Thursday 24 October 2013, 18.30 in the Auditorium of the International Manufacturing Centre.
Dame Julie Moore has been appointed as an Honorary Professor at Warwick, where she will link closely with the Institute of Digital Healthcare, WMG and Warwick Medical School.
Dame Julie will be giving an Inaugural Lecture on the evening of Thursday 24 October 2013, commencing at 18.30 in the Auditorium of the International Manufacturing Centre.
Dame Julie is the Chief Executive of University Hospitals Birmingham (UHB). After training as a graduate nurse, she worked in clinical practice before moving into management. After a variety of clinical, management and director posts, she was appointed Chief Executive at UHB in 2006.
UHB has 1250 beds, £620m turnover, 7200 staff, treats 730,000 patients annually and has a £545m Private Finance Initiative (PFI) new hospital building which opened in 2010. UHB hosts the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine and Birmingham Health Partners, a partnership for health research. The National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) Centre for Surgical Reconstruction and Microbiology was opened at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in 2011.
Dame Julie was a member of the National Organ Donation Taskforces in 2007 and 2008 and in 2009 was a member of the Nuffield Trust Steering Group on New Frontiers in Efficiency. She is an Independent Member of the Board of the Office for Strategic Co-ordination of Health Research (OSCHR), a member of the MoD/DH Partnership Board overseeing health care of military personnel. In April 2011 she was asked by the Government to be a member of the NHS Future Forum to lead on the proposals for Education and Training reform.
Please contact a dot e dot chmara at warwick dot ac dot uk if you would like to attend.
This event is free and open to all staff, students and the general public.