08:30 - 13:00
Health2B, Oslo Science Park
Norway Health Tech is happy to welcome a delegation from the Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust. We are opening the doors of Health2B for networking and experience exchange between Oslo and Cornwall.
A new Women and Children’s Hospital is to be built at the heart of the Royal Cornwall Hospital site. They are looking for solutions that can match their need for new ways of working for hospital staff; and improved ways of caring for babies, parents, and the young people of Cornwall. Another need is digital innovations and enhancements to enable the use of sensory areas; interactive care pathways; and the ability to connect families and carers remotely in the delivery of care and the support of the patient.
Read more about the new Women and Children’s Hospital here:
As a member of Norway Health Tech, you will have the opportunity for a matchmaking session with our guests.
08:30 – 9:00: Coffee and networking
09:00: Welcome to Norway Health Tech and Health2B
Introduction to NHT and H2B (Trine Radmann)
9:30: OUS – Building of new hospitals and use of innovation in practice (Christian Skattum)
10.00: Building future hospitals in Oslo: two new Birth and neonatal intensive care units (Trine Ertzeid & Trine Braaten)
The future of prenatal care: Home monitoring of high-risk pregnancies (The HOME Study) (Annetine Staff and Anne Elisabeth Bjerkreim)
10:30 Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust: Digital aspirations for our new Women and Children’s Hospital (Roberta Fuller)
11:00 Plymouth University – Advancing knowledge and transforming lives: overcoming health and wellbeing challenges. (Samantha Prime)
11:30 – 12:00: Lunch and Networking
12:00 – 13:00: Matchmaking
The Market Entry Program UK and connected events are funded by Stiftelsen Teknologiformidling.