The theme for the conference will be Putting People First: Practical solutions and inspirational ideas from the experts. An exciting two day programme is currently being developed.
Professor George Tadros, Professor of Liaison Psychiatry and Dementia, Aston Medical School and Clinical Director of Urgent Care Pathway, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Trust, will explore the issues in dealing with mental ill-health, explain the Rapid Assessment Interface Discharge (RAID) model of liaison psychiatry and how digital technology and local collaboration can be effective in supporting patients and their families.
A free hybrid seminar and workshop focused on the problem of how an organisation can better collaborate to make innovation happen, designed for established businesses and organisations wanting to work with innovative smaller companies to address niche challenges.
Insider's International Trade Forum brings together key global businesses and exporters in the Midlands to debate how the region can develop its relationships with North America and South East Asia. The event will also examine what exporters can expect in an increasingly global economy. This special morning-long event will put you on the inside track with insights from highly successful overseas traders.
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham will hold its first ever Medical Nursing Conference on 18 October 2017. The day, to which all registered nurses and nursing students are invited, aims to increase awareness of some of the medical conditions likely to be encountered, and nurses' roles and responsibilities in managing these.
Tech Wednesday is Innovation Birmingham's monthly Campus meet-up for Birmingham’s technological and entrepreneurial community. This month focuses on Blockchain technology.
This year's Annual Research Conference is a perfect opportunity for clinicians, businesses and researchers to come together, spark new ideas and collaborations, and learn how the drive for innovation and improvement is transforming healthcare.
‘Personalised medicine’ is a way of providing treatments and healthcare tailored to individual patients rather than using a ‘one-size fits all’ approach. At this event, hear from researchers, clinicians and patients, put your questions to the expert panel and take part in a debate chaired by Professor Dion Morton, Director of West Midlands Genomic Medicine Centre.
The contract for the National Mortality Case Record Review Programme (NMCRR) was awarded to the Royal College of Physicians in 2016 with the aim of establishing and rolling out a standardised methodology and process for retrospective case record review for adult acute care deaths. To support this, the NMCRR programme team will deliver 15 free training sessions, including a session in Birmingham on 23 October.
The Heart Rhythm Alliance 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.
Over the last 10 years, ehi LIVE, the UK's leading digital health show, has served as the annual business platform that brings together eHealth professionals to engage in debate, discuss industry trends and search for new IT solutions.
This event will give you the opportunity to hear an overview of West Midlands Smart City activities, receive an introduction to the recently published Smart City standards, find out about Smart City funding opportunities and have your say about regional issues during the workshop and discussions.
Ahead of the launch of the Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) Healthcare Mental Health and Technology in Surgery competition, there will be a SBRI briefing event for attendees to receive further details of the competition and how it generates new business opportunities for companies; provides small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) a route to market for their ideas; and bridges the seed funding gap experienced by many early stage companies.