Doctify and myGPevents are excited to be hosting an inspirational CPD event together in a great location. The Triangle Building in Camden is a beautiful co-working space and overlooks Camden Lock.
The future of medicine and futuristic treatments that are already being used in the NHS
6:30pm – 6:50pm: Mulled Wine on the terrace overlooking the “Camden Lock”
6:50pm – 7:00pm: Welcome | myGPevents and Doctify
7:00pm – 7:20pm: The GP of 2050 | Dr Keith Grimes, GP
7:25pm – 7:45pm: Hernia Repair – Laparoscopy is Not (Yet) the Future | Mr Dawas
7:50pm – 8:10pm: Biological Joint Replacement – The Future is Here | Mr Saksena
8:15pm – 9:00pm: Tapas & Networking
Dr Keith Grimes is a London based GP who is known for being a driver and passionate supporter of Digital Health, Innovation and Technology. Involved in a number of revolutionary projects such as the award-nominated “Roving GP” service in Brighton. He has also been a key speaker at many national health technology events.
Mr Khaled Dawas is a Consultant Upper GI surgeon at UCH. He is always at the forefront of developments in his field. As an experienced general surgeon he will be giving us his insights into the latest developments in Hernia removal surgery.
Mr Joyti Saksena is an Orthopaedic Consultant working at Barnet and Chase Farm Hospital. He is an advocate of modernising surgical training and is passionate about advances in Orthopaedics. He will be telling us everything about the newest joint replacement techniques.
Doctify is a London based company created by two Orthopaedic registrars in 2015. By using Doctify, patients can search, compare and book doctors online. The founders are driven by their vision of using the web to connect doctors and patients.
MyGPevents is a platform recently launched by Dr Upadhyay, a London based GP passionate about using technology to making professional development easy and accessible. With myGPevents you can browse and book CPD events.