University of Roehampton set to host launch of new Health Innovation Network
- Monday, September 5, 2022
The University of Roehampton is set to host the launch of the BIG South London Health Innovation Network.
The event, taking place on Wednesday, 28 September, is the beginning of a free network of experts, practitioners and researchers from across the health sector in South London with the aim of bringing the sector together to share common challenges, opportunities and best practices.
Those joining will gain access to a dedicated training programme, peer-to-per learning, mentoring with leading academics and cutting-edge insights on future developments within the industry.
The network has been set up by the University of Roehampton’s Dr Richard Mackenzie who said “This is a unique opportunity to unlock the innovation potential of your business by joining a trusted network for long-term collaboration and mutual support. And it’s completely free.”
The event coincides with the opening of the University’s new state-of-the-art Mary Seacole Health Innovation Centre which attendees are welcome to attend also.