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Access this month’s free Life Science Access Academy webinars

By October 27, 2023No Comments

As a BIVDA member benefit, each month you have access to two Life Science Access Academy Webinars. This month we have a terrific lineup, including a webinar delivered by Scott McKenzie, whose contributions during our recent MGM proved immensely helpful.

If you would like to access both or either of the webinars, please email ben@bivda.org.uk.

This month’s webinars are:

Medical Products and the Changing NHS with Scott McKenzie

With the “crashing fiscal waves” and the need to embed “change” we examine the impact on the medical products sector.

Join renowned expert Scott McKenzie for this 60 Minute masterclass to find out why your commitment to pricing, cost-effectiveness and value are of paramount importance to success as you work with the NHS.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Why you should never negotiate on price
  • Cost-effectiveness and value for money
  • How to provide a better overall solution
  • Why rethinking current delivery models is the only way to deliver redesign
  • Why there is no one ‘right’ price
  • That all business cases need to be based upon local custom and practice

 

Inspiring Stories from Female Leaders in the Life Science Industry

In this important and timely one-hour event, our all-female panel of experts tell their own inspiring stories about being successful in the business world, with a focus on the life science industry.

Topics under discussion will include:

  • The biggest challenges facing women in business in the UK
  • Supporting women in their careers and mentorship
  • Managing gender traits and different life stages
  • Personal experiences as a woman in life sciences
  • Dealing with unconscious bias

Key Learning Objectives:

  • How to deal with judgemental attitudes towards women who succeed
  • Life changing advice and life lessons
  • Managing the work/life balance
  • Why women need a different approach to work and life than men
  • Why healthcare is not serving women well right now and what we need to do about it
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