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Intelligent intermittent auscultation in labour masterclass

10.00-11.00 Webex Webinar to support imminent launch of interactive e-learning package to improve monitoring of babies’ hearts in the womb using real fetal heart sounds. The programme aims to improve safety for mothers and babies in low-risk labour and birth by improving the knowledge, skills and confidence of midwives to undertake intermittent auscultation of the […]

Regulation and ethics for medtech innovators and start-ups

08.45-17.00 St Catherine’s College, Oxford OX1 3UJ Workshop to discuss regulatory requirements and ethical consideration for medical device and digital health innovators and start-ups. A Bucks HSC Ventures event with the University of Oxford. Further information and booking details here.

Patient and public involvement: digital health

13.30-16.30 Quaker Meeting House, St Giles, Oxford OX2 3LW There is increasing attention on the potential to improve people’s health through digital technologies and the vast amounts of data being collected in health and care. There is consensus that involving patients and members of the public in discussions about how best to use these technologies […]

Colitis and Crohn’s disease public open evening

17.30-19.30 Academic Centre, John Radcliffe Hospital OX3 9DU Information and support for people affected by Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, as well as details of the latest research to help find better treatments. The Oxford AHSN True Colours/Inflammatory Bowel Disease programme will contribute to this event. Further information and booking details here.

Health Education England regional workforce symposium

09.00-16.30 Kassam Stadium, Oxford OX4 4XP Health Education England event focusing on making the Thames Valley the best place to work. The Oxford AHSN will be among partner organisations taking part. Further information and booking details here. #HEEPartnership2020

Better doctors, better patients, better decisions: Risk literacy in health

17.00-18.15 Oxford Martin School, Holywell Street, Oxford OX1 3BD Can every doctor understand health statistics? Professor Gerd Gigerenzer will focus on the emergence in the last decade of two key forces: digital technology and patient competence. Further information and booking details here.

Regional maternity and neonatal shared learning event

08.30-13.30 Unipart House, Oxford OX4 2PG Free event open to all staff working within maternity services, including neonatal, anaesthetic, trainee doctors, research and education. Topics to be discussed include shared learning from staff undertaking quality improvement projects across the Oxford AHSN region and updates on the work of the regional perinatal governance group. Event hosted […]

Working with patients, carers and the public: getting it right

09.30-16.00 The King’s Centre, Osney Mead, Oxford OX2 0ES This workshop explores why working together with patients, carers and the public is so important and ways to make it most effective. This event is for patients, carers and the public, health and social care staff, researchers and education professionals. Further information and booking details here.

The future of health in the UK

17.30-18.45 Oxford Martin School, Holywell Street, Oxford OX1 3BD Chris Whitty, England’s Chief Medical Officer, looks ahead at the likely demands and advances over the next 20 years. Further information and booking details here.

Polypharmacy action learning sets

Venue and timings to be confirmed on booking First of three half-day training sessions for GPs and non-medical practitioners focusing on identifying barriers that prevent safely stopping inappropriate medicines. Subsequent workshops on 8 April and 6 May. Delegates must attend all three sessions. Morning and afternoon options available. These sessions will help new primary care […]

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