Would you like to hear about research led by non-medical staff and multidisciplinary teams? Are you a clinician or manager who wants to know more about the opportunities available to integrate research in a clinical career? Would you like to engage with thought leaders in the field of clinical academic careers? You are invited to the Midlands and East of England 2nd Annual Celebration of evidence for best care.
Research Showcase: Birmingham Health Partners (BHP) will be holding their annual Research Showcase in May featuring interactive displays about local innovations and health research that is delivering fantastic benefits to patients. Exciting developments in the last year include the opening of a dedicated medical devices testing centre which is speeding up the application of new technology into use in health care, improved knowledge about rare diseases and cancer through looking at our genes and advances in areas such as audiology and cardiology. For more information, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The University of Birmingham is pleased to welcome the Birmingham Rare Diseases Symposium, 17-18 May 2018. The University of Birmingham together with University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust and Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust have outstanding expertise and capabilities in rare diseases with over 500 scientists and clinicians working on over 1,000 different rare diseases.
The University of Birmingham together with University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust and Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust have outstanding expertise and capabilities in rare diseases with over 500 scientists and clinicians working on over 1,000 different rare diseases.
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The two-day annual conference returns in 2018 to explore the latest in IT strategy and implementation across health and care. UK e-Health Week 2018 will sharpen the focus on the power of IT and data to transform the way we plan and deliver health and care.
Innovate UK and the Knowledge Transfer Network are hosting a briefing event for Innovate UK’s new Open innovation loans competition, which is currently open for application.
DICOH’18 is a national conference organised by The Institute of Digital Healthcare (IDH), WMG at the University of Warwick and the West Midlands Health Informatics Network. DICOH focuses in research and applications in digital health and healthcare safety.