The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a focus on how we used to do things and how we can do things better. To address the challenges the pandemic posed to healthcare, 5 years worth of innovation has happened in just 3 months. Many of the perceived barriers to innovation vanished overnight. To reflect this, we are proud to bring you an international virtual summit to discover how innovation will shape our new future, for surgical trainees and our patients. An unmissable opportunity to be inspired by innovators, exploring technology that will shape your training and practice.
OUGSG 2020 Conference: Surgical Priorities in a Global Pandemic
This year, the annual OUGSG Conference will be a free, half-day conference in conversation with Oxford University Global Surgery Faculty and guest speakers. This event will be livestreamed and more details on how to view the conference will be sent to all registered attendees during the week of the conference.
What do people, NICE and industry want from medical devices?
Innovative medical devices offer the prospect of revolutionary healthcare. This meeting will explore the complementary perspectives of people, NICE and industry in the development, appraisal and use of these innovations.
There will be ample opportunities for audience and panel discussion, as we consider perspectives from the public, healthcare professionals, industry and NICE.
Incision presents their first virtual Internation Global Surgical Symposium focussed on COVID and Surgical Practice. It brings together all aspects of one of the largest student surgical societies in the world!
Taking place on the 1st - 2nd and 5th - 6th October 2020, 9am - 1.30pm BST
THET hosts its first virtual conference which takes place after the 75th UN General. It is focussed on Quality and Inclusion and includes stakeholders from around the world focussed on developing key health partnerships.
GLOW: "Implementing Respectful Care: the Science and the Practice"
The Global Women’s Health Research Society (GLOW) facilitates education and networking for those in the UK conducting research on reproductive, maternal and newborn health and stillbirth in low-resource settings.
Novel developments in the diagnosis and treatment of endometriosis
Join us for an interactive meeting where we provide a comprehensive update on the recent developments in the understanding of pathophysiology of endometriosis. Experts will cover everything from the malignant potential of endometriosis to its effects on women's fertility.