We are delighted to be hosting our first ever K2 Summit in September this year. This thought-provoking & collaborative one day event will be an opportunity to discuss current and upcoming topics around “The use of digital technology to improve care in maternity”.
The venue for the Summit will be at the iconic Tate Modern in London on Friday 16th September 9.30am-3.15pm approximately. It is completely FREE to attend with lunch and refreshments included. Places are now fully booked, but to be added to the waiting list in the event of cancellations, please email us.
Agenda for the day:
9.30am – Arrivals
9.50am - Welcome and Introductions – Mark Hawtin, Managing Director of K2
10.15am – Session 1: ‘The challenges faced by maternity services and digital leadership’ – Jules Gudgeon, National Digital Midwife Lead for Maternity
10.45am – Session 2: ‘Using data to improve maternal and fetal outcomes: future research’‘ – Steve Thornton, Professor of Obstetrics, Queen Mary university
11.00am – Session 3: ‘The digital maternity landscape’ – Rob Whitney and Matt Serle, K2
12-1pm – Lunch, demonstrations and networking.
1pm – Session 4: ‘The power of data’ – Misbah Mahmood , Digital Midwife at Leeds Teaching Hospitals
1.30pm – Session 5: ‘The shift towards more remote/virtual care: Hampton’ – Asma Khalil, Professor of Obstetrics and Maternal-Fetal Medicine and Liam Minter, K2
2.00pm – Session 6: ‘Using the Perinatal Training Programme to help deliver positive outcomes’ – Rob Bawn, K2 PTP
2.15pm – Refreshment break
2.30pm – Session 7: Round table with all speakers and open discussion
3.15pm – Thank you and closing remarks
Please note: This agenda may be subject to some slight changes on the day.
You will hear from key industry experts as well as our own K2 maternity specialists, on current industry challenges and focuses for 2023 onwards.
Registration has now closed and the Summit is fully booked. If you would like to be added to the waiting list in the event of cancellations, please contact us.
We will also be hosting a roundtable discussion towards the end of the day to gather our findings from the day and open the floor to further questions, but we’re keen to hear from you any particular topics you’d like to discuss. Please click this link to complete a short 3 question survey and submit your suggestions for discussion points
We have limited availability for the event and so attendance will be on a first come first served basis but please contact us if you have any questions or special requirements. We look forward to seeing you in September.