Events

Latest events

We run a series of events, often in partnership, to support innovators, health providers and patients turn great ideas into positive health impact.

For example if you are looking to develop and commercialise your innovations, our insight to impact workshops, clinical innovator or scale-up academy events are a great opportunity to meet peers, hear from experts, debate key topics and access 1:1 support to develop your idea. The MedTechBOOST programme we initiated in 2019 brings together researchers, academics, entrepreneurs and early stage start-ups to develop, validate and design solutions to some of the biggest health challenges. The topic in 2019 was mental health and healthy ageing.

We also convene senior leaders and industry experts at our regional leaders innovation forums to discuss, debate and make connections to help solve some of the biggest issues faced in health and care.

Our innovation exchange events are designed to match innovators with local healthcare providers around specific challenges and our medical directors masterclasses bring together senior clinicians from trusts across our region to share best practice and learn about innovation in our region.

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November

The Scale-Up Academy

Beginning 1 November 2022, the Scale-up Academy is a programme developed by Eastern AHSN in partnership with the Triple Chasm Company to tackle the healthcare scale-up challenge. The programme brings together the start-up leadership teams with our advisors, members of the Triple Chasm team and domain experts in areas such as fundraising and product synthesis, to develop high impact commercialisation plans.

Making a Difference: Genomics in Nursing and Midwifery Conference

22 November, 9:00 AM

Are you a Nurse, Midwife or Allied Health Professional working in the East Midlands or East of England? Genomics is expanding rapidly as it moves from the margins to the mainstream; from niche to necessity. Nurses and midwives are key to driving this ambition forward.

NHS East genomics want to engage nurses and midwives across a wide range of roles from ‘ward to board’ and beyond hospital boundaries. Their aim is to get everyone talking about genomics and its application in nursing and midwifery practice. The conference is an opportunity to learn about the national strategy for genomics from the national Director of Nursing & Midwifery, hear about the education programme and workforce planning to support large scale change, hear from patients and their experiences of genomic testing, learn from clinical nurse specialists and specialist midwives who use genomic testing in their patient pathways and be part of the conversation around how genomics can be integrated into your patient pathway.

 

East of England Stroke Forum:  Online learning session – planning an impactful learning series to ensure best practice

23 November, 2022, 6:00 PM

Do you want to deepen your understanding of stroke care or contribute to improving stroke care in the region? Join us to help shape the future of the Interactive Learning Series and ensure that the Stroke Forum can provide the most useful training for you!

This is the first of the interactive learning series of the East of England Stroke Forum aimed at designing an impactful series of online sessions using your feedback and expertise.

 

Enabling lifestyle behaviour change in your communities – a practical introduction

30 November, 2022, 09:30 -16:00 (ticketed event – categories apply)

An interactive workshop on behaviour change theory and practical implementation for your current professional challenges.

Norwich Institute of Healthy Ageing (NIHA) believe in offering colleagues across community facing roles a keen insight into behaviour change concepts and practical strategies to support behaviour change. By introducing practitioners to strategies for helping service users achieve behaviour change, we hope they will be empowered to engage in conversations with the people and communities accessing services.

The workshop will

    • Offer delegates knowledge and skills to enable people to adopt and maintain more healthful behaviours
    • Help develop practical behaviour change initiatives with lived experience at their core
    • Show the importance of innovation grounded in day to day reality to facilitating lifestyle behaviour change
    • Support collaboration across sectors and communities for future working opportunities

 

 

 

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