IHEEM Digital Week is now On-Demand!

The recent Healthcare Estates Digital Week (5-9 October 2020) delivered over 15 hours of live presentations and webinars which are now available to watch on-demand on the Healthcare Estates website. Providing a rich and varied source of online information, all sessions enable you to keep up to date with your CPD.

A further 22 on-demand sessions from our exhibitor community, NHS Trusts and other key organisation is also available via the website to offer professionals working in the healthcare sector, particularly during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, a unique opportunity to keep up to date with the numerous innovations and knowledge sharing happening right now.

Expert speakers provided a wealth of information during a week of online presentations, replacing the ‘live’ Healthcare Estates event normally attended by thousands in October in Manchester. With over 2,500 registering for sessions during Digital Week and the additional on-demand sessions provided by the organisers, the programme provided a wealth of information. Healthcare Estates Digital Week on-demand sessions give you the opportunity to Stay Connected through our webinars, Keep Informed about how innovation played a major part in meeting the significant healthcare engineering and estates challenges raised by the global pandemic, and to Get Ahead with knowledge sharing and CPD content.


Content included an audience with Simon Corben, Director and Head of Profession for NHS Estates and Facilities with an update on…..

Other sessions included:

How the estate responds and enables the wider service transformation and integration with Nigel Edwards, CEO, Nuffield Trust, James Bawn, National Lead for Partnering and Engagement, Community Health Partnerships and Dr Sue O’Connell, CEO, Community Health Partnerships

NHS Premises Assurance Model (NHS PAM) 2020-21; with Michael Bellas, National Estates Policy Lead, NHS Estates and Facilities Division and Jacqui Grimwood

Hands, Face, Space, Ventilate – engineering the environment to mitigate COVID-19, with Professor Catherine Noakes, Professor of Environmental Engineering for Buildings, Deputy Director Leeds Institute for Fluid Dynamics and Chaired by Richard Harris, Director at Rolevale Services LTD, member of IHEEM Ventilation Technical Platform

COVID-19 Medical Gas Review: Lessons Learnt, Chaired by Mike Ralph, Principal Eng & Senior Policy/Strategy lead, NHS England and NHS Improvement with speakers Martin Owen, Senior Specialist Engineer, Leicester Royal Infirmary, Stafford Scopes, Managing Director, SHJ, Shane King, Head of Estates Operations, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, Ian Sandford, Medical Gas Consultant, Hulley SGS and Daniella Pedrini, President, S.I.A.I.S


For details on all the sessions, go to the Healthcare Estates website