Tuesday 7 March 2017
- How will Health and Social Care look different in 20 years’ time?
- How will doctors, researchers and managers practise in 20 years’ time?
- What will their career paths look like?
Time: Thursday 6 April, 2 – 5pm
Venue: The Worshipful Company of Information Technologists, 39a Bartholomew Close, London EC1A 7JN
What we know
Health and Social Care are changing fast. New technology is changing the balance between prevention and treatment, and inventing radical new treatments. New technology is changing public attitudes to health. The demographics of the clinical workforce are changing – with more women, more professionals who were trained overseas, and the changing career and life expectations of Generation Y.
What we don’t know
What skills will clinicians need in the future? What will Brexit mean for the supply of suitably-trained clinicians from abroad? How will the boundaries between professions shift? What are the career and life aspirations of the next generation of senior clinicians and clinical researchers? How will integration with social care work? Can the NHS keep up with the pace of change in technology?
About the event
An informal facilitated discussion – held under the Chatham House Rule – to try to understand how tomorrow’s world might look. Participants will include doctors and researchers including senior professionals and juniors who will be the leaders in this future world, other health and social care professionals, health managers, risk managers, management students, policy makers, and regulators.
Attendance is free of charge.
For more information, contact David Lye, email@example.com