These cardiac update meetings are for all healthcare professionals involved in the management and treatment of arrhythmias. These meetings provide a platform for education, as well as sharing best practice and information on topics such as device and drug treatments, atrial fibrillation and syncope.
This workshop focuses on the importance of matching your marketing strategy with opportunities in order to maximise chances of success – a method of ‘connecting’ what your business can do to successfully win new business. This workshop will also present the latest research into opportunities for business finance including traditional forms and innovation in funding.
Venturefest West Midlands will provide entrepreneurs, investors and innovators to meet, engage and exchange ideas for co-operation and collaboration, particularly in the fields of science and emerging technologies. With around 700 delegates expected to attend this one day event, attendees will be able to engage directly with high growth entrepreneurs and service providers offering products, services, advice and support.
On Tuesday 27 June, West Midlands and Oxford AHSNs are bringing together NHS urgent and emergency care directors and specialists, commissioners, medical and nursing directors, STP leads, transformation and improvement leads, out of hours care providers, general practice, ambulance trusts and AHSNs to examine NHS England's priorities for transforming services.
The value of patient reported outcome measures (PROMs) as a vehicle to improve patient care is the focus of a lecture to be delivered by Joanne Greenhalgh, Associate Professor in the School of Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Leeds.
Boilerhouse Media, the event organisers, are collaborating with a range of organisations including the WMAHSN, Local CIO Council, the Society of Chief Librarians, the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management, the Royal Town Planning Institute, LARIA, ADASS Informatics Network, GoodThings Foundation, Women in IT, Socitm and Improvement and Efficiency West Midlands.
Health+Care focuses on the delivery of cultural, service, system and digital transformation that's essential to securing the future of health and social care systems. The event is a rare opportunity for colleagues from across the NHS, local government, care homes and the voluntary sector to come together on an equal footing to network, collaborate and share learning.
This half day event gives Association of British Healthcare Industries (ABHI) members the opportunity to take stock of the implications for our sector. ABHI’s Director of Healthcare Policy - Richard Phillips - hosts a panel of experts who will explore where the election result leaves us.
This workshop is suitable for GPs 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.
Anyone interested in innovative solutions for mental health prevention, including third sector organisations, service users, entrepreneurs, developers, designers, healthcare professionals and the public, are invited to come along and work together on addressing these health and social care issues by designing and building digital or service solutions.
Medilink West Midlands, in conjunction with Acclaim Biomedical Consulting, is offering a one day workshop exploring the new European Regulations for In Vitro Diagnostics. For the in-vitro diagnostic sector, these new regulations will bring about major shifts in areas such as classifaction, performance evaluation and clinical evidence.
This is the first in a series of masterclasses focused on Digital Leadership in Healthcare, for NHS clinicians and NHS managers (leading teams and/or innovation), Chief Information Officers, Chief Clinical Information Officers and Chief Technology Officers. This masterclass will look at using Internet of Things to enhance people’s roles in healthcare, directing the technology to benefit patients and looking at the types of solutions currently on the market.
R&D Tax Solutions are showing business owners how to finance innovative projects using the latest R&D Tax Relief from HMRC. Due to exclusivity of this event, seat numbers are limited.
90% of UK technology companies are not aware of R&D Tax Relief – and could be missing out on saving 26% of development costs. On 30 June, R&D Tax Solutions are running a seminar at the Birmingham Research Park showing business owners how to finance innovative projects using this relief.
Join small business community Enterprise Nation for an afternoon of business advice, inspiration and networking, as part of the She Means Business campaign with Facebook.