Watch the King’s Health Partners Annual Conference 2020 on demand
Listen, read and watch sessions from our first virtual annual conference online, whenever suits you.
The King’s Health Partners annual conference took place on the 13 and 14 October. This landmark conference saw the launch of our new five-year plan – ‘Delivering better health for all through high impact innovation’.
Through presentations from our diverse range of speakers working in academia, healthcare, community groups, and the wider public sector, as well as thoughtful questions from the audience, our plans to drive real benefit to our patients and communities were demonstrated throughout the conference. Thank you to all our attendees, panellists and speakers for driving such valuable discussions based on our five-year plan.
This was our first annual conference to take place virtually, and as you know there were some technical issues. However, all the sessions have been recorded as they were intended to be aired and without any disruption, so you can view the complete and accurate recordings.
You can view the full agenda for our two-day event online. If you were unable to attend or want to catch up on any sessions that you missed, you can watch them all in your own time, on demand.
The on-demand link allows you to skip ahead or rewind back presentations from the day as you choose. All you need to do is click on the title of the presentation you would like to watch under ‘chapters’ listed on the link. The titles and presenters for each are as follows:
- Welcome – Prof Sir Ed Byrne, President and Principal of King’s College London
- King's Health Partners Journey 2009-2020 – Prof Sir Robert Lechler, former Executive Director of King’s Health Partners, and Prof Richard Trembath, new Executive Director of King’s Health Partners
- King's Health Partners five-year plan 2020-2025 - Prof Richard Trembath
- King's Health Partners response to COVID-19 – Jill Lockett, Managing Director of King’s Health Partners, Prof Tim Spector, Professor of Genetic Epidemiology, King’s College London and Prof Sir Simon Wessely, Regius Professor of Psychiatry, King’s College London
- The four themes in our five-year plan - Prof Richard Trembath
- Theme one - Novel technologies, therapeutics and diagnostics – Prof Robin Ali, Professor of Human Molecular Genetics, King’s College London
- Theme two - Transforming system-wide quality improvement and outcomes – Dr Ingrid Wolfe, Director of King’s Health Partners Women and Children’s Health
- Theme two - Transforming system-wide quality improvement and outcomes – our Institutes explain their impact
- Theme three - Leading urban population health – Ruth Hutt, Director of Public Health, Lambeth and Celestin Okoroji, Programme and Partnership Manager (Employment), Black Thrive
- Theme four - Workforce innovation and sustainability – Prof Rick Iedema, Director, Centre for Team-Based Practice & Learning in Health Care, King’s College London
- Q&A session on themes – Chaired by Prof Richard Trembath
- Improving respiratory population health – Prof Andrew Menzies-Gow, NHS England's national Clinical Director for respiratory, Director of Lung Division, Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust and Dr Irem Patel, Joint Director of Clinical Strategy, King’s Health Partners
- Launching a life sciences cluster - our Boston experience – Dr Fiona Murray, Associate Dean for Innovation at the MIT Sloan School of Management, and member of the UK Council for Science and Technology
- Q&A with Dr Fiona Murray - chaired by Prof Richard Trembath
The second day of the conference built on what was covered in day one, holding focused workshops on each of the four themes of our five-year plan. View the sessions at the links below:
- Theme one – novel technologies, therapeutics and diagnostics - the COVID-19 childhood immune response.
- Theme two – transforming system-wide quality improvement and outcomes - system-wide working in diabetes and obesity.
- Theme three – leading urban population health - learning lessons from COVID-19 to address population inequalities.
- Theme four – workforce innovation and sustainability - learning from the experiences of our workforce: a panel discussion.
- Theme one - novel technologies, therapeutics and diagnostics - Mind & Body Expanding of the Integrating Mental and Physical Healthcare: Research, Training and Services (IMPARTS) programme and joint working across our system.
- Theme two – transforming system-wide quality improvement and outcomes - data informatics – can King’s Health Partners transform care through joined up data strategies?
- Theme three – leading urban population health - population health: addressing inequalities and offering Value Based Healthcare across the system.
- Theme four – workforce innovation and sustainability - Mind & Body: Supporting staff health and wellbeing through COVID-19.
We hope you find the event as thought-provoking and insightful as we did!
Want to find out more about our work with novel technologies, diagnostics and therapeutics?? Join us for the King's Health Partners Clinical Academic Innovation Workshop Series on 11 November.