Leading global public health and safety organisation, NSF International, will be hosting its inaugural Health Sciences Symposium on 16 March 2022. The event will be a free-to-attend half-day virtual conference assessing the shifts impacting the pharmaceutical, dietary supplement, medical device, and IVD sectors.
The symposium will be hosted by Clare Forrester, who is an experienced compere and was a BBC journalist for over 20 years. The event will be split into two tracks, with panels hosted by leading industry experts discussing key topics facing the health science and pharmaceutical sectors. The first half will focus on Medical Devices and IVDs, with the second half centring on Pharma and Dietary Supplements.
Session topics include:
The event will also feature a keynote session from Heather Howell, Acting Vice President of Health Sciences, at NSF International. Heather will discuss the global health care environment in a post-pandemic world. We have witnessed a seismic shift in health care in the last two years. What does this mean as we look to the next iteration of the health care industry and the role of big-tech and digitisation in the future of health?
“Our first-ever symposium is an exciting opportunity to bring together some of the world’s most innovative thinkers in the health science industry,” said Heather Howell, Acting Vice President of Health Sciences, at NSF International. “Our speakers will have an opportunity to tackle the most challenging and pertinent topics in the post-COVID world – it’s set to be an insightful event!”
The virtual event will take place between 1pm – 5pm GMT on Wednesday 16 March. It will be accessible live online, and you can book a place for free here: https://bit.ly/34YGOOt