Wednesday, 13 July, 2016
Liverpool
Day One starts at 10.30-11.00 and will run until 19.00. Day Two starts at 08:00 – 09:00 for registration & breakfast demos of innovations and runs until 15.45

THIS IS NOT A CHAMPS EVENT

Do you have a passion for making a difference to the care provided in schemes and care homes around the country? Do you like to problem solve and find innovative solutions to everyday issues in delivering healthcare to keep the more vulnerable members of our society safe, well and avoiding admissions into secondary care?

What are the timings for the Hackathon?

Day one will start with registration from 10.30-11.00 and will run until 19.00.
Day two begins at 08:00 – 09:00 for registration & breakfast demos of innovations and runs until 15.45.

We want to bring a diverse mix of people together:

Health and care:

Healthcare scientists, clinicians, care professionals, commissioners, GPs, community care professionals, citizen representatives, elderly care physicians, public health and mental health professionals.

Academia:

Information management, engineering, computer science, bio-medical sciences and design.

Business:

SMEs, technology companies, pharma and medical devices.

For further information and to book please go the event link here

 

 

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