WEBINAR: Persevering, adapting and innovating during COVID-19: physiological measurement in the pandemic

26 April 2021


This webinar starts at 5pm
Over the last year the pandemic has had an unprecedented effect on all of our lives and changed the way in which we work.

Those working in clinical physiological measurement services have experienced issues seen in all areas of the health service, such as: redeployment, variation in delivery across the country, mounting patient backlog and high levels of patient anxiety. Dealing with these challenges can prove especially difficult for the small, and sometimes isolated, teams of scientists and technologists working across our varied specialism.

At the same time, we have heard good news stories of innovative adaptation and the expedited adoption of technology in order to transform service delivery. For those in research and industry the landscape has also altered immeasurably, offering new opportunities and challenges.

We invite you to join us for a one-hour free webinar to hear from our invited speakers on their experience of how COVID-19 has impacted physiological measurement services across the country. Through interesting discussion and helpful idea sharing we’ll reflect on what has been learned, the issues we continue to face and thoughts about the future.

Dr Kevin Howell - Reflections on the impact of COVID-19 on Physiological Measurement in the UK
Clinical Scientist in Microvascular Diagnostics at the Institute of Immunity and Transplantation, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust 
President of the European Association of Thermology

Prof. Brendan Cooper - COVID-19 on the frontline and the role of Healthcare Science
Consultant Clinical Scientist, Professor of Respiratory & Sleep Physiology, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust 
President of the Academy for Healthcare Science (AHCS)

Joining Instructions
Instructions for joining the webinar via zoom will be emailed to all registered attendants before the events. 

If you have any queries, please email the IPEM conference team or tel: 01904 550598. 

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