World Healthcare Congress
- 5-7th March 2019
- Manchester Central, Manchester
Manchester will host the inaugural World Congress Europe, providing a platform to showcase health and social care innovation.
Taking place at Manchester Central, WHCE 2019 is expected to attract more than 1,000 delegates, exhibitors and speakers from all sectors of healthcare, including hospitals, health systems, pharmaceutical, medical device and biotech companies, academia and leading government agencies.
WHCE 2019 will showcase new models of global collaboration centred around three themes demostrating Manchester’s leading role in pioneering new approaches to healthcare. They are:
- Personalised healthcare
- Arts for health and wellbeing
- Innovative health and social care ecosystems
Influential keynote speakers from across the world will include Jon Rouse, Chief Operating Officer for Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership, which oversees the city-region’s devolved £6.6 billion health and social care system for 2.8 million people.
Congress Chair, Professor Jackie Oldham, Director of Health Innovation Manchester’s Oxford Road Corridor, said: “WHCE 2019 provides an opportunity for delegates to join an important debate about the developments that will share the future of health and social care in a challenging economic and demographic era. This is a conference not to be missed.”
To find out more about World Healthcare Congress Europe 2019 and to register, visit: http://europehealthcare.org/.