Navigating your Health Tech Career (Bristol)
Do you need some impartial support in your health tech career, or maybe just a small boost? Well we at One HealthTech Bristol are all about supporting women and people from diverse backgrounds in their health tech careers, so we’d love you to join us for our event: Navigating your Health Tech Career
Do you need some impartial support in your health tech career, or maybe just a small boost? Well we at One HealthTech Bristol are all about supporting women and people from diverse backgrounds in their health tech careers, so we’d love you to join us for our event: Navigating your Health Tech Career, timed to celebrate International Women’s Day.
This event is for anyone looking to make a shift within their career; be it from a clinical to non-clinical role, from outside of health tech into health tech, or from a more junior to more senior post and everything in-between.
We’ll be offering practical guidance on how to navigate these changes. Firstly by hearing the experiences and tips which have helped facilitate career shifts within health tech, then through a hands-on workshop, which will hone in on how you can steer your career by understanding yourself and others using c-me colour profiling.
Join us for engaging talks, chats and food, and be ready to get the information and umph you need to take the next step.
Already have questions? Please post them on our Sli.do ready for an engaging Q&A on the day.
6:00pm - Arrival and registration
6.20pm - Welcome from One HealthTech
Personal perspectives on careers within healthtech
- Raf Sorribas - Chief Information Officer at Devon Partnership NHS Trust
- Wendy Dearing - Head of Workforce and Organisational Development at NHS Wales Informatics Service
Community shout-out and Introduction to Pre-workshop Activity
Food and networking
Workshop: Understanding yourself and others using CMe behavioural profiling - Sarah Williams, CEO at TEAMango
8:45pm - Event close
Thank you to our wonderful sponsor Modular, a Bristol-based UX design and build agency, for providing a great space for us to meet and Friska goodies to keep our energy up during the talks and behavioural profiling workshop.
Chief Information Officer at Devon Partnership NHS Trust
Raf is a Bristol based Health Informatics professional currently working as the Chief Information Officer at Devon Partnership NHS Trust, where increasing digital maturity and introducing digital therapeutic approaches are a vital element in the Trust’s future plans. With a diverse career beginning in the Armed Forces, through Mental Health Nurse practice, into clinical informatics, and leadership roles across local and national NHS organisations, he shares a unique set of insights of working and thriving in the NHS, and how this helps working in one of the most challenged ‘systems’ in the NHS today.
Head of Workforce and Organisational Development at NHS Wales Informatics Service
With a nursing background, Wendy holds an MSc in Change & Innovation and was been awarded an Honorary Professorship from the University of Wales Trinity St David. Her role within NWIS includes workforce strategy; workforce planning; recruitment and retention; professional recognition and registration; education and training; career pathways & CPD. As Co-Lead for WIDI she has created and implemented Health informatics Apprenticeships qualifications that include level 3 & 4 and ICT degree apprenticeships as well as creating opportunities for NWIS staff to undertake CPD via the UWTSD linking industry and academia. She is Chair of BCS Wales Health and Vice Chair for Professionalism and has a passion for developing “the next generation” as well developing professionalism across H.I.
CEO at TEAMango
Sarah Williams is the CEO of TEAMango who support scaling tech firms looking for help with and direction on their complete people agenda. Sarah founded TEAMango back in 2015 with a passion to work with companies that truly put their people first
Tickets are FREE, however as One HealthTech is a volunteer-led community we rely on our amazing sponsors and donations from attendees to help us host our well-regarded events. Please consider choosing a donation ticket, especially if you're attending on behalf of your company and can expense it.
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