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Child Health Technology Conference 2021

March 2021

Event date: 2nd March 2021

HGF is a silver sponsor at the Children Health Technology (CHT) Conference 2021.

CHT 2021 will bring together healthcare professionals, industry experts, engineers, designers, academics, and patient representatives around one of the most exciting and fast moving fields in healthcare today.

The conference will be broadcast online on 2-5 March 2021. The programme includes inspirational keynote talks, seminars, live Q&A sessions, cutting edge research updates, and technology demonstrations.

HGF Partner Vanessa Stainthorpe will be speaking on 4th March, where she will cover ‘Intellectual property for child health technology development’.

HGF Senior Patent Attorney Scott Fletcher, Solicitor Yael Shalem, Patent Director Dr Vincent Jennings and Partner Nick Manley will also be attending the conference.

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