Back to Hull!
This time I am revisiting my friends at Ansell who earlier this year raised £2399 for Doctors Without Borders with a day long cycling challenge.
Ansell have recently become members of the Centre for Digital Innovation (C4DI) community and this is their introduction to the work they do with safety equipment.
My connection with the company goes back to the Ebola outbreak in 2014 when I wore their personal protective equipment (PPE) in Sierra Leone. Since then I have spoken to the team in both Hull and Brussels.
Today I will be talking about Médecins Sans Frontières ongoing work in the Ebola response and how important having reliable equipment is if we are to help our patients:
The exclusive interactive tour starts with a brief introduction to Ansell and provide insight to the reasons they have joined C4DI, their digital journey to date, future plans and collaboration opportunities for the community. This will then be followed by a talk from their guest speaker Andy Dennis, who will present a talk about Doctors Without Borders and his role in the Ebola outbreak. Andy will share his experiences and how Ansell’s products helped to keep him protected and enable him to operate in the catastrophic Ebola outbreak.
I am always honoured to talk about Doctors Without Borders . To do so in such a prestigious venue is very exciting indeed. I am looking forward to this day immensely.