The final session in a series of Health & Social Care seminars in conjunction with United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust will take place at Bishop Grosseteste University (BGU) tomorrow afternoon.
Led by BGU’s own Lincolnshire Open Research & Innovation Centre (LORIC) and titled “Are you prepared for the 4th Industrial Revolution?”, the session will examine current and upcoming changes to technology and industry before opening up for discussion on how these innovations could be applied within the Health & Social Care sector.
Previous sessions have covered a wide spectrum of topics including ‘Collaborative Leadership in a Complex World’ and supporting evidence-based Health & Social Care in Lincolnshire. The final seminar will utilise LORIC’s unique viewpoint as a centre of innovation to encourage discussions around how to enhance the Health & Social Care sector.
The event will be held in Room 1 of BGU’s Hardy Building at 5.30pm tomorrow Wednesday 9 May and will be attended by a broad spectrum of professionals and students from across Health & Social Care attended the seminar including representatives from charities, acute and community health trusts as well as students from BGU's undergraduate and postgraduate Health & Social Care programmes.
Attendance is free with light refreshments provided, for further information and to book please contact: Simone.Seychell@ULH.nhs.uk