The AHSN Medicines Optimisation Network Sharing Day will take place on Thursday 26 November at The Great Connaught Rooms in Holborn, London.The day is to bring together AHSN teams working on medicines optimisation to share progress on projects, to solve problems together and to build knowledge.
This series of free events will deliver a programme of lectures for the clinical, scientific and research communities involved in 100,000 Genomes Project. The seminars are open to all and combine expert insight wth lively discussion and networking opportunities. This latest seminar will feature Kári Stefánsson, Chief Executive Officer of deCODE genetics.
The NHS European Office and NHS England’s Research and Innovation Unit have joined forces with the European Assistance for Innovation Procurement to showcase good practice and provide hands-on support in innovation procurement of ICT healthcare solutions at a free workshop on 24 November in Manchester.
Attend this free event and find out how, by working together, universities and industry can boost innovation and productivity to stimulate business growth. The University of Birmingham business engagement team and researchers will be on hand to discuss how you can access their expertise.
For anyone is who is looking at making a fellowship application within the next four to six months, Research Design Service West Midlands is holding a Fellowship Event on 20 November at The Michael Tippet Room, Staff House, University of Birmingham. The event will provide an overview of the current NIHR Fellowship schemes and insights into the requirements of the interview panel. There will also be the opportunity of some 1-2-1 slots with our PPI advisers. The main theme of the event is to give delegates an overview of incorporating Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) in research design.
A key theme of Global Entrepreneurship Week 2015 is social enterprise. The Opportunities for Social Enterprise, Investment and Impact Conference aims to build on the Big Society Capital/Social Enterprise West Midlands Social Finance Fair and provide a space for commissioners, community leaders, elected members, charities and social enterprises to explore those opportunities.
This Open Network event aims to encourage collaboration across stakeholder groups that will result in innovation, health, wellbeing and wealth across the region and beyond.
Join the TSA at the Technology-enabled Care Event of 2015. Taking place on 16 and 17 November at the Celtic Manor Hotel, South Wales, this is the 'must-attend' annual event in the sector. This year’s International Technology Enabled Care Conference is entitled Inspiring Change and Progress.
The Lunar Society is pleased and excited to invite you to the free Boulton and Watt Commemoration Lecture, "The Third Revolution - how the digital revolution is impacting on health". The lecture will be delivered by Tim Jones, Director of Delivery at University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust and joint theme lead for digital health for WMAHSN, and Dr Tom Clutton-Brock, Senior Lecturer in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care at the University of Birmingham.
Patient First is the UK’s largest patient safety conference and exhibition supporting those looking for solutions to prevent harm and improve care. WMAHSN is delighted to announce that, as partners, we have been given an allocation of education grant passes for members to attend, without cost. This event will give you the opportunity to listen to, and learn from, best practice in patient safety to help support the multiple pressures you face on a day to day basis with relevant and practical advice.
This will be the second conference held by the Central England Rehabilitation Unit, recognised as one of the top facilities for providing specialist rehabilitation which is tailored to meet individual patient needs.
Innovate 2015, co-hosted by Innovate UK and UK Trade and Investment (UKTI), will bring together more than 3,000 UK’s high-growth, high-potential businesses with the most active international investors, international buyers, leading academic institutions and global corporates in a way no other show can. Taking place on 9 and 10 November in central London, as part of Export Week and the GREAT campaign, the event is the largest multi-sector showcase of UK innovation. It provides high-growth SMEs with exclusive opportunities to make the connections and discover the support tools they need to take their business to the next level.
A peer networking event is taking place on Thursday 5 November at the Edgbaston Stadium and will provide a great opportunity to witness how Triumvirate leadership has made a real difference to the participants and resulted in tangible change within their GP practices. The event will allow attendees to network with others within the healthcare environment and discuss this innovative solution to leadership within primary care.