Learn about the latest developments in the healthcare education field, share good practice through facilitated discussions and network with colleagues from across the UK at this conference from the Royal College of Nursing (RCN).
Third and final workshop to understand the language differences, and barriers, in working in prevention across sectors. This workshop will try to ensure that what we say, and how we say it, is consistent and gets our message and purpose across.
A free workshop on device testing using organotypic culture systems, with Dr Alexandra Iordachescu.
This workshop will give a holistic overview of key aspects of developing drug products and medical devices, including: building a network to triage and nurture ideas; the regulatory pathway; establishing safety; manufacturing at scale to clinical grade; and defining relevant measures of clinical success in trials. Critically, the talk will highlight how relatively simple lab experiments, and engagement with relevant regulatory bodies, can help companies and academics innovate and get to market faster, at reduced cost and with less risk.
If you are a business advisor or a business interested in understanding more about the value of intellectual property assets this seminar held at iCentrum will help you.
See the future of healthcare and learn about the latest disruptive technology transforming the medical sector at The Digital Health Technology Show 2018, the only dedicated health technology show to bring together global tech innovators with healthcare modernists and commissioning heads to discuss the massive change that the UK healthcare is going through.
In anticipation of a further round of funding under the ISCF Leading Edge Healthcare Challenge, the KTN is working with Innovate UK on this engagement event to update companies, academics and organisations looking to put proposals into the forthcoming Medicines Manufacturing Challenge Fund Round 2 call of £10million.
This year’s conference, ‘Partners in the Future,’ will be held at the Royal Society, London on 5 and 6 March 2018. The two-day event will focus on the importance of science in health and why data and collaboration are integral to the future of the NHS, with world-class keynote speakers from science, data and healthcare.
The West Midlands Academic Health Science Network (WMAHSN) invites you to attend its Digital Health Summit on 1st March 2018, rescheduled following the inclement weather on 12th December 2017. Taking place at iCentrum in Birmingham, this summit will explore the mechanisms for identifying existing technologies and for working with partners in developing new tools and services that benefit the West Midlands region. This is the rescheduled listing for the WMAHSN Digital Health Summit. Please note that if you registered attendance for the original event, you will need to register again for the March event.