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23 March 2021 – Global Britain: The Implications for Health and Care

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23rd March 2021 – 4pm

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The UK Government has devoted considerable time and energy to securing roll-over or continuity trade deals over the past 12 months. It has also made plain its ambition to see the UK accede to the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) and, in striking the UK-Japan deal, agreed to what it described as an ambitious digital trade chapter. There is an expectation that further such ‘chapters’ will be agreed to over the months ahead – with significant implications for those areas of research and policy development activity for which Future Care Capital is well-known and, in particular, healthcare data, next generation medical devices, enterprise and innovation.

This event invites participants to hear from and engage with experts in digital trade, data protection, healthcare innovation and investment.

What will you discover at the webinar?

  • An overview of developments since Brexit (i.e. various roll-over or continuity trade deals and digital chapter in the Japan deal)
  • Confirmation of anticipated developments in digital trade
  • Pros/Cons of Government’s approach to digital trade for the future of health and care in the UK
  • The implications of new trade agreements for digital trade
  • The implications for exporting healthcare products/services from the UK
  • The implications for inward investment in health and care
  • The implications for data protection, public trust and collaborative research/innovation

Panelists

  • Dr Peter Bloomfield, Head of Policy & Research, Future Care Capital (Chair)
  • Lord Tim Clement-Jones CBE, Liberal Democrat Peer & Spokesperson for Digital / Co-Chair of APPG AI
  • Allison Roche, Policy Officer, UNISON
  • Sue Daley, Associate Director Technology & Innovation, Tech UK
  • Ruth Bergan, Senior Advisor, Trade Justice Movement

Join the webinar to hear from our expert panel and take part in the discussion through a live Q&A.

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