Venturefest West Midlands – a new event and exhibition giving entrepreneurs and innovators the opportunity to meet, engage and discuss products with a national audience of investors – launches for the first time in the region this summer.
The Safer Care Conference, now in its second year, is an opportunity to meet like-minded health professionals to share ideas and develop skills in research practice that could be translated in to real, impactful improvements in the quality and safety of care.
Academic Health Science Networks will be having a joint presence with the Strategic Clinical Networks at the Commissioning Show, the largest national event for health and care professionals.
On Friday 19 June, 10am - 3pm, there will be a Sign up to Safety workshop at thestudio in central Birmingham. Sign up to Safety is a key component of the work being carried out by the WMAHSN as part of the West Midlands Patient Safety Collaborative.
A new round of Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) competitions have been launched by the SBRI Healthcare programme team. This competition round will focus on the overarching theme of ‘Older People with Multiple Morbidities’, and this briefing session in Birmingham will outline the clinical challenges in each of the competition themes, the key requirements of each call and how the SBRI process works, the application process and important deadlines.
This inspiring event will offer space to reflect and take away practical tools for connecting with people in the later stages of the dementia journey and through end of life care.
Building on the success of previous national conferences, Jamie Coleman and colleagues are hosting a regional conference in Birmingham to launch the ePrescribing Digital Maturity Index and showcase other great work from around the region.
This high profile and influential platform for discussion, learning and debate in the NHS will bring together 2700+ senior health and care leaders, decision-makers, partners and stakeholders at a critical juncture for health and care just three weeks after the general election.