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June 2016

MediWales Events


MediWales Connects: NHS Collaboration Conference
6th July 2016, Cardiff

UK HealthTech
6th December 2016, Cardiff

MediWales Annual Innovation Awards
13th December 2016, Cardiff
 

Partner Events


Aneurin Bevan Health Board R&D Conference
21st June 2016, Newport

Wales Festival of Innovation: GE Healthcare – Biosensor innovation challenge launch event
21st June 2016, Cardiff

SBRI: Operational Efficiency in the Acute Sector; and Self-Care and Independence in Children with Long Term Conditions
21st June 2016, London
22nd June 2016, Leeds

Wales Festival of Innovation: 3G (Genetics and Genomics for the Third Generation) Conference
22nd June 2016, Cardiff

Wales Festival of Innovation: Gene discovery in epilepsy – the role of biobanks in patient research
23rd June 2016, Swansea


A Regional Collaboration for Health: The future of healthcare in South West Wales
29th June 2016, Swansea

Wales Festival of Innovation: The Angelina Jolie Effect – exploring how breast cancer runs in families
30th June 2016, Wrexham

Wales Festival of Innovation: WWIC – Welsh innovation in wound prevention and treatment
30th June 2016, Pontyclun


KTN: Digital Health Speed Networking
20th July 2016, London

Wynne Jones IP: Save, Fund, Protect: Getting the most out of the Product Innovation Life Cycle
20th July 2016, Cardiff

International Population Data Linkage Network Conference
22nd - 25th August 2016, Swansea

British Science Festival
6th - 9th September 2016, Swansea

Co-Innovate
11th - 12th October 2016, Cardiff

Health and Care Research Wales Conference
13th October 2016, Cardiff

BIA: UK Bioscience Forum
20th October 2016, London
 

International Events


UK Medical Devices Mission to China
18th - 24th August 2016
Beijing, China
UKTI and Welsh Government support available

Nordic Life Science Days
14th - 16th September 2016, Stockholm
Discount for members of MediWales through United Life Science partnership

Medica
14th - 17th November 2016
Düsseldorf, Germany

Welsh Government support available - less than two weeks left to apply for exhibition.

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LinkedIn
Twitter
Twitter
Website
Website

LifeScience Academy:
Job Vacancies


We are running a new service for members as part of this new programme: free posting of job adverts and vacancies. Contact Tess if you would like us to host your job vacancies on our website and in our newsletter.
 

Funding Calls


Innovate UK – Delivery Plan 2016-17 Health and Life Sciences

Innovate UK – Review of UK proof of concept support

£21million finance package to expand SMEs in Wales

Innovate UK – Women in innovation: apply for infocus funding award
Deadline: 24th August 2016

UK Lifescience Industry - Edition 11


Catch up on the latest innovations and advancements from the life science industry in the UK online here
 
 

June Update 


We are just 19 days away from the very first MediWales Connects: NHS Collaboration Conference on 6th July. The programme includes industry presentations from Astra Zeneca, Karl Storz, Novo Nordisk, and Royal Army Medical Corps showcasing innovative training and product development for the Ebola hospital in West Africa.

'NHS Wales: Looking to the future' is the keynote talk from Andrew Goodall, Director General of Department for Health and Social Services and Chief Executive of NHS Wales. Take a look at our programme and speaker list to see what else the day has to offer.

We are offering some final presentation slots during our 'open innovation' workshop, but spaces are limited so please get in touch as soon as possible for this opportunity and for three remaining spaces in our exhibition and feature zone. Contact Tess today to secure your place.

Welcome to our newest members


Technovent Ltd is a leading supplier of maxillofacial prosthetics materials which are used to replace facial parts lost through disease or trauma. As a research-led company developing many innovative products, Technovent work on numerous collaborative projects with UK universities and exports to over 20 countries. Products include custom silicones for prosthetics and the Magna-Cap closed field magnetic retention system for anchoring prostheses to craniofacial implants.
We Predict helps commissioners and planners deliver improvements in health and efficiency. In areas of increasing costs such as diabetes, frailty and complex care, We Predict have created predictions by geographical areas of interest, much smaller areas than previously available, enabling commissioners and clinicians to predict the impact that interventions will have.
Elidir Health Ltd (EH) is a new software development company with a vision to create intuitive, intelligent and progressive mobile software systems for the healthcare market. The key software product, CHAI™ has been co-developed with Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board over a 2 year period to save nurses 10% of their time in paper based administrative processes, enabling them to spend that time saved in direct patient care.

Small Heath Medical Practice is a long established teaching practice serving a dynamic and diverse population. We are committed to providing high-quality medical services in a caring and happy environment for all patients, staff and visitors.

Latest News

Members of the Month


Rantmedia is the premier app agency in Wales, creating high-quality, innovative and award-winning mobile apps since 2008. The company specialises in the medical and healthcare sector and has successfully delivered apps to both private and public sector organisations in this industry. The team is highly skilled and design-led, covering all the major platforms including advanced integration capabilities.

Bevan & Buckland is a leading firm of Chartered Accountants based in South Wales. A key focus of its business is providing pro-active tax advice to companies and individuals. The firm has a particular specialism in the following areas: Research & development tax relief; patent box tax regime; tax incentives for individuals who invest in companies; tax incentives for company employees; succession and exit planning.

MediWales is the life science network for Wales.

We provide advice, support and business opportunities for our members, promoting collaboration within the life science and health technology community in Wales.

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