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2018 MedTech London Healthcare Business Awards - Call for nominations now open!

  • 2019 MedTech London Healthcare Business Awards

SEHTA and the GLA in conjunction with MedCity are pleased to celebrate excellence by organising its 2nd Mayor of London MedTech London Healthcare Business Awards, which will take place at the 2019 MedTech London Conference on 14th March 2019, in the prestigious London's Living Room at City Hall, with the awards presented by a senior member of the Mayor of London's team.

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2018 MedTech London Healthcare Business Awards - Call for nominations now open!

  • 2019 MedTech London Healthcare Business Awards

SEHTA and the GLA in conjunction with MedCity are pleased to celebrate excellence by organising its 2nd Mayor of London MedTech London Healthcare Business Awards, which will take place at the 2019 MedTech London Conference on 14th March 2019, in the prestigious London's Living Room at City Hall, with the awards presented by a senior member of the Mayor of London's team.

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Innovate UK - Biomedical Catalyst Call 2019

Take on the biggest healthcare challenges: apply for funding  

            

UK businesses can apply for a share of up to £10 million to develop technologies, products and processes that could offer better outcomes for patients.

The Biomedical Catalyst supports UK businesses to test and develop innovative technologies for healthcare. Through the Biomedical Catalyst - a partnership between Innovate UK and the Medical Research Council - there is up to £10 million available to UK businesses to:

  •   prevent disease and support proactive management of health conditions
  •   detect and diagnose disease earlier, leading to better patient outcomes
  •   develop tailored treatments that offer potential cures or change an underlying disease

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Innovate UK - Biomedical Catalyst Call 2019

Take on the biggest healthcare challenges: apply for funding  

            

UK businesses can apply for a share of up to £10 million to develop technologies, products and processes that could offer better outcomes for patients.

The Biomedical Catalyst supports UK businesses to test and develop innovative technologies for healthcare. Through the Biomedical Catalyst - a partnership between Innovate UK and the Medical Research Council - there is up to £10 million available to UK businesses to:

  •   prevent disease and support proactive management of health conditions
  •   detect and diagnose disease earlier, leading to better patient outcomes
  •   develop tailored treatments that offer potential cures or change an underlying disease

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NIHR i4i Product Development Awards (PDA)

As a translational funding scheme, i4i advances healthcare technologies, devices and interventions for increased patient benefit in areas of existing or emerging clinical need.

We fund collaborative R&D projects in medtech SMEs, universities and the NHS that have demonstrated proof-of-principle and have a clear pathway towards adoption and commercialisation. The aim is to de-risk projects, making them attractive to follow-on funders and investors.


Below is the latest information on the most recent call - Product Development Awards (PDA)

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NIHR i4i Product Development Awards (PDA)

As a translational funding scheme, i4i advances healthcare technologies, devices and interventions for increased patient benefit in areas of existing or emerging clinical need.

We fund collaborative R&D projects in medtech SMEs, universities and the NHS that have demonstrated proof-of-principle and have a clear pathway towards adoption and commercialisation. The aim is to de-risk projects, making them attractive to follow-on funders and investors.


Below is the latest information on the most recent call - Product Development Awards (PDA)

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Pre-call announcement: UKRI GCRF Health and Context call 2019

The UKRI GCRF Health and Context call is seeking proposals for interdisciplinary research addressing wider contextual factors contributing to the burden of infectious and non-communicable diseases (NCDs). These factors may include social, cultural, historical, and religious beliefs and practices, or wider ecological, biological and environmental factors. We want to fund ambitious research that goes beyond description to determine causal relationships between contextual influences and health. Projects developing or testing feasible interventions that are sensitive to or mitigate contextual influences are also within the remit of this call. We encourage the engagement of relevant community stakeholders in the development and implementation of proposals.

Via the GCRF, UKRI will support impactful, three-year research projects up to a value of approximately £2 million. This call is being led by various councils across UKRI and multidisciplinary approaches combining biomedical, social, and environmental science, and the arts and humanities are encouraged.



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Pre-call announcement: UKRI GCRF Health and Context call 2019

The UKRI GCRF Health and Context call is seeking proposals for interdisciplinary research addressing wider contextual factors contributing to the burden of infectious and non-communicable diseases (NCDs). These factors may include social, cultural, historical, and religious beliefs and practices, or wider ecological, biological and environmental factors. We want to fund ambitious research that goes beyond description to determine causal relationships between contextual influences and health. Projects developing or testing feasible interventions that are sensitive to or mitigate contextual influences are also within the remit of this call. We encourage the engagement of relevant community stakeholders in the development and implementation of proposals.

