Industry Events

Digital Events:

Usually we share industry events that are going on throughout the year that you may be interested in attending, however due to COVID – 19 many events have been postponed or cancelled. So here are a few digital events that you may be interested in signing up to…

Event: Working From Home Show

Location: Online Webinar

Date: 30th – 31st July 2020

Description: “The world of working has just changed. And this temporary change will become part of our working culture permanently. Because remote working isn't just an option anymore - it’s a mission critical part of your business model thanks to the global world health crisis.

The Working From Home Show is a two-day virtual event for SMEs, corporate organisations, startups and individuals to discover the world of working from home. With insights from thought leaders, IT experts, HR professionals, and companies who’ve already rolled it out successfully, the event is the best way to ensure you create a successful working from home culture in your business - no matter how big or small.”



Event: Supporting mental health post COVID-19

Location: Online Webinar

Date: 14th September 2020 12:30 – 13:30

Description: “Join the NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA) for an update on the current state of mental health innovation in the NHS. Hilary Tovey, NHSE/I Deputy Head of Mental Health and Programme Lead, Digital Mental Health Programme, will provide an overview of national NHS priorities followed by NIA Fellows presenting their learnings on implementing mental health solutions during the COVID-19 pandemic and through NHS Reset.”



Event: West Midlands Pharmacy Care Home Network Meeting

Location: Online Webinar

Date: 16th September 2020 12:00 – 13:00

Description: “The network has been set up to aid communication and share best practice across the West Midlands Region for both Pharmacists and Technicians supporting medicines optimisation in Care Homes (Nursing and Residential). These meetings are being held in response to the NHS England and Improvement letter of 1st May requesting primary and community health support for care home residents. In the longer term, we hope for the network to continue whether that be online or face-to-face!”



Event: Covid-19 Patient Pathways Webinar

Location: Online Webinar

Date:  23rd September 2020 16:00 – 17:30 

Description: “This webinar brings you examples of innovative ways to assess and manage patients in the community with suspected Covid-19.”



Event: WMAHSN FREED Implementation Consultation Event

Location: Online Webinar

Date: 23rd September 2020 -11:30 – 13:00 

Description: “The West Midlands Academic Health Science Network would like to invite you to a virtual informal session to discuss the potential implementation of the FREED Model and what it would mean to your site.

Session Overview

The session will feature short presentations from the developers of FREED at SLaM and hear from the FREED team at Forward Thinking Birmingham of their experience of implementing FREED. Presentations will also include sharing insights from other services across the country in implementing FREED and the potential benefits of joining the FREED network. There will then be a question and answer session.”



Event: 4th WM Emergency Laparotomy Collaborative Event

Location: Webinar Event

Date: 6th October 2020

Description: “Join us for the fourth meeting of the West Midlands Emergency Laparotomy Collaborative. For more information and to reserve your place, please email



Event: Managing Deteriorating Conditions 2020 National Conference

Location: The National Motorcycle Museum

Date: 10 November 2020

Description: “After guidance from NHS England / Improvement, the Sepsis+ conference has evolved to encompass all deteriorating conditions. Join the conference speakers, take part in the workshops and stay ahead of industry hot topics. Learn how to detect and identify emerging issues before they become major problems.

There will be an excellent range of speakers including Matt Inada-Kim (the National Clinical Adviser on Sepsis and Deterioration), Kenny Ajayi (Programme Director for Patient Safety at Imperial College Health Partners), Tara Marshall (Clinical Lead for deterioration at Eastern Academic Health Science Network), Chris Carey (Clinical Lead Health Education England) and myself to name a few.”