Event: How to develop evidence and commissioning for your medical device

  • Friday 23rd June 2017
  • The Centre at Birchwood Park, Warrington

Are you:

  • A medical or health technology SME?
  • Wanting your devices to be trialled or evaluated?
  • Unsure on how to get your products procured by the NHS?

If so, the North West Surgical Trials Centre, in collaboration with both the Greater Manchester and North West Coast Academic Health Science Networks are delivering this must-attend event.

This key event will feature informative talks about:

  • Evidence needs and how we can assist with gathering it.
  • NHS device procurement and accelerated access to it.
  • How to develop evidence for your product.
  • The STEP collaboration and the value it provides.
  • Funding and opportunities.
  • Exemplars of successful collaborations.

Plus sessions to discuss trial ideas, the mechanisms of setting up studies and networking opportunities.

This is a free event, but booking is essential. Parking, refreshments and lunch will be provided.

To register, email: nwstc@liverpool.ac.uk

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