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December 2013

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MediWales' December Update

What an end to the year- over 500 people attended the UK HealthTech Conference and the MediWales Innovation Awards 2013.
Both events were deemed to be great successes and were extremely well attended. 
Full reports on the conference and all the winners from the evening can be found by clicking the links below:

December also brought us 9 new members... not Ladies Dancing as per the song...

The next time you receive one of these it will be 2014 and so MediWales takes this opportunity to wish all of its members, partners and connections a healthy, happy and successful new year.
Festive wishes,

The MediWales Team, 029 2047 3456

News from our Members

  • The High Potential Starts programme is in its final recruitment phase from now until the end of December 2013.  The programme offers fully funded business coaching to life science businesses in Wales. The support comprises a unique blend of mentoring and coaching that ensures clients achieve a substantial gain in self-development which then translates into tangible improvements in themselves and measurable performance improvements for their enterprise.
  • The High Potential Starts programme is delivered by Oxford Innovation and funded jointly by the Welsh Government and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) for the life sciences market.
    For further information please contact Chris Sheehan or visit the High Potential Starts website.


This month our Member of the Month is OSP Healthcare. Read more here.

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 Expert Advice                                                          
This month, Sarah Pallett, Training Manager at B & V Training Academy asks four pertinent questions to check whether you are effectively controlling the risks of water-borne infections within a healthcare setting. Read more here...

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Date: 23rd January 2014