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Watch the King’s Health Partners Annual Conference on demand

Listen, read and watch sessions from our Annual Conference online, whenever suits you.

The King’s Health Partners Annual Conference took place on 7th October where we celebrated the significant achievements, outstanding learning, innovative science and impactful care that staff and students across the partnership delivered throughout the pandemic.

Annual ConfAt last year’s conference, we launched our five-year plan 2020 – 2025 - 'Delivering better health for all through high impact innovation'. Our diverse range of speakers and informative stalls, across academia, healthcare, and the wider public sector, as well as thoughtful questions from the audience, demonstrated the significant progress that has been made across the key themes of our five-year plan. We look forward to continued progress in delivering real benefits and health improvements for our patients, staff, students and communities.

If you were unable to attend the event or want to watch any sessions that you missed, you can do so in your own time, on demand via our YouTube Channel. All you need to do is click on the video of the presentation you would like to watch. The titles and presenters for each are as follows:

  • Prof Shitij Kapur at the KHP Annual Conference

The professor talks about academic health sciences centres across three continents and 10,000 miles.

  • Baroness Sally Morgan at the KHP Annual Conference

Keynote address and Q&A, with reflections on building a KHP Cardiovascular Respiratory Partnership.

  • Prof Richard Trembath at the KHP Annual Conference

On how KHP is supporting innovation.

  • KHP Annual Conference – Seven X Seven Videos Part 1

Seven minute videos each showcasing some of our work driving innovation through novel technologies, therapeutics and diagnostics.

  • KHP Annual Conference – Seven X Seven Videos Part 2

Seven minute videos each showcasing some of our work driving innovation through novel technologies, therapeutics and diagnostics.

  • Prof Peter Goadsby at the KHP Annual Conference 2021

'Migraine - a global problem - translational research changing the paradigm and improving lives.'

  • Dr Nicola Byrne at the KHP Annual Conference 2021

'The importance of trust in data use: engaging patients, professionals, and the public.' 

  • Dr Rob Harland at the KHP Annual Conference 2021

‘Psychosis Population Health Management Platform.' 

  • Prof Nick Hart and Dr Tim Nicholson at the KHP Annual Conference 2021

'The KHP response to Long COVID: service development and research into neuropsychiatry and outcome measures.'

  • Prof Matt Brown at the KHP Annual Conference 2021

'Polygenic risk scores and the future of medicine.' 

  • Prof Craig Morgan at the KHP Annual Conference 2021

On the ESRC Centre for Society and Mental Health.

  • Prof Frans Berkhout at the KHP Annual Conference 2021

The net-zero climate transition and health: opportunities for research and health systems.

  • Dr Tom Coffey OBE at the KHP Annual Conference

Leading London to a healthier, fairer future: the approach of the Mayor of London and the GLA.

  • How can community organisations make a difference to population health?

Cathy Deplessis, Director at Southwark Pensioners Centre, talks about how community organisations can make a difference to population health.

  • How can large institutions take a population health approach?

Baroness Deborah Bull, Vice President & Vice-Principal (London) at King's College London (KCL), talks about anchor institutes and KCL's role as a civic university.

  • How can primary care take a population health approach?

Dr Vikesh Sharma, GP at The Grantham Practice in Stockwell, talks about an innovative approach to engage whole households to improve health in the local Portuguese-speaking community.

  • Avey Bhatia at the KHP Conference 2021

Leading and mobilising a workforce of the future during COVID-19.

  • Rt Hon Prof Lord Ajay Kakkar PC at the KHP Conference 2021

Closing remarks and views on the content at the Annual Conference.