The make-up of the day is designed to help you get as much value as possible, both on site and on the return to your organisation. There is a focus on:
- Quickly setting the scene and context for the day's discussion. Time is short. This meeting will cut to the chase.
- Maximising networking opportunities to help you grow your peer network.
- Themed, peer-level and solution-focused discussions, with a focus on you being able to bring your priorities into the discussion.
- Collecting actionable output from each table discussion that can be shared with your colleagues and teams for maximum value.
- Post meeting sharing of captured intelligence beyond those attending the meeting, to take the headline progress and lessons shared to the wider market.
Wednesday September 12th, 2018
8.00am Registration and coffee
8.50am Introduction by the chair: Setting the scene
9.00am Keynote Address 1: Macro case-study from within data/precision medicine
Delivered by an innovative thinker/respected pioneer from inside the field.
9.30am Keynote Address 2: Actionable intelligence and lessons from a related industry
Delivered by someone outside of/in an associated field.
10.00am Speed Networking
Brief introductions other meeting participants in a snappy, friendly format.
10.40am Break and refreshments
11.00am Core Session 1: Round table discussions each with a specific focus and output
Participants are divided into three streams - Data/IT, Research & Development, Clinical. Each stream has 4 different table discussions. Participants rotate around tables during both this session and the corresponding afternoon session (Core Session 2).
12.30pm Lunch and Networking
1.00pm Guided Tour: Exploration of the most exciting and innovative relevant technologies.
Attendees will tour hand-picked technologies, to discuss needs, share experiences and get demonstrations of solutions and technologies in action.
2.00pm Core Session 2: Round table discussions each with a specific focus and output
Participants return to their streams, and rotate around other tables.
3.30pm Feedback Loop: Facilitators from each round table report back a summary of discussions/progress to all attendees
All participants congregate back in the main conference room. Facilitators of each group feed back in a panel style format, with further time for questions and discussion. Written output from all and groups round tables is shared with all participants after the meeting.
4.00pm Break and refreshments
4.30pm Summary Panel: Identification of priorities and major take-home lessons.
Facilitators and additional panellists take the stage to discuss and answer questions on the main meeting takeaways.
5.15pm Post-meeting drinks and networking
Bringing all attendees together to meet, mingle and share their experiences of the day in a relaxed and informal environment.
7.00pm Dinner (for those who have signed up)
A final opportunity to network with other attendees in an informal setting.
Detailed Post Meeting Report
A detailed, structured report of the discussion, priorities, solutions, takeaways and action points will be written up after the meeting and distributed with all meeting attendees. Chatham House rules will be strictly applied to this report, protecting anonymity of all meeting participants. You are encouraged to share this report with colleagues and team members, to derive maximum benefit for their organisations.