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Working together: an introduction

10.00-12.30 Oxford Brookes University, Headington, Oxford An introduction for people new to patient and public involvement. Suitable for healthcare professionals, researchers, patients, carers and the public. This is the first of a series of events running through 2018. See the full list here. Programme run in conjunction with the NIHR Oxford CLAHRC and Clinical Research […]

OBN BioThirstday

17.30-20.00 Jam Factory, Hollybush Row, Oxford OX1 1HU Free informal networking event open to all working in life sciences. Further information and registration details here.

Harwell Healthtec Connect

11.30-13.00 ESA ECSAT, Harwell OX11 0FD Healthtech and life sciences cluster networking event including the following short presentations: Drug discovery and new models of innovation – Prof Chas Bountra, Structural Genomics Consortium Access to micro gravity labs for life sciences research – Alan Brunstrom, European Space Agency Further information and booking details here.

Celebrating trauma research

09.00-17.00 Hilton Hotel, Reading Regional symposium for staff working in trauma, emergency and related studies. Organised by the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust with the NIHR Clinical Research Network and Thames Valley Trauma Network. For more information, to book a place, or submit an abstract for a presentation, please contact Emma Craig on 0118 322 […]

Working together: approaches and techniques

12.00-17.00 Didcot Civic Hall For people with some experience of patient and public involvement. Suitable for healthcare professionals, researchers, patients, carers and the public. This is part of a series of events running through 2018. See the full list here. Programme run in conjunction with the NIHR Oxford CLAHRC and Clinical Research Network Oxford and […]

Improving access to medicine

09.00-13.00 Central London venue tbc Pricing, regulating and implementing the life sciences industrial strategy. Speakers include: Nicki Bromwich, Oxford AHSN Head of Digital, on ‘Supporting innovation in the NHS: funding, commissioning and dissemination’ Mike Hannay, AHSN Network Chair, on ‘A strategic approach to the adoption and spread of innovation in the NHS Further information and […]

The power of partnership

09.00-16.00 Oxford Belfry, Milton Common, Oxfordshire OX9 2JW Celebrating and strengthening partnerships in transforming the workforce to meet population health needs. The Oxford AHSN is among partner organisations contributing to this Health Education England Thames Valley event. Further information and booking details here.

How SMEs should prepare for post-Brexit Britain

18.30-20.30 Unipart House, Garsington Road, Oxford OX4 2GQ CBI Chief of Staff Matthew Fell will outline the issues facing SMEs and larger enterprises and set out ways to prepare for the most likely scenarios that will emerge from the Government’s negotiations with the EU. Further information and booking details here. Event sponsored by Unipart and Oxfordshire […]

Digital health technology show 1/2

09.00-17.30 ExCeL, London Also 14 March Two-day conference bringing together innovators and healthcare leaders to discuss the latest developments and challenges with particular focus on digital health technology. Further information and booking details here. On 14 March Dr Nick Scott-Ram, Oxford AHSN Director of Commercial Development, leads a session on the Oxford AHSN Digital health […]

Digital health technology show 2/2

09.00-17.30 ExCeL, London Also 13 March Day two of conference bringing together innovators and healthcare leaders to discuss the latest developments and challenges with particular focus on digital health technology. 15.00-15.30: Dr Nick Scott-Ram, Oxford AHSN Director of Commercial Development, leads a session on the Oxford AHSN Digital health roadmap to adoption (Leadership Theatre). Further […]

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