Future visions of healthcare: Action Stations


Healthcare is an ever-present issue in today’s society, and we discover new solutions, and new problems, every day. Join us to take part in a series of interactive activities with our expert researchers, exploring the cutting edge of healthcare development. From 3D Bio-printing to the impact of the arts on health, from stem cell technology to the everyday decisions of the NHS – this is your chance to find out how healthcare research really happens.

Featuring:

Professor Mary Dixon-Woods, THIS Institute: A dramatic realisation of our healthcare system – where you make the decisions.

Dr David Kent, Cambridge Stem Cell Institute: Stem Cell Robots – get stem cell robots to make different cells.

Dr Shery Huang, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge: 3D Bioprinting – how can engineering technology and equipment be applied to healthcare?

Professor Pam Burnard and Dr Ros McLellan, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge: Arts and Well-being Play Station – experience how creative activities are key to personal well-being

Future visions of healthcare: Action Stations
Date and Time
Location

Homerton Conference Centre
Hills Rd
Cambridge
CB2 8PH

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