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How can FemTech help reduce inequalities in maternity care? – Hosted by West of England AHSN

Date: Wednesday 7 June

Time: 12.30-1.30pm

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Accelerating Femtech: Manchester event hosted by Mills & Reeve – More details to come!

Date: Tuesday 13 June

Time: 2-5.45pm

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Accelerating Femtech: London event hosted by CW Innovation – More details to come!

Date: Monday 19 June

Time: 2-6pm

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Accelerating Femtech: East Midlands event hosted by East Midlands AHSN – More details to come!

Date: Tuesday 20 June

Time: 10-4pm

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Improving outcomes in cancer care – The King’s Fund 

Session goes live Thursday 29 June 12-1pm.

Catch up on demand until Saturday 29 July, when the event closes.

Early diagnosis and treatment are critical in extending the lives of those living with cancer and improving their quality of life.

However, a number of national performance standards around diagnosis and waiting times for cancer care have not been met for several years. The Covid-19 pandemic has further highlighted the need to ensure that cancer programmes are not disrupted in the future, as the system seeks to recover from the impact of the pandemic.

The government is planning to publish a new Major Conditions Strategy, which encompasses elements of the previously planned dedicated cancer plan, aimed at developing aimed at developing a co-ordinated approach across major conditions and diseases, including cancer. Against this backdrop, this panel discussion will bring together senior leaders from the cancer community to discuss:

  • putting patients’ experiences of cancer treatment at the centre of pathway design and priority areas for improvement
  • strategies to ensure that the system – already dealing with pressures on workforce, capacity and an intimidating backlog – is equipped to deliver high quality cancer care going forward
  • how to improve the link between early diagnosis and early treatment, and address inequalities in provision and access.

GIRFT Tuberculosis Review

Thursday 29th June 1pm -2pm

Recruitment, Retention & Development of People of Colour in UK Life Sciences

Wednesday 28 June 2023 10.30am – 12.00pm

BIVDA is committed to supporting inclusivity and diversity so come and join us for our webinar ‘The Recruitment, Retention and Development of People of Colour in UK Life Sciences’ on if you are looking to make a positive impact on the UK’s life sciences sector, join us and be a part of the conversation to help shape the future of the industry.

Register HERE via Eventbrite.



MHRA Medical Devices Regulations webinar recording – 24 January 2023