In advance of this morning’s Preparing for 2021 webinar on expected digital health regulatory changes (starts at 10.00 – you can still book), here are a few quick items I have been sent by members to notify you of, beginning with one that sadly my PC decided I shouldn’t see, so apologies for the late notification:
AGE-WELL and Supporting Innovation in AgeTech – Thursday 12th November 4pm
If you are a ‘healthy ageing’ innovator in the UK, interested in entering the Canadian marketplace, this interactive webinar is for you. Brought to you by The AHSN Network, in partnership with the Canadian AGE-WELL network, this interactive webinar will be the first in a series of joint events hosted by Canada and England, focussing on innovation in healthy ageing.
This first AGE-WELL introductory webinar will showcase the Canadian AGE-WELL network, its approach to improving life for older adults, how it fosters effective partnerships with members of industry and the support it can provide for innovators bringing solutions to the Canadian marketplace. This will be an interactive webinar with a goal to foster future dialogue between AGE-WELL, the AHSN Network, UK-based innovators and stakeholders in the healthcare space.
Dr. Alex Mihailidis, AGE-WELL CEO and Scientific Director @AGEWELL_ACE
Sara Aghvami, Director, Best Buy Health
Dr. Frank Knoeffel, Physician at the Bruyère Memory Program in Ottawa and Senior Investigator at the Bruyère Research Institute
Elizabeth Audette-Bourdeau, CEO & Co-Founder, Welbi @welbi_co
It’s on Thursday 12 November, 4pm. Register here
ALAN Seminar: Motion Capture and Mobile Sensing – Wednesday 25th November 17.00
This Seminar is run by the Assisted Living Action Network (ALAN), West of England AHSN and Medilink South West:
17:05 Update on The Bristol Centre for Enablement
17:35 Using motion capture to support the rehabilitation of people with spinal cord injuries
18:05 DataGait: Using the sensors in a mobile phone to measure gait to monitor recovery from Covid-19
More details and to book are here.
Healthy Ageing Forum: UK-Austria – Thursday, 26 November 2020, 10:30 CET/ 09.30 GMT
“The focus of this event will be on opportunities and challenges posed by an increasingly ageing society. We will bring together businesses, policymakers and researchers from the UK and Austria to discuss the impacts of an aging population and to promote the exchange of best practice in public healthcare, policy decision making and commercial innovations in both countries, which enjoy a long-standing bilateral relationship.” Prof Tony Young, Liz Ashall-Payne and Eric Kihlstrom are among a great bunch of speakers.
More details and booking information are here.
Many thanks to Prof Mike Short, Nigel Harris and Graham Worsley for drawing my attention to these items.