West Midlands Health and Wellbeing Innovation Network Discovery Session

15 September 2021


Discover some of the biggest challenges that are facing the NHS today and how innovation and your business could help to solve them.

About this event

What’s the WMHWIN network?

The West Midlands Health and Wellbeing Innovation Network is a partnership between the University of Warwick, University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire (UHCW) NHS Trust and Bruntwood SciTech and funded by the West Midlands Combined Authority.

The Network aims to solve real world healthcare challenges by engaging with innovators and providing the resources to help them to implement their solutions at the right time, in the right place and in the right way.

What’s the webinar about?

During this webinar you’ll get the chance to hear first hand the detail about each of the four challenge areas that we are looking to solve as part of this programme directly from stakeholders in the NHS. You’ll also hear about the structure of the programme and how the University of Warwick and Bruntwood Sci Tech will support you adapt, design or implement your solution and prepare a business strategy to support this.

Who is speaking?

Katharine Fuller – Head of Innovation at Bruntwood Sci Tech

Lucy Gilbert – Innovation Manager at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire

Josh Dale – WMHWIN Innovation Manager

Sam Alsopp-Hall – Entrepreneur in Residence WMHWIN

Who should attend?

– Anyone who is interested in being part of the wider network in support capacities such as mentors and advisors

– Businesses that are interested in applying for the programme

– People who are generally interested in health tech and creating an innovative healthcare system

More information about the programme can be found here

Applications can be submitted here