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Disruptive technologies and future skills in the life sciences
20th February 13.00 CET
Karen Taylor, Research Director of the Centre for Health Solutions at Deloitte
Disruptive technologies are replacing repetitive aspects of jobs and completely new jobs are being created. In this environment, Karen will outline some predictions for skills in healthcare and the life sciences and how individuals and employers can adapt now and be agile in this new future of work.
Karen is the Research Director of the Centre for Health Solutions. She supports the Healthcare and Life Sciences practice by driving independent and objective business research and analysis into key industry challenges and associated solutions; generating evidence based insights and points of view on issues from pharmaceuticals and technology innovation to healthcare management and reform. Karen also produces a weekly blog on topical issues facing the healthcare and life science industries.