle AMR. On 15 June, Warwick is hosting a joint symposium of the 11 UK universities that were awarded ‘Bridging the Gaps’ funding.
This workshop is suitable for GPs and physiotherapists who currently have no joint injections experience and are looking to perform in their practice, or to find out more about the subject, as well as being suitable for those who currently inject and are seeking to refresh their injection technique.
The Enterprise Europe Network invites you to a half day seminar to understand Intellectual Property (IP) and learn how ideas and innovation can be protected and commercialised more effectively.
This free event will support nurse leads in primary and community care across the West Midlands to learn from others how to make successful change happen in respect of improved care of long term conditions (LTCs), encourage evidence-based evaluation of innovative delivery of LTC care and introduce achievers to WMAHSN's Meridian health innovation exchange.
This workshop is designed to help you build strategic leadership capacity and maximise the cultural and structural effectiveness of your organisation for innovation.
“What is the future of health informatics in Birmingham" will take place on 13 June at 4pm in the ITM Lecture Theatre. This will be presented by University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust's Hilary Fanning and George Gkoutos
This is an opportunity to for you to hear about the progress of the University of Worcester's research project and give your advice and feedback on plans for the Namaste Care Intervention. This intervention will be what is ‘prescribed’ to the care homes who take part as case studies in the project and the University will then look at the impact it has on the residents, staff and care homes who take part.
The event will see speakers share their experience under the broad banner of medical/healthcare innovation with an overarching highly relevant and topical digital theme, specifically the central importance of data.
In this lecture, Professor Melanie Calvert, Professor of Outcomes Methodology, Director Centre for Patient Reported Outcomes Research at the Institute of Applied Health Research, will draw on her personal experiences and emerging UK and international evidence to explore the challenges and benefits of quality of life assessment in healthcare, as she considers how this information can help make patient centred care a reality.
This event will feature talks from those involved with the centre from both the University of Birmingham and University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, as well as the Ministry of Defence. It is an opportunity to find out about much of the ground-breaking research being carried out by the team and hear about what these researchers have in store for the future of their studies.
The speaker for the ABHI's fourth Malcolm Carlisle Memorial Lecture will be Professor Christopher Hodges, Professor of Justice Systems at Oxford University and Fellow of Wolfson College, who has profoundly influenced government thinking on regulation and enforcement.