Conference Hotel Showcases Medical Research
Healthcare professionals from across the UK will arrive at the Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel on Friday 2 December to attend the Research Showcase 2016, highlighting the incredible medical advances being carried out at the Golden Jubilee Foundation.
As a key part of the Golden Jubilee Foundation, the family of facilities which also includes the National Hospital, Research Institute and Innovation Centre, the event will feature 12 presentations and interactive sessions led by key opinion leaders across heart, lung, orthopaedics and anaesthetics. In addition, the Showcase will include a keynote speech from Professor Ian Ford, Professor in Biostatistics at the University of Glasgow and an internationally renowned expert in the design, conduct, analysis and interpretation of clinical trials.
Discussing the event, Director of the Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel, Bronagh Bell said: “We are delighted to be working alongside our colleagues from the Research Institute and Hospital to help showcase not only some of the amazing advances in healthcare which are being made at the Golden Jubilee Foundation, but the cutting edge, versatile facilities and bespoke service we are able to offer delegates from all around the UK and beyond.”
Earlier this year, the hotel completed its rebrand to the Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel, reinforcing its 2020 Vision to establish itself as a leading international conference venue, with a specific focus on healthcare, med-tech and pharmaceutical events.
In addition to this, the Hotel has also continued to develop their facilities, recently completing work on their Inspiration Space: a brand new versatile and flexible meeting space with integrated technology to facilitate a wide selection of dynamic and energetic events.
Bronagh added: “As an integral part of the Golden Jubilee Foundation, the Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel is uniquely positioned to provide opportunities for medical training, education and sharing best practice, with full access to clinical training facilities and two-way audio visual links to the Hospital’s theatres and Cardiac Catheterisation Laboratories, allowing for practical, interactive training, in real time.”