Join us to celebrate innovation in health at King's College London.
Organised by the Entrepreneurship Institute and King's health societies, at this evening talk you will learn about the important role innovation and entrepreneurship play in tackling challenges currently faced by the health industry.
Upon arrival you will be given the opportunity to have your say on the biggest challenges in health by voting for the one you feel most passionately about, the top five will be announced later in the evening.
Host: Professor Sir Robert Lechler, Vice-Principal of Health at King's College London
Special guest speaker: Sir Bruce Keogh KBE, National Medical Director for National Health Service England
4 x 4: A showcase of four King's health innovators who have just four minutes to share their amazing experiences with you - and get you hooked!
After the talk there will be a range of exhibitors for you to speak to during the networking reception including: DigitalHealth.London, King's Commercialisation Institute and some of the health innovators on the Entrepreneurship Institute's King's20 accelerator programme.
The event will contribute to your personal learning and you will be emailed a Certificate of Engagement* after the event, which will be signed by Professor Lechler and Julie Devonshire OBE, Director of the Entrepreneurship Institute.
It's a great opportunity to develop yourself as a health professional, differentiate yourself as a leader in the health sector, and open doors for future successes.
This event is exclusively for people within the Kings College London community, you will be asked for you King's ID number** upon registration.
*Your Certificate of Engagement will be sent to the email address you have registered with, providing a valid King's ID number is used, and upon completion of a short feedback survey.
**If you are an alumni please use your old k-number and provide us with an active e-mail address for us to send your Certificate of Engagement to.
We look forward to seeing you there!
The BDJ event on Tuesday 7th of Feb has been organised by the Dental Society and is open to all students and staff and is free to attend. The Dental Society are privileged to host Dr Stephen Hancocks, Editor in Chief and Ruth Doherty, the managing editor of the BDJ. It'll be a great event, especially for all those interested in publishing in the BDJ.
The Dental Society hope to see you there!