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3DMedLive 2019 - 3D Printing in Surgery

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Hear from key experts in the field:

  • Richard Kerr, Chair of the RCS Commission on the Future of Surgery, speaking about the RCS Commission and how it relates to future NHS plans

  • David Dunaway of GOSH and UCL on 3D technology in craniofacial surgery

  • Amy Alexander of the Mayo Clinic discussing the benefits of using 3D printing in surgery, and how that impacts patient care dynamics

  • Andrew Scott of the Royal Brompton Hospital and Imperial College London, UK on harnessing 3D printing for diffusion tensor cardiovascular magnetic resonance

  • Tom Cosker, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, University of Oxford, leading a panel conversation on insourcing vs outsourcing of 3D printing

  • Duncan McPherson, Clinical Director, MHRA speaking about the regulation of 3D-printed medical devices

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Full information can be found on the website: www.3dmedlive.com



Convening a community of innovation and best practice to advance surgical applications of 3D printing: join us at 3DMedLIVE in Central London

Are you a surgeon looking for a way to bring 3D printing into your surgical planning, training or patient consent? Are you a healthcare professional with questions about the manufacturing and regulation of patient-specific implants? Or a start-up wanting to connect with clinicians?

In response to calls to bring together surgeons, radiologists, biomedical engineers, 3D printing technicians, medical modellers and healthcare professionals, with regulators, engineers, start-ups and suppliers, we have launched 3DMedLIVE in partnership between 3DMedNet and the Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine. This new event aims to convene all members of the community who, together, can take 3D printing in surgical practice to the next level, and make it an everyday reality in many hospitals

Over two days, we’ll hear case studies directly from pioneering surgeons and researchers who are already utilising this technology in their practice, plus panel discussions and roundtables with regulators, manufacturers and funders. Leave the PowerPoint at home: 3DMedLIVE is dynamic, conversation-led and solution-focused, with the patient at the heart.

As well as providing a platform for the presentation and discussion of scientific ideas, offering the opportunity to connect with other innovators is core to the mission of 3DMedLIVE. In line with the ethos of 3DMedNet, communication is key to progressing this field, so over the two days there will be plenty of opportunities to network, meet new contacts and – of course – enjoy a drink at the 3DMedLIVE Cocktail Party!

Join the future-focused conversation on themes including:

  • Understand this growing area of personalized healthcare, part of the NHS 2020 vision

  • Innovations, techniques and applications of 3D printing

  • Quantifying the benefits for surgical training and patient consent

  • Understanding the process of patient-specific customized surgical models and implants

  • What is the regulatory landscape for customized medical devices, and how will the 2020 regulations change this?

  • Which route: outsource, service provider in-house or build your own 3D printing lab?

  • The business case for 3D printing; reducing costs and improving outcomes

  • Doctorpreneurs: how to get your idea to an MVP and fund your start up.

International conference Advisory Board:

  • Amy Alexander, Senior Biomedical Engineer, Mayo Clinic (MN, USA)

  • Richard Trimlett, Consultant Cardio-Thoracic Surgeon, Lead Clinician for Mechanical Support, The Royal Brompton Hospital (London, UK)

  • Kenneth Dalgarno, Professor of Manufacturing Engineering, Newcastle University (Newcastle, UK)

  • Dietmar Hutmacher, Chair in Regenerative Medicine, Queensland University of Technology (Queensland, Australia)

  • Duncan McPherson, Clinical Director, MHRA (London, UK)

  • Amanda Isaac, Consultant Musculoskeletal Radiologist, Quality Improvement Lead for Clinical Radiology, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust (London, UK)

Full information can be found on the website: www.3dmedlive.com

Interested in partnership and exhibiting options? Please contact Sarah for more information:

s.mayes@future-science-group.com

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