'The ageing population: can engineering support healthcare in later life?'

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On the 15th November The Royal Academy of Engineering will host a one-day conference that will address the key challenges and solutions on introducing new technologies to the NHS. Chaired by Professor SIr John Bell FRS HonFREng PMedSci, President of the Academy of Medical Sciences, the conference will address the topic of innovation from the perspective of the clinician, manager, supplier, researcher and regulator.

Professor Roger Orpwood of the Centre for Pain is speaking on the topic: 'The againg population: can engineering support healthcare in later life?'

Modern medicine and healthcare rely heavily on engineering to deliver improved prevention, diagnosis and treatment of illness. Engineering innovation is vital to the delivery of effective and efficient health services to patients.


If you wish to attend, please reply to Executive Services giving your name, job title, organisation and contact details along with any dietary requirements.

Please note:
Attendance is by invitation only. The conference and lunch are free of charge but pre-registration is essential. To download an invitation please see: http://www.raeng.org.uk/events/default.htm

9.30 - 4.30 pm at the Academy of Medical Sciences, 41 Portland Place, London, W1B 1QH

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