King's Health Partners Annual Conference 2019

The King’s Health Partners Annual Conference will take place on Thursday 16 May 2019 at Prospero House in Borough, close to London Bridge.

To mark our 10th anniversary year - this one-day event will focus on the impact of our partnership.

The day will bring together colleagues from across the partnership and beyond to hear about our progress so far, and to discuss priorities and opportunities for the future.

We will also be hosting a series of workshops on some of our key priority programmes including Mind & Body, value based healthcare and informatics.

The conference is open to colleagues from across our Academic Health Sciences Centre and stakeholder partners who work with us to help improve the health and wellbeing of our local population.

We are keen to get a good representation from a wide range of staff from across our four partner organisations and from all of our 22 Clinical Academic Groups. This includes clinical, academic, managerial, nursing and Allied Health Professional colleagues.

Provisional event agenda:

8:15 Breakfast and stalls

9:00 Opening address: Impact - King’s Health Partners at 10 - Prof Sir Robert Lechler, Executive Director, King's Health Partners

9:20 Impact 5 x 7's: Five examples, each in seven minutes, of where translational research has impacted on patient care 

10:05 Keynote: The impact and contribution of AHSCs, life sciences and the long-term sustainability of healthcare - The Rt Hon Prof Lord Kakkar, UK Parliament Committee’s - Science and Technology Committee and Long-Term Sustainability of the NHS Committee

10:35 CAR-T cell therapy, a new era in haematological disorder treatment - Prof Ghulam Mufti, King's Health Partners Haematology

10:55 Mind & Body – how the nervous and immune systems interact and influence inflammatory and psychiatric disease - Dr Valeria Mondelli, Senior Clinical Lecturer and Liaison Consultant Psychiatrist & Prof Leonie Taams, Professor of Immune Regulation & Inflammation

11:15 Coffee break

11:30 Keynote: Prevention, AHSCs and the NHS Long Term Plan - Prof Yvonne Doyle CB, Regional Director, London, Public Health England

12:00 Urban population health, our future - Prof Kenji Shibuya, Chair of Urban Population Health, King's College London

12:25 Women and Children’s Health: better beginnings, healthy lives - King's Health Partners Women and Children's Health

12:45 The Vital 5 - Prof John Moxham, Director of Value Based Healthcare, King’s Health Partners

13:00 Q&A with panel (CEOs, Chairs and King’ Health Partners Executive)

13:15 Lunch

14:00 Workshops [14:00-14:45]

Implementing the Vital 5 in primary care: Clinical Effectiveness Southwark approach - registration and more details coming soon

King's Health Partners five-year strategy - registration and more details coming soon

Mind & Body - introduction to integrating mental and physical healthcare - register and more info here

Health Innovation Network - registration and more details coming soon

15:00 Workshops [15:00-15:45]

Outcomes across pathways of care: Measuring what matters - register and more info here

Co-designing Vital 5 interventions: working across boundaries - registration and more details coming soon

Mind & Body - Reflecting on our first year of Mind & Body Champions - register and more info here

Health Innovation Network - registration and more details coming soon

15:45 Close

Start date
16 May 2019
End Date
16 May 2019
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etc. House Prospero House
241 Borough High Street