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Addressing Addenbrooke’s Critical Challenges: Two Perspectives, One Goal

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Join us for the second conversation in our ‘Seniors’ Spotlight’ series which aims to uncover what our senior members feel passionate about – intellectually, professionally or philanthropically. In a highly topical conversation, senior members Ajith Parlikad and Nyarie Sitholde share insights into the vital work they are doing to improve patient outcomes at Addenbrookes Hospital. Ajith (Dept. of Engineering) has been working on patient flow modelling to help predict and manage demand for hospital resources. Nyarie’s work on the COVID wards as an Infectious Diseases and Acute Medicine Consultant has focussed on improving patient outcomes, including predicting those patients likely to require support in ICU . Both are passionate about improving patient experiences and outcomes at Addenbrookes. Join them ‘in conversation’ as they explain more about the critical challenges they are working to address. This event is open to non college members.

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