10.00-13.00 Oxford AHSN, Magdalen Centre, Oxford Science Park OX4 4GA Event for all professionals caring for children with gastrostomies in the Thames Valley to enable networking and shared learning. Further information and booking details here. Hosted by the Oxford Patient Safety Collaborative – read more about its specialised paediatric care programme here.
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09.30-16.00 Unipart House, Oxford OX4 6LN A networking event for specialist professionals working with and supporting children dependent on long term ventilation (LTV) and living in the community in the Thames Valley region. The day will mix plenary talks and hands-on workshops. It will include the launch of the Thames Valley pathway and standards of […]
10.00-16.00 Edgbaston Park Hotel & Conference Centre, 53 Edgbaston Park Road, Birmingham B15 2RS This event will explore the technological advances needed to bring ultrasound to the front door of community healthcare delivery. Aimed at: generalist and specialist clinicians working in acute care pathways, with particular focus on ambulatory care and care in community settings […]
16.00-19.oo Oxford Town Hall OX1 1BX Workshop to find out how to harness the power of data-driven innovative technology to unlock smart solutions. Further information and booking details here. Delivered by Innovation Support for Business (ISfB) through the Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (OxLEP) supported by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
14.00-19.30 Oxford BioEscalator, Innovation Building, Old Road Campus, Oxford OX3 7FZ An opportunity for translational research groups, spin-outs, and start-ups to engage with the Medicines and Healthcare Product Regulatory Authority (MHRA), find out more about the regulatory process and support available. Further information and booking details here.
09.00-16.15 Blatvatnik School of Government, University of Oxford OX2 6GG Academic Industry Meeting Day (AIMday) where bioscience companies and researchers set the agenda related to pressing challenges in a particular hot topic. On this occasion it is advanced therapies and regenerative medicine. Further information and booking details here.
15.00-17.00 Oxford BioEscalator, Innovation Building, Old Road Campus, Oxford OX3 7FZ First in a series of ‘The Hill’ workshops as part of the ERDF-funded Innovation Support for Business Programme. All workshops are free to attend and are targeted at SMEs and entrepreneurs developing healthcare innovations. Followed by ‘social mixer’ (17.30-19.30). Register here. Further information on the workshop from Flora Hatahintwali
09.30-16.00 Shaw House, Church Road, Newbury RG14 2DR Latest in series of wide-ranging patient and public involvement training and development events run by the Oxford AHSN with National Institute for Health Research partners. Further information and booking details here. Find the full 2019 programme here.
12.00-19.00 Academic Centre, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford OX3 9DU Key themes to be explored include genomic science, impact and precision interventions. Further information and booking details here. Organised by the Innovation Forum.
18.00-19.00 JHB Main Lecture Theatre, John Henry Brookes Building, Headington Campus, Oxford Brookes University Professor Dave Carter, of Oxford Brookes University, explores how understanding intercellular communication could lead to improvements in treatment and healthcare outcomes. Free event open to all. Further information and booking details here.