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Bristol inaugural Health Tech Meetup
If you are interested in the intersection between health and technology, don’t miss the inaugural Bristol Health Tech Meetup on Thursday 23 of April at 6-9pm at the Engine Shed, Bristol BS1 6QH. This is the first of a series of Health Tech Meetup events brought to you by Bristol Health Partners and the health and hi-tech sector groups of the West of England Local Enterprise Partnership (WELEP).
This networking evening will explore Bristol is Open, the new high speed network connecting central Bristol going live this spring, enabling cutting edge research and development projects. Paul Wilson, CEO of Bristol is Open will kick things off, followed by presentations from Bristol Health Partners Director David Relph and Nina Cross, Informatics Lead at the West of England Academic Health Science Network.
It is free to attend and will give you the opportunity to network with like-minded people to discuss health and care innovation, and hear about some of the amazing work going on in Bristol, all while enjoying refreshments. You are welcome to bring along demos and details of your own or others' projects.
Tickets for this inaugural Meetup event are available on a first come, first served basis for anyone interested in health technology, with a number of tickets reserved for people from:
· the nine Bristol Health Partner member organisations
· affiliates of the hi-tech and health sector WELEP groups
· the West of England Academic Health Science Network member organisations
· the National Institute for Health Research Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care West
· the Clinical Research Network - West of England
· People in Health West of England
To book your place, join this Meetup and RSVP to this event.
About the organisers
Bristol Health Partners is a dynamic collaboration between the three NHS trusts and three Clinical Commissioning Groups serving the Bristol city region, the city's two universities and its local authority. This partnership intends to help integrate, promote and develop the health and care sector in and around Bristol.
The West of England Local Enterprise Partnership (WELEP) supports business growth and is working to attract new jobs to Bristol, Bath and Weston-super-Mare and the surrounding area.