Health Enterprise East (HEE), providers of technology advisory and innovation management services to the NHS, announced the 10th Health Enterprise East Innovation Awards 2016.
This year’s Health Enterprise East Innovation Awards Dinner will be taking place at the fresh and modern surroundings of the Radisson Blu Stansted.
Shortlisted entries in each of the five categories will be invited to the awards dinner, venue to be confirmed, on the 9th June to announce the winners and celebrate the best ideas from colleagues across the NHS.
The KTN in collaboration with Innovate UK, Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult, Department of Health and Kings College London are holding an event focussing on new unmet clinical needs, the latest developments in the regulatory environment and clinical adoption. Following recent developments and the UK’s Regenerative Medicine Expert Group report recommendations this event will bring together the UK regenerative medicine communities involving industrialists, academics and clinicians from a number of clinical specialities.
Leading clinicians and experts from a number of organisations will be presenting at this event. Directors and managers from industry, major funding organisations (e.g. Innovate UK, Research Councils, relevant charities) and leading academics will also be invited to attend and support this event.
The Royal Society of Medicine and IET Healthcare Technology Network are organising a one day meeting on the 19th of May 2016 on ‘The Future of Medicine – The Role of Doctors in 2025’.
The aim of this event is to explore just how far the delivery of health and care has been improved by the availability of new technology, and what the latest predictions are by those working in the field of how medicine will really be practised in nine years’ time. It will also encourage forward planning to facilitate the early introduction of new technology in frontline healthcare and highlight the ever-increasing need for biomedical engineers and healthcare scientists.
Are there issues and challenges within your practice that you would like to solve? TITCH (Technology and Innovation Transforming Child Health) invites you to an afternoon workshop in Manchester on Wednesday 2nd March at the City Labs building on Nelson Street.
The first TITCH workshop in Sheffield that took place in December 2015 identified almost a hundred unmet needs which has begun to highlight significant areas for improvement within:
Enabling improved medical interventions through technology
Improved technology to aid with diagnostics
Enablement of better child friendly education around health awareness
Improved technology to help with self management of a condition
Holistic assessments of a child’s needs
If you would like to attend the workshop, please register here.