What impact will Brexit have on the life sciences?26th April 2017
The UK has long been a world-leader for innovation in life sciences. Which is why, according to the Office for Life Sciences, many of the most talented scientists from other countries come here to research and develop innovative drugs and technologies. However the affects of the UK leaving the EU is a grey area.
The UK Prime Minister has said she intends to trigger Article 50 by the end of March 2017, meaning the UK will be expected to have left the EU by the summer of 2019.
We have brought together leaders from across the healthcare landscape to discuss the opportunities, challenges and predictions of the impact of Brexit on the life sciences.
Confirmed speakers are Liz Mear, CEO, The Innovation Agency and Dr Nicole Mather, Director, Office for Life Sciences.
This event is kindly being hosted by EY.
What the airline industry can teach hospitals about patient safety.8th May 2017
On Monday 8th May we are hosting a hotly anticipated talk with Nick Toff, who is now the Establishment Advisor at HSIB, and he will be joined on stage by Duncan Astill, Partner in the health and regulatory team at Mills & Reeve and James Titcombe, Patient Safety Specialist, Datix.
This event is kindly being sponsored by Mills & Reeve.