Combining Cambridge technologies for the future of healthcare

1 October 2015, 9am


Venue: Cambridge City Hotel, Downing Street, Cambridge

Date: Thursday 1 October 2015

Delegate Fee = £65

The objective of this event is to initiate a debate about how using and combining healthcare technologies can help to meet the known and predicted needs of future patients. Cost: £65 per delegate.

To download a provisional agenda click here

To register and reserve your place, please go to http://www.cam-pgmc.ac.uk/courses/combining-cambridge-technologies-for-the-future-of-healthcare

**Booking closes 24th September 2015**

Outline Agenda

9.00 Welcome & Introduction, followed by keynote address by Professor Sir Malcolm Grant (Chair, NHS England) on "The Technological Revolution in Healthcare: Capturing the benefits for the NHS"

10.00 Part 1: Today’s Technologies
1. Mobile healthcare technologies
2. The potential for big data from eHospital
3. Stratified medicine: the case of cancer care
4. Questions/small group discussion

11.20 Coffee

11.40 Part 2: The Future Today
1. The Cambridge Centre for Musculoskeletal Repair, Regeneration and Replacement
2. Nanotechnology in Cambridge: healthcare opportunities
3. Questions/small group discussion

12.40 Networking Lunch

13.40 Part 3: Paradigm Shift
1. Clinical genomics and health care
2. ARM’s open: mobile healthcare at scale
3. Questions/small group discussion

14.40 Part 4: Into Action
1. Plenary discussion
2. Next steps

15.40 Close