On March 5th, I’m delighted to be taking part in the Chief Scientific Officer’s annual conference at the Royal Society in London. The panel is titled Why Data Matters, and will be focusing on the value and benefits of cohort and population based studies.
The whole event spans 5-6 March and is described as ‘the flagship event for healthcare scientists and those working in science in health’. I’m really happy to take part in this conference, which is aimed at inspiring scientists in the NHS and will be exploring why science and data matter and are integral to the future of the NHS.
I’m giving a keynote lecture at the annual meeting of The Neonatal Society on Thursday 22 March at the Royal Society of Medicine in London. The Neonatal Society is one of the most longstanding paediatric research societies worldwide, founded in 1959. The talk will be: The Life Project: How 70 years of data from the British Birth Cohorts changed health and social policy”.