More than 350 people attended three wide-ranging events on 27 June run by the Oxford AHSN and partner organisations.
The topics covered included genomics, better use of diagnostics to ease pressure on emergency care and new developments in digital health and precision medicine. They featured renowned national speakers as well as clinical leaders from the Oxford AHSN region.
The first event was ‘Using diagnostics to enable new models of urgent and emergency care’ run jointly with West Midlands AHSN in Warwick. It was attended by over 50 people. Read more here.
About 250 people attended the annual technology showcase in Oxford run jointly with the NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre and Oxford University Innovation. Read more here.
The final event was the launch of the new Oxford Genomic Medicine Centre with Oxford University Hospitals. About 70 people came to the Belfry near Thame to hear about the 100,000 Genomes Project. Read more here.