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Collaborative Digitech unmet need event
- Date: 27th Novemer 2017
- Location: OpTIC Conference Centre, St Asaph Business Park, Denbugshire
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB) and Mediwales are running a collaborative event on 27th November at the Optic Centre, North Wales, to bring together areas of excellence and kick start innovation.
The free event will focus on the benefits of sharing clinical and commercial expertise in improving patient healthcare and addressing unmet needs in the Digitech arena.
The day will be of value to:
- Individuals and companies with an interest in improving patient healthcare outcomes and experience through research and innovation.
- Companies wishing to hear more about opportunities for collaborative working with BCUHB.
The morning presentations will provide delegates with information about opportunities for and benefits of collaborative working as well as highlight important intellectual property and shared risk/reward considerations.
Following lunch, delegates will be free to network and visit our range of poster displays and stands. The day will close with Dr Christian Subbe, BCUHB Acute Care Clinician, talking about his experience of working with a global healthcare company.
For more information on the unmet needs identified for this event, read this document.
Register to attend the event here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/collaborative-unmet-need-event-digitech-tickets-38933663636
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