GM CHC excited to announce partnership with European Neuro Convention

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Posted on the 17th January 2019

The Greater Manchester Connected Health City (GM CHC) is pleased to confirm its partnership with the European Neuro Convention. In March 2019, GM CHC will be exhibiting at the European Neuro Convention, where the team will lead a seminar on the GM CHC Stroke project and its role within the development of a learning health system for stroke in Greater Manchester.

Delegates at the European Neuro Convention will have the opportunity to hear from Dr Adrian Parry-Jones, Dr Camilla Sammut-Powell and Emily Birleson, who will be discussing how GM CHC uses health data research to understand prehospital stroke diagnosis, improve management of haemorrhagic stroke, and prevent recurrent strokes. As part of this work, clinician facing apps have been developed for paramedics and stroke clinicians.

Register for your free conference tickets here.

The European Neuro Convention is the only event for spine and brain experts in Europe, and takes place on the 26th and 27th March at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham. With focuses on rehabilitation, diagnostics & monitoring, brain stimulation and mental health, the event will be directly relevant to a broad range of professionals working within the healthcare industry. Delegates will have the opportunity to engage with healthcare experts and leading researchers, whilst making the most of dedicated seminars offering free CPD and networking opportunities.

Free tickets for the event are available from the European Neuro Convention website. 

 

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