Via the GCRF, UKRI will support impactful, three-year research projects up to a value of approximately £2 million. This call is being led by various councils across UKRI and multidisciplinary approaches combining biomedical, social, and environmental science, and the arts and humanities are encouraged.



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MedTech Connects: SMEs to London Boroughs - Delivering a difference in Dementia

SEHTA, the GLA & LondonADASS would like to invite you to attend this FREE workshop in our series of events - London MedTech Connects. This time around we are building bridges between London healthtech and digital SMEs and providers of social care in London through LondonADASS (London Boroughs of Adult Social Services Directors).


Date: Wednesday 13th February 2019

Venue: Committee Room 5, City Hall, The Queen's Walk, London SE1 2AA

Times: 10:00 - 15:00

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MedTech Connects: SMEs to London Boroughs - Delivering a difference in Dementia

SEHTA, the GLA & LondonADASS would like to invite you to attend this FREE workshop in our series of events - London MedTech Connects. This time around we are building bridges between London healthtech and digital SMEs and providers of social care in London through LondonADASS (London Boroughs of Adult Social Services Directors).


Date: Wednesday 13th February 2019

Venue: Committee Room 5, City Hall, The Queen's Walk, London SE1 2AA

Times: 10:00 - 15:00

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EU SmartHealth Project

SEHTA and our partners EPM, Eurasanté and Amiens Cluster are pleased to announce that we are part of a new INTERREG project in support of the Health Sector in South of England and Northern France.


SmartHealth, is a 2-year cross-border project developed by four experienced innovation agencies and clusters. SmartHealth will create and test an innovative, cross-border SMEs support model to stimulate Franco-British cooperation between the local health and care providers with shared clinical needs, and local SMEs providing digital solutions.


SMEs with innovative solutions will be offered mentoring and support and the opportunity to pitch to health and care providers.




The INTERREG programme itself is funded by the ERDF (European Regional Development Fund), which works transnationally

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EU SmartHealth Project

SEHTA and our partners EPM, Eurasanté and Amiens Cluster are pleased to announce that we are part of a new INTERREG project in support of the Health Sector in South of England and Northern France.


SmartHealth, is a 2-year cross-border project developed by four experienced innovation agencies and clusters. SmartHealth will create and test an innovative, cross-border SMEs support model to stimulate Franco-British cooperation between the local health and care providers with shared clinical needs, and local SMEs providing digital solutions.


SMEs with innovative solutions will be offered mentoring and support and the opportunity to pitch to health and care providers.




The INTERREG programme itself is funded by the ERDF (European Regional Development Fund), which works transnationally

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SEHTA PR: Media partners with Future Healthcare 2019

  • SEHTA PR: Media partners with Future Healthcare 2019

Announcing SEHTA as a Media Partner at 2019 Future Healthcare 2019 

SEHTA is proud to announce that we are now Media Partners for the Future Healthcare 2019 Exhibition & Conference, taking place on 18 – 19 March 2019, Olympia, London.

SEHTA will also be having a pavilion stand at the event and SEHTA members can apply for a place.

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SEHTA PR: Media partners with Future Healthcare 2019

  • SEHTA PR: Media partners with Future Healthcare 2019

Announcing SEHTA as a Media Partner at 2019 Future Healthcare 2019 

SEHTA is proud to announce that we are now Media Partners for the Future Healthcare 2019 Exhibition & Conference, taking place on 18 – 19 March 2019, Olympia, London.

SEHTA will also be having a pavilion stand at the event and SEHTA members can apply for a place.

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Testing new medical technologies in the NHS

  • Innovate UK

Businesses can apply for a share of up to £1.5 million to support real-world testing of new medical devices, diagnostics and technologies in the NHS.

Innovate UK and the Office for Life Sciences are working in partnership to invest up to £1.5 million in business projects that support the development of new medical devices, diagnostics and regulated digital technology.

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Testing new medical technologies in the NHS

  • Innovate UK

Businesses can apply for a share of up to £1.5 million to support real-world testing of new medical devices, diagnostics and technologies in the NHS.

Innovate UK and the Office for Life Sciences are working in partnership to invest up to £1.5 million in business projects that support the development of new medical devices, diagnostics and regulated digital technology.

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