News > June > 2019
Professor’s passion for research as strong as ever as after release of 100th paper
After a career spanning more than 20 years, Swansea University’s Gareth Jenkins has marked a notable achievement – the release of his 100th paper. And Professor Jenkins, Director of Research at Swansea University Medical School, says his most recent publication – which explains how in the future oesophageal cancer could be diagnosed with a £30…
World Leading Medical Expert Helping Guide £1.3 Billion City Deal
A world leading breast cancer expert is helping guide a £1.3 billion programme of investment that’s worth nearly 10,000 well-paid jobs to South West Wales. Simon Holt, a recently retired consultant surgical oncologist at Llanelli’s Prince Philip Hospital, is among the private sector specialists on the Swansea Bay City Deal’s Economic Strategy Board. Also including…
First orders for listed medical device brand
A medical device manufacturer has received its first commercial orders for its surgical endoscopy device. The first purchase orders come from two US hospitals and follow on from the successful roll out of the company’s Clinical Education Programme in the US which has now trained seven practitioners across six hospitals. According to the company, the…
SEHTA PR: 2019 Accessing the NHS Guide for SMEs: Moving Forward
SEHTA is pleased to announce the release of our 2nd Accessing the NHS Guide for SMEs – Moving Forward, supported by leading health law firm Hill Dickinson, which was launched on Wednesday 19thJune at this year’s SEHTA AGM & Annual Conference at the offices of Hill Dickinson’s Broadgate Tower offices in London. Most health technology…
ABHI Leadership Team to share industry knowledge at Medica 2019
The Association of British HealthTech Industries (ABHI) is delighted to be taking key members of its senior leadership team to MEDICA 2019 to offer knowledge, expertise and support to all of its UK exhibitors.
New Welsh Government programme to ‘boost people’s digital confidence, health and well-being’
A new Welsh Government programme will work with organisations across Wales, in order to help people increase their confidence using digital technology, with the aim of helping them improve and manage their health and well-being.
Healthy and Active Fund in Action
Welsh Government, Sport Wales and Public Health Wales have come together to deliver the first phase of the £5.4 million Healthy and Active Fund (HAF) - aiming to improve mental & physical health by enabling the adoption of healthy & active lifestyle.
£22.7 million funding announced towards delivering A Healthier Wales
Health Minister, Vaughan Gething, has welcomed progress in delivering the £100 million fund to transform the way health and social care is delivered, as he announced the latest allocation ahead of the first anniversary of A Healthier Wales.
Cardiff University secures £3.6 million EU funds for new scientific research facility
Cardiff University has secured £3.6 million in EU funds to create a new research facility that will help Welsh industry develop cleaner, greener and lower-cost products.
Barry woman takes on channel swim challenge – British Heart Foundation
Seven friends and colleagues are swimming the English Channel for the first time to raise vital funds for British Heart Foundation research.