The annual Health Valley event will take place on 10, 11 and 12 March. For three days, professionals from healthcare, health innovation, business, education and science will come together to share their knowledge and experiences about the healthcare of the future.
During the event, colleagues from the Radboudumc will also give lectures and be present with innovations that we are working on within the Radboudumc and that we love to share with other scientists and the business community. Curious about the full programme? Take a look at the details of the three days online.
Do you want to go to Health Valley?
For all Radboudumc employees the organization of Health Valley has made a discount code available. The code entitles you to a 50 percent discount on all 3 types of tickets, 1-, 2-, or 3-day tickets. The tickets are registered by name and are therefore not transferable to other persons.
Interested in visiting Health Valley 2020? Then sign up via intranet (Z-number login needed).
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