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SEHTA & PDD Design Thinking Workshop

Thinking can be used to: Understand the needs of the different stakeholders Encourage frequent modelling and sense-checking of ideas Engage stakeholders in participatory research to further improve concepts Promote effective interdisciplinary collaboration Provide teams with a repeatable way to innovate Who should attend? Those who wish to accelerate innovation within their organisation who are interested in Design Thinking or those who want to improve their skills in the areas including:- Designers, researchers, user experience professionals, marketers, consultants, engineers, product managers…

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22
May
PDD Innovation,
87 Richford Street, Hammersmith, London, W6 7HJ United Kingdom
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Welsh Health Hack 2019

Join us for the Welsh Health Hack 2019 – Now in its third year, the event will again bring healthcare professionals together with digital, technology and data companies to solve clinical problems and challenges from across the health and care system in Wales. How does it work? Traditionally used as a productivity exercise in the computer technology industry, the principles of a hack event have proven valuable in many environments, harnessing the format’s power to gather experts to focus on…

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23 - 24
May
Life Sciences Hub Wales,
2nd Floor, 3 Assembly Square, Cardiff Bay, CF10 4PL United Kingdom
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Patient Powered Safety

There has never been a time where opportunities have been greater to transform healthcare than today. At the same time the complexity of diseases and treatments is increasing challenges to the safety of care in hospital. We are inviting to a two-day symposium with passionate contributors from patient safety experts, industry specialists and those affected. We will explore challenges to delivery of safe care around key topics: Latest technologies – curse or cure, Artificial Intelligence – invading privacy, co-production beyond…

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23 - 24
May
Bangor University,
Bangor, LL57 2DG
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The Waterloo Foundation Annual Meeting Public Lecture

This year’s Waterloo Foundation Public Lecture will be delivered by Professor Mary A. Carskadon, from Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, Director, Chronobiology and Sleep Research Laboratory. There will be a drinks reception from 5-6 pm followed by the lecture 6-7pm. How changes in sleep biology create a perfect storm affecting adolescent well-being The critical role that sleep plays in adolescence is increasingly well documented for a range of areas including brain maturation, learning, emotional wellbeing and physical health.…

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23
May
Hadyn Ellis Medical Research Facility,
Maindy Road, Cardiff, CF24 4HQ United Kingdom
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BIO USA 2019

Join us in Philadelphia, PA, June 3-6, 2019 as more than 16,000 attendees from around the globe gather for unparalleled partnering, education, networking, and to see all that tri-state area has to offer. The region’s vast array of leading universities and research institutions fosters a collaborative environment. The key benefits of attending the 2019 BIO International Convention are access to global biotech and pharma leaders via BIO One-on-One Partnering, exposure to industry thought-leaders with over 500 education sessions at your…

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01 - 07
June
Unnamed Venue,
Philadelphia,
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Advances in Cell & Tissue Culture

Following the success of the 10th annual Advances in Cell and Tissue Culture conference in Cardiff last year, ACTC 2019 will again be hosted at the University of Cardiff. ACTC 2019 – Cardiff will take place over two days on Tuesday 4th and Wednesday 5th June in the Cardiff School of Biosciences. The conference offers a great networking opportunity, bringing together industry and academic researchers working in all areas of in vitro cell culture to exchange knowledge, promote their activities and set…

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04 - 05
June
Cardiff University,
Cardiff, United Kingdom
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MPD Training Course: Medical Device Software

This one-day course by Medical Device Consultancy will cover Regulatory insights into Medical Device Software. Find out what you need to do to comply with the Regulation, and work with the experts to plan how you are going to do it. Learning outcomes will include: Understand what software is, and what the essential requirements are according to the MDD and MDR • Understand FDA requirements for software, how it is classified and regulated • Write a rationale for classification of…

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04
June
MeetPoint Midlands Conference Centre, 28 High Street Kegworth, Derbyshire DE74 2DA

MedTech Connects: SMEs to Universities – Queen Mary University of London Showcase

QMUL, SEHTA and the GLA would like to invite you to come along to the university, to meet leading academics involved in inter-disciplinary biomedical research aiming to transform health and wellbeing, inequalities and patient care across the UK and beyond.  QMUL has excellence in the fields of genomics, bioengineering, robotics, imaging, digital health (computational biology, artificial intelligence) and experimental medicine, which are applied to drive innovative research in precision medicine and improve patient care. After presentations from some of QMUL’s leading academics,…

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06
June
Clark Kennedy Lecture Theatre,
Queen Mary Innovation Centre, 5 Walden Street, London, E1 2EF
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Health Economics (Online Workshop)

Health Technology Wales (HTW) has collaborated with Life Sciences Hub Wales (LSHW) to introduce you to key concepts and methods in Health Technology Assessment and Health Economics, through two interactive and free workshops. Advances in health technologies will have a major impact on the future of health and social care in Wales. Both workshops will use live examples from HTW, the body responsible for producing national guidance to maximise value and optimise use of technologies that will improve health and…

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13
June

Health Technology Assessment (Online Workshop)

Health Technology Wales (HTW) has collaborated with Life Sciences Hub Wales (LSHW) to introduce you to key concepts and methods in Health Technology Assessment and Health Economics, through two interactive and free workshops. Advances in health technologies will have a major impact on the future of health and social care in Wales. Both workshops will use live examples from HTW, the body responsible for producing national guidance to maximise value and optimise use of technologies that will improve health and…

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13
June
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