Video Library: PPP Breakfast Series

An archive of all Virtual Breakfasts, Webinars and Roundtables.

Report Launch: The role of antibody testing within the Covid-19 vaccination rollout

Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell joined by Nadhim Zahawi MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Minister for COVID Vaccine Deployment), Professor the Lord Darzi of Denham, Director of the Institute of Global Health Innovation, Imperial College London and Peter Harrison, Managing Director, Siemens Healthineers

This report explores the barriers that exist in incorporating antibody testing as part of the current and future Covid-19 vaccine rollout, as well as potential benefits.

Virtual fireside chat: A discussion on the future of the NHS

Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell, Baroness Nicola Blackwood, Dr Harpreet Sood, Professor Mike Bewick, Professor James Kingsland

PPP Subscribers: The silent impacts of Covid-19

Dame Carol Black, Adviser to NHSI and PHE on Health and Work and Dr Waqaar Shah, Chairman of the Expert Advisory Panel on the Management of Long-Term Effects of COVID-19 at NICE

PPP Subscribers: The role of FemTech in redefining women’s health

An AI revolution in healthcare?

Director of AI at NHSX, Dr Indra Joshi and Dr Bethany Williams MBBS PhD, Lead for Digital Pathology Education and Training, National Pathology Imaging Co-Operative

Protected: PPP Subscribers: Developing a trustworthy health data ecosystem

Caroline Cake, Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell

Introducing Rt Hon Amber Rudd as PPP Deputy Chair – Climate & Energy

Rt Hon Amber Rudd, Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell

PPP Subscribers: The Challenge of Restarting Education

Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell, Neil Carmichael, former Chair of Education Select Committee and Desmond Deehan, CEO of Odyssey Trust for Education

PPP Subscribers: 2021 challenges in the NHS

Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell & Lord Victor Adebowale CBE

Embracing Innovation to Improve Cancer Outcomes

Professor Karol Sikora, Professor Clare Turnbull, Professor Mark Lawler, Professor Geoff Bellingan, Matt Gibson, David Long

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