If you’re passionate about sustainability and innovation in healthcare join our Bridging the Gap NHS Net Zero event on Tuesday 28 November at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge.

Join us for a unique opportunity to engage with NHS stakeholders in the field of net zero initiatives. This event offers you a platform to gain invaluable insights into both current and future policies related to net zero. You’ll hear from experts who are driving ambitious net zero goals, providing you with a deeper understanding of this critical topic.

Showcase your net zero innovations to key stakeholders during the networking and collaboration sessions. You’ll have the opportunity to build connections with leaders in the healthcare industry, learning from their experiences and innovation journeys.

This event is your gateway to being part of the conversation, learning from the best, and making a meaningful impact in the realm of net zero. Join us for an enriching experience that combines knowledge sharing, innovation, and collaboration.

Local health innovation networks taking part include, Health Innovation East, Health Innovation Oxford & Thames Valley, Health Innovation Kent Surrey Sussex, Health Innovation North East and North Cumbria, Health Innovation Yorkshire & Humber and UCLP.

Register now: Bridging the Gap: Net Zero event.

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