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AI in health and care award: round 2

1200-1300 Webinar A second competition for artificial intelligence technologies to receive funding through the £140m AI in Health and Care Award opens on 3 November. The deadline for applications is 1pm on 8 December 2020. This webinar focuses on phases 1 and 2 – technical evaluation, development and evaluation. Further information and booking details here. […]

AI in health and care award: round 2

0900-1000 Webinar A second competition for artificial intelligence technologies to receive funding through the £140m AI in Health and Care Award opens on 3 November. The deadline for applications is 1pm on 8 December 2020. This webinar focuses on phases 3 and 4 – real-world testing and initial adoption in the health system. Further information and […]

Healthcare after the Covid-19 pandemic: the walls are coming down

1700-1800 Webinar Speakers: Prof Chas Bountra and Prof Sir Charles Godfray. Part of the ‘Building back better‘ webinar series from the Oxford Martin School at the University of Oxford. Further information and booking details Watch on demand later here

EIT Health: Women in healthcare innovation

0900-1630 Webinar Are you a student or young professional working in healthcare or planning to work in healthcare innovation? Join the online workshops and panel discussions with women in the Oxford innovation ecosystem. Registration required here

Accelerating innovation for healthy ageing

1300-1600 Webinar Professor Gary Ford, Chief Executive of the Oxford AHSN, is one of the speakers in a session on the role of clinical biomarkers in predicting multiple long-term conditions in older age. The workshop aims to build consensus in developing universal definitions for multiple long-term conditions, better understand risk factors and inform policy. More […]

Innovation and change in social care: learning from the pandemic

1800-1930 Webinar The Covid-19 pandemic has hit social care very hard, with high infection and mortality rates in care homes and changed operational practices across the sector. This panel discussion seeks to take stock of the situation in social care, with a particular focus on learning and innovation. Event run by Green Templeton College, University […]

Dementia: forget about a cure, focus on care and future prevention

1800-1900 Webinar  Join the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences for their annual research lecture, delivered by Dame Professor Louise Robinson. The biggest risk factor for developing dementia is age, with dementia now the most common cause of death in women over 65 years of age in the United Kingdom (UK). Our ageing populations mean […]