With the NHS recently turning 70, we’ve teamed up with the Science Museum to examine how digital technology is helping to shape the future of healthcare and empowering people to take control of their own health.
On Wednesday 25 July, there will be a ‘Medicine’ themed ‘Late’ event at the Science Museum in London, which will celebrate all things medical, and showcase some of the different types of technology that are currently being used in today’s NHS.
There will also be an interactive ‘NHS 70 pod’ and the opportunity for attendees to have their say on what they think the most important digital innovations for the healthcare industry have been over the last 70 years.
This event will take place between 6.45pm – 10pm – it’s free to attend, but you must be 18 or over.
In addition, the museum also has an exhibition celebrating 40 years of IVF treatment, which can be viewed in its ‘Who Am I?’ gallery. 25 July is the birthday of Louise Brown – the world’s first IVF baby.
You can find out more on the Science Museum website.
If you’d like to find out more about the role technology is currently playing in the NHS, why not watch Professor Tony Young explain more?