Collaborate to Innovate

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Date: 16/02/2016 | Time: 09:30 - 14:00
Location: UWE Exhibition and Conference Centre
Organised by: University of the West of England

Event summary

Collaborate to innovate will explore the role of the West of England ASHN – looking at how UWE staff are already playing a part in the work of the Network and how it might assist you in your own area in the year ahead. Join the big discussion and help shape the Network’s future work programme.

The event is designed to be of interest to academic and research staff across UWE.

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The programme

This will be an interactive event and around two-thirds of the programme will be cafe-style discussions involving all participants.

9:30am: Refreshments & Registration

10am-1pm: Workshop session:

Welcome and introduction
Steve West, Vice-Chancellor of UWE & Chairman of the West of England AHSN

What is the West of England AHSN and what are we trying to achieve?
Deborah Evans, Managing Director of the West of England AHSN

Bringing innovation into practice: working with enterprise and industry
Lars Sundstrom, Director of Enterprise at the West of England AHSN and Professor of Practice in Translational Medicine at the University of Bristol

Patient Safety and the health agenda
Anne Pullyblank, Clinical Director, Patient Safety Collaborative

Knowledge mobilisation and The West of England Academy
Anna Burhouse, Director of Quality for the West of England AHSN

Cafe-style discussions
An opportunity to have conversations and share ideas with senior members of the West of England AHSN team

Feedback and next steps

Closing comments
Jenny Ames, Associate Dean (Research, Innovation & Partnerships), Health & Applied Sciences

1pm-2pm: Lunch

Who should attend

This event has been devised for the University of the West of England staff, looking at how UWE staff are already playing a part in the work of the Network and how it might assist you in your own area in the year ahead.

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