The Public Participation Team at NHS England would like to invite voluntary, community and social enterprise sector partners to an NHS England webinar for a national update on Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs). The webinar will take place on 30 January from 12 - 1pm.
Join the National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement at Conference Aston from 1.30 – 4pm for a free informal networking event, where you will meet others, explore the funding landscape for social innovation and share experiences of how to plan, evaluate and deliver excellent projects.
This event will showcase Flo's latest innovations, updates, case studies, evidence and impact by members of the Simple Telehealth community, along with respected keynote speakers. You will also hear from some of Flo’s patients, sharing their experiences and describing how Flo has transformed their lives.
WIN invites you to attend their 3rd annual conference on 24 January 2017, the aims of which are to showcase innovation and research in digital health, care and wellbeing, enable the sharing of good practice and experience from those working in this area and promote networking across various settings.
Health Education England's Genomics Education Programme (GEP) will be running its online course ‘Whole Genome Sequencing: Decoding the Language of Life and Health’, on 23 January. The course explores the ins and outs of whole genome sequencing and features interviews with leading scientists and medics working at the forefront of this new technology.
Respiratory Futures is hosting a live debate on the role of public-private partnerships in respiratory health. Chaired by Dr Phil Hammond, the expert panel will address head-on the opportunities and challenges of public-private sector collaborations and perhaps bust some myths along the way.
The event will enable regional business throughout the West Midlands to obtain a thorough understanding of the funding and support that is available to them from the Innovate UK family, including the Knowledge Transfer Network, Enterprise Europe Network, the Catapults and also from other regional landscape partners.
The purpose of this workshop is to better understand the landscape from the perspective of SMEs and start-ups within the life sciences sector in accessing investment finance, establishing what gaps and opportunities may exist and exploring how improved provision might look.
This one-day course on practical ways to innovate digital ideas successfully draws on the approach delivered by NHS Innovation South West (NISW). This course is appropriate for those “clinical entrepreneurs” looking to progress a technology “ Internet of things”, wearables, sensors, assistive devices innovation project.
StartUp 2017 Birmingham, in partnership with Birmingham City University, is the Midlands-based event run by small business support group Enterprise Nation. It will deliver a big boost to ambitious would-be entrepreneurs in the city.