15/07/2020

  • Wednesday 15 July; 09.00 - 10.30

    Our Healthcare Estates Breakfast Briefings are back, but now in Webinar format and so available to Healthcare Estates and Facilities professionals across the country.

    We will host our next session,  Healthcare Estates Breakfast Briefing: The Impact of the Coronavirus Pandemic on the Healthcare Estate.

    This webinar, which will be chaired by Bevan Brittan property Partner and healthcare estates specialist James Atkins, will feature Emma Bolton (Area Director, Community Ventures) and Louise English (Capital Planning and Property Manager, North Tees and Hartlepool Solutions) presenting their recent paper on the “Pandemic Impact on Healthcare Buildings”, examining how the COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally altered the healthcare sector estate, changing the way buildings are utilised and necessitating a change in approach. 

    We will also be joined by one of our specialist health and safety lawyers, who will examine the legal implications of returning to provision of a wider range of clinical services from healthcare estate and ensuring that your organisation remains compliant with the relevant legislation.

    This event will be suitable for all those involved in or with an interest in the healthcare estate and we hope you will join us for an engaging session


    REGISTER HERE


    Any questions?

    Please email us at events@bevanbrittan.com and a member of our events team will be in touch with you within 3 working days.


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