A 360 degree view of healthcare innovation

Medical Innovation 2010 - a leading healthcare innovation conference - will bring together over 300 healthcare professionals, managers, policy makers and researchers for a two-day conference at the Said Business School in Oxford on 17-18 March 2010.

Hosted by the Oxford Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, The George Institute, and supported by the Oxford Biomedical Research Centre, Medical Innovation 2010 includes a dynamic program of keynote speeches, parallel sessions, entrepreneurship workshops and networking opportunities. The conference aims to provide an exclusive insight into the global challenge of healthcare innovation.

Delegates will not only have an exciting opportunity to engage with a broad spectrum of international healthcare professionals, but will obtain a 360 degree view of healthcare innovation, culminating in a high level policy debate held on the final day and an introduction to The George Centre for Healthcare Innovation.

The George Centre for Healthcare Innovation is a joint partnership between The George Institute and the University of Oxford. Establishing this year, the Centre will facilitate vital health strategies and technologies that can be deployed widely, rapidly and cost effectively. Projects and programs will address conditions causing the greatest disease burden and health inequality, including chronic or complex conditions such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer and trauma.