The Future of Health and Care: Demographic Challenges and Opportunities

Date: 
9 December 2016
Time: 
09:15 for 10:00 - 14:00
Venue: 
The John Bull Building Plymouth Science Park, Research Way, Plymouth, PL6 8BU
Details: 

Tea and Coffee will be available from 09.15 and a buffet lunch will be available from 12.30

Agenda:

10.00
Chief Executive’s Introduction – Ben Rhodes, Chief Executive, DCBC


10.15
Anna Mankee-Williams, Strategic Partnership Lead for Innovation and Technology in Care, Falmouth University - “There’s a tsunami coming……!


10.40
Mike Pearce, Head of Procurement at South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust - “South Western Ambulance Service & National Challenges affecting the Sector


11.10
Daniel O’Toole, Director of Finance / Deputy Chief Executive at Livewell Southwest - “Future of Health and Care – Demographic Challenges and Opportunities


11.30
David Bristow, Head of Peninsula School of Medicine - “The medical curriculum and how it is leading the way nationally, impact on city and regionally through community engagement”

Professor Oliver Hanemann, Associate Dean for Research and Brain Tumour Research lead - Presentation.

Video from Professor Robert Sneyd, Dean of the Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry.


12.00
Panel discussion:
Anna Mankee-Williams, Strategic Partnership Lead for Innovation and Technology in Care, Falmouth University; Mike Pearce, Head of Procurement at South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust; Daniel O’Toole, Director of Finance / Deputy Chief Executive at Livewell Southwest; Professor Elizabeth Kay Assoc Dean for Equality and Inclusion / Foundation Dean Peninsula Dental School Peninsula Dental School

12.30

Networking & Buffet Lunch

12.45

Peninsula School of Medicine lab tour (Optional)

 


Getting to the Event

For the event, there will be 20 spaces available at the John Bull Building, and 20 spaces in Plymouth Science Park Over Flow Carpark - See below for directions.

*PLEASE NOTE - PARKING IS LIMITED AND STRICTLY AVAILABLE ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS - It is important to park in the designated spaces, failure to do so may result in a Civil Penalty Notice and fine of up to £100.

DCBC therefore, strongly advise and encourage conference delegates to use alternative methods of travel to the Park for our event, including car sharing with other delegates, parking in an alternative car park, listed below, or arriving by public transport, again options listed below.
Other car parking options are as follows:

There is a pay and display car park at Derriford Hospital, which links through to the John Bull Building via a walkway. This will be available as an alternative method of parking.
The John Bull Building is also ideally located, just 10 minutes away from The George Park and Ride, with regular buses serving the adjacent Derriford Hospital a short 2 minute walk away. At peak times buses serve the hospital every 3 minutes which makes public transport a good alternative.

Please see the following websites to plan your journey via Public Transport:
http://www.travelinesw.com/swe/XSLT_TRIP_REQUEST2
http://www.plymouth.gov.uk/sites/default/files/PublicTransportNetworkMap.pdf
http://www.plymouth.gov.uk/parkingandtravel/publictransport/parkandride

Directions:

From Bodmin:
Follow the A38 towards Plymouth.
Exit the A38 (Plymouth Bypass) at the junction with the A386, and join the A386 (Tavistock Road) towards Tavistock. Turn right at the next roundabout into Derriford Road. Pass hospital and turn right at lights onto Research Way. Three quarters of the way down the research way hill make a right turn for entrance to the John Bull Building. (NB: 20 Spaces are available here on a first come first serve basis, the 2nd carpark is located at the bottom of the hill past the Dentistry School (See images below).

From the M5: At the end of the M5, join the A38 (signed Plymouth & Torquay). Exit the A38 (Plymouth Bypass) at the junction with the A386, and join the A386 (Tavistock Road) towards Tavistock. Turn right at the next roundabout into Derriford Road. Pass hospital and turn right at lights onto Research Way. Three quarters of the way down the research way hill make a right turn for entrance to the John Bull Building. (NB: 20 Spaces are available here on a first come first serve basis, the 2nd carpark is located at the bottom of the hill past the Dentistry School

Follow ups:

Following on from our December Conference on "The Future of Health and Care: Demographic Challenges and Opportunities" we have asked our speakers from the event to provide you with a short summary on how businesses can get involved and help them with the work they are trying to achieve.

Anna Mankee-Williams, Strategic Partnership Lead for Innovation and Technology in Care at Falmouth University

Mike Pearce, Head of Procurement at South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust

  • Procurement - Encouraging businesses (including SME's) to register for the Trusts new Delta Select Service, which allows businesses to take advantage of future opportunies that arise, promoting opportunity, fairness, and transparency whilst reducing paperwork and the time and cost of the tender process. More information here.

  • Defibrillators - The Trust is able to supply training in Defibrillator use and commercial training (First-Aid). More information here.

Daniel O'Toole, Chief Executive, Livewell Southwest

Denis Wilkins, Chair, Peninsula Medical FoundationPlymouth University Peninsula School of Medicine and Dentistry

  • PUPSMD are looking for support through sponsorship, donations or opening up your networks. Read full article here.
Delivery Organisation: 
Devon and Cornwall Business Council
How to Register: 

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