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Free webinars: Diabetes NHS Update and AI and Life Sciences: The Future

By November 10, 2023No Comments

Courtesy of your BIVDA membership, we are bringing you two free seminars each month from the Life Science Access Academy. If you would like access to the webinars, please email

This month’s webinars are:

Diabetes NHS Update

For this deep and informative one-hour masterclass for LSAA members, Shailen Rao, Founder and Managing Director of Soar Beyond Ltd, is joined by David Strain to provide an expert and comprehensive summary of all that is happening in the world of diabetes and shine the spotlight on the impact of recent NHS changes on clinicians and payers.

Quite simply, we will examine what has changed in this major clinical area, and what the policy and organisational dynamics are that those with an interest in diabetes need to be aware of.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • What are the main changes taking place and why are they important to those industry working in diabetes?
  • Key stakeholders – who are they and how and where will their decisions be implemented?
  • What are the likely tactical measures the NHS may deploy on a local or regional level as we enter 2024?
  • 2024 will be an election year with a potential new administration; what impact will this have on our key diabetes customers?

AI and Life Sciences: The Future

Artificial intelligence (AI) contains within itself the potential to change countless areas of our daily lives beyond recognition, none more so than the provision of healthcare.

In this prescient and essential 90-minute panel discussion for LSAA members, a leading group of Industry Commentators and Senior Leaders will explain the potentials and risks of AI, describe its potential to effect change, and ask what an AI future will mean for the Industry, the NHS and the patient population.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • How will AI affect the delivery of healthcare?
  • What are the benefits and risks?
  • Which sectors and services are most likely to change and how?
  • Which professions will be most impacted?
  • What will AI mean for the individual, their treatment and data?