Book your place now at 'Completing the Picture' educational symposium

Details have been announced for 'Completing the Picture' 2016, the must-attend annual educational symposium for healthcare professionals who use, manage, maintain or purchase medical devices.

This extremely popular event, now in its 16th year, will take place on Wednesday 29 June 2016 at The Nottingham Belfry, NG8 6PY.

This year's varied programme will address the productivity and patient safety challenges that the NHS faces over the next 5 years, and how digital technology and medical devices will be essential in overcoming many of the issues.

The Programme:

  • The 'Quick Wins' in Digital Healthcare
    Candace Imison, Policy Director at the Nuffield Trust
  • Medical Device Safety Officer Network Update
    Dagmar Luettel, Patient Safety Lead Medical Devices, NHS Improvement
  • The Transformation of NHS Procurement
    Simon Walsh, Procurement Director at Central Manchester NHSFT
  • Building Sustainable Safety into Patient Care
    Gerry Bolger, Nurse Informatics Lead at Imperial College NHS Trust
  • RFID - An Ongoing Journey
    Martin Cottam, Senior Medical Technical Officer, East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Changing Face of Sepsis
    Georgina McNamara, Executive Lead Nurse, Sepsis Trust

'Completing the Picture' is free to attend due to an educational grant from Welch Allyn.

'Our customers tell us how important this event is to their community, helping them develop a 360. perspective' says Jan McMeekin, Welch Allyn Regional Director.

'As connected technologies continue to grow, this event becomes increasingly important. Our commitment to Completing the Picture, is a reflection of this.'

Date: Wednesday 29 June 2016

Venue: The Nottingham Belfry, Mellors Way, Nottingham NG8 6PY


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