We are delighted to share details of upcoming events open to members and patients of the Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals. Please remember to register in advance so that they can send you the link to join the webinar. Got questions? Please contact Nancy at email@example.com.
Learn about the employment support available for people with long-term health conditions / disabilities, hosted by Brompton Fountain
Wednesday, 26 May
5.00pm – 6:00pm
To register, please click here. Please note this event is only open to patients of Royal Brompton and Harefield hospitals.
Are you worried about finding employment or curious what support is available? Are you unsure whether to disclose your health condition to a potential employer? Do you want to find out about Disability Confident employers? Rabia Lemahieu, from Disability Rights UK, will be presenting and answering your questions about employment and access to work. This webinar is suitable for all ages, particularly teenagers and young adults entering employment. Parents are also welcome to attend.
The role of genetic testing in diagnosing health conditions –NEW event
Thursday, 3 June
10:30 – 11:30am
This is a unique opportunity to join Dr Deborah Morris-Rosendahl, consultant clinical scientist and head of the Clinical Genetics and Genomics Laboratory, as she talks about the significant role genetic testing plays in diagnosing suspected inherited cardiac and respiratory conditions. As she and her team celebrate the milestone achievement of analysing 10,000 samples of DNA, Dr Morris-Rosendahl will also share how genetic testing has enabled clinical teams across Royal Brompton and Harefield to diagnose conditions such as cystic fibrosis and inherited arrthymias at an early stage, when treatment can be more effective.
Graft, grace and gratitude: encounters with the Royal Brompton Hospital archive
Thursday, 10 June
To register, please click here
Giskin Day, a Principal Teaching Fellow at Imperial College London where she leads on medical humanities, will talk about her experiences working with material from the historic archives of the Royal Brompton Hospital, and the findings of her research so far.
If you have any questions about these events or your membership, please contact Nancy at firstname.lastname@example.org.