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Big data roundtable

Timing tbc Venue tbc in Oxford Event organised by EIT Health UK-Ireland and hosted by the University of Oxford. Further information and booking details contact Rosemary Gallagher.

Introduction to the adopting innovation and managing change programme

16.00-18.00 Magdalen Centre, Oxford Science Park OX4 4GA The Oxford Academic Health Science Network has established a unique programme to help NHS staff and partners managing change and adopting innovation. This open evening is an opportunity to find out more about the programme and hear from some of the people who have benefited from it. The […]

Emergency department collaborative

10.00-15.30 Academic Centre, Milton Keynes Hospital, Standing Way, Eaglestone, MK6 5LD  Third meeting of the regional emergency department collaborative bringing together clinicians from EDs across the Oxford AHSN region. The theme is positive safety culture. Further information and booking details here. Find out more about the emergency department collaborative here. This meeting is hosted by […]

Lay partners on staff interview panels

10.00-13.00 University of Reading 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 CLAHRC Oxford and Clinical Research Network Thames Valley […]

Venturefest Oxford

08.00-19.00 Oxford Brookes University Headington Campus 20th annual Venturefest Oxford event bringing together entrepreneurs and innovators, showcasing technology, applications and providing opportunities to engage with business and investors. The focus will be on four key areas from Oxfordshire’s 2017 Science and Innovation Audit report: digital health/life sciences space-led data application autonomous vehicles/robotics technologies underpinning quantum computing. […]

Introduction to evaluation of diagnostics

Worcester College, Oxford First day of three days of diagnostic evidence workshops organised by the National Institute for Health Research Community Healthcare Medtech and In vitro diagnostics Co-operative (MIC). Aimed at all involved in diagnostic tests including people working in industry, academia, research funding and regulatory affairs. Topics covered include how to obtain regulatory approval, how […]

Cost-effective analysis of diagnostic tests for development and adoption

Worcester College, Oxford Second day of three days of diagnostic evidence workshops organised by the National Institute for Health Research Community Healthcare Medtech and In vitro diagnostics Co-operative (MIC). Aimed at all involved in diagnostic tests including people working in industry, academia, research funding and regulatory affairs. Topics covered include how to obtain regulatory approval, how […]

Statistical methods for diagnostic accuracy in medical research

Worcester College, Oxford Final day of three days of diagnostic evidence workshops organised by the National Institute for Health Research Community Healthcare Medtech and In vitro diagnostics Co-operative (MIC). Aimed at all involved in diagnostic tests including people working in industry, academia, research funding and regulatory affairs. Topics covered include how to obtain regulatory approval, how […]

Excellence in cancer

timing tbc Kassam Stadium, Oxford Thames Valley Cancer Alliance annual conference. Details to follow

Going further and faster to reduce strokes related to atrial fibrillation

08.30-10.00 ICC, Birmingham Session led by AHSNs as part of Heart Rhythm Congress which runs 7-10 October. Includes contribution from Hannah Oatley, Oxford AHSN Clinical Innovation Adoption manager, on developing specialist pharmacists to optimise anti-coagulant therapy. Details of the session here Further information and booking details for the Heart Rhythm Congress here Read more about […]

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