Birmingham City University is proud to present
STEM to STEAM 2023 Healthcare Conference
Enhancing Mental Health and Workplace Culture
Wednesday 7 June 2023
1pm – 6pm
Professor of Neonatal Medicine at Imperial College London, a fellow and member of council of the UK Academy of Medical Sciences, and president-elect of the European Association of Perinatal Medicine. Immediate past-president of the British Medical Association and UK Medical Women’s Federation, and past-president of the UK Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.
Professor Louise Toner, Professional Advisor to the Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences at Birmingham City University
2023 Panel Groups
In their 2022 report Sir General Gordon Messenger and Dame Linda Pollard stated that “institutional inadequacy” has developed over time. However, this comment should not be a surprise to either the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care or anyone senior in the NHS.
Prior to the 2022 report there have been a series of reports since Dame Carol Black published her seminal Working for a healthier tomorrow in 2008.
The panellists in this conference will debate the hard issues facing front line NHS employees. From bullying behaviours to the challenges faced by many dealing with inequality and how this negatively impacts the patient, NHS employees and the UK taxpayer. The purpose of the debate is to find sustainable solutions that benefits all NHS stakeholders.