9th September, 12pm to 1pm
The last 18 months has shown how important collaborative working is across life sciences and the health sector.
Collaboration in the production of vaccines, distribution of healthcare and services and the opportunities for greater research have shown how valuable collaboration can be. The governments proposed new health and care legislation will also require much greater collaboration across the NHS and social care providers. In this webinar we explore some areas where the health and life sciences sector is already collaborating and look at what lessons they can learn from other sectors.
This webinar was sponsored by BSI and in partnership with the ICW and the ABHI.
Claire Ward, ICW - Introduction to ICW – why we need more collaboration in healthcare
Courtney Soulsby, BSI - Supporting collaborative working best practice in healthcare
Richard Philips, ABHI.
Daniel Saxton, Paul Tadd, Royal Papworth NHSFT and Philips - collaboration case study
Andrew Dixon, SGVC - MOD and TechUK Collaborative Working Good Practice guide
Followed by a panel discussion with Q&A
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