Date: Thursday 8th November 2018
Location: Mary Ward House, LondonThe NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA) is set to host its annual celebratory Summit on the 8th November at Mary Ward House in Central London.

This invite-only event will share learning and insight on national uptake and spread of innovation from 2017 Fellows, in addition to launching the NIA’s Year 3 Research Report: How and why NHS organisations adopt innovation – recognising and celebrating early adopter sites across the country.

Keynote speakers will include Professor Stephen Powis, National Medical Director, NHS England, and Chair of the NIA; and Professor Trish Greenhalgh, Primary Care Health Sciences and Co-Director of the Interdisciplinary Research In Health Sciences Unit, Oxford University.

The Summit will be attended by a host of health sector leaders and decision makers, including representatives from NIA partners NHS England and the Academic Health Science Networks; supporters from the Health Foundation, NHS Digital, NHS Improvement; alongside NHS delegates, NIA Fellows and Mentors.[vc_accordion_tab title=”Agenda” title_color=”#ffffff” title_bg_color=”#006298″]Please note, agenda is subject to change.

1.30pm: Arrival and refreshments
2.00pm: Welcome
2.05pm: Address from Professor Stephen Powis
2.15pm: Keynote, Professor Trish Greenhalgh
2.30pm: Introduction and overview of the Year 3 Research Report, ‘How and why NHS organisations adopt innovation’
2.40pm: Live case study (1)
2.55pm: Live case study (2)
3.10pm: Panel discussion: How and why NHS organisations adopt innovation
3.35pm: BREAK
3.55pm: Keynote, Molly Watt
4.05pm: A celebration of the 2017 Fellow’s NIA journey
4.10pm: 2017 Fellows’ insights
5.15pm: Awards presentation
5.30pm: Close

[vc_accordion_tab title=”Speakers ” title_color=”#000000″ title_bg_color=”#c9f0ff”]Information and bios coming soon.[vc_accordion_tab title=”How to get there” title_color=”#ffffff” title_bg_color=”#3c889d”]Mary Ward House, 5-7 Tavistock Place, Kings Cross, London WC1H 9SN
Nearest tube: Euston, Euston Square, Russell Square