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First ever Arab Health ‘UK Healthcare Pavilion’ Magazine is launched

First ever Arab Health ‘UK Healthcare Pavilion’ Magazine is launched

The brand new ‘UK Healthcare Pavilion’ magazine, showcasing the best of UK HealthTech, and comprising a dedicated UK show guide for this year’s Arab Health trade fair, is now available.

The guide showcases the best of UK innovation, interviews with key opinion leaders, whilst shining a spotlight on the strengths of the devolved nations and the breadth of organisations joining ABHI at this year’s show with a comprehensive directory. 

The work is the result of an exclusive partnership between the Association of British HealthTech Industries (ABHI), Clinical Services Journal (CSJ), the Department for International Trade (DIT).

The UK has long been a world-leader for innovation in life sciences, supported by a exceptional science base and research infrastructure. 

In this issue of the UK Healthcare Pavilion magazine, readers can expect inspiring features showcasing the nation’s unique capabilities, alongside a wide array of content helping overseas buyers understand more about the UK’s dynamic healthcare innovation landscape, this includes: 

  • A focus on health system strengthening.
  • Detailing the need for cancer care and how NHS innovations are tackling this.
  • Highlighting the strengths of the devolved nations – Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
  • A conversation with Mark Chapman from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence.
  • A showcase of London’s healthcare excellence.
  • Updates from the AHSNs, who are helping international HealthTech innovators access the NHS market.
  • A focus on hot topics, including sustainability, AI and genomics. 

We encourage you to explore the UK Healthcare Pavilion magazine to discover the breadth of the UK’s unrivalled life science capabilities, and the world-class companies working at the forefront of healthcare innovation to deliver better care to patients, globally. 

The magazine, now available online, will also be printed and distributed to all who visit the ABHI UK Pavilion at Arab Health and will additionally be distributed electronically to an audience of thousands. 

You can download the magazine here https://content.yudu.com/web/1u0jl/0A1up6l/ABHI-January-2023/html/index.html?origin=reader

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Arab Health 2023

Arab Health is the leading medical equipment exhibition in the Middle East showcasing the latest innovations in healthcare. Along with a wide range of CME accredited conferences, Arab Health brings the healthcare industry together to learn, network and trade. Arab Health 2023 exhibitors can showcase innovative products and solutions and have more time to meet potential buyers from all over the...

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FEATURES

Connecting emergency services with technology

With Integrated Care Boards (ICB) having moved onto statutory footing, it is time to use digital connectivity to join up services – starting with emergency care, argues Mike Farrar, former chief executive of the NHS Confederation and North-West England Strategic Health Authorities.

Understanding the importance of ‘why?’

Chris Gale, head of education for Avensys Training, is from a military education background and believes that human factors science, which has been adopted by the military aviation sector, could have an important contribution in helping to prevent errors in decontamination facilities and biomedical engineering. He calls for increased investment in staff education – to empower staff to understand why we do things, to improve patient safety, and ensure staff feel valued.

Why aren’t surgical fires classed as a Never Event?

Nigel Roberts examines the evidence around the incidence of surgical fires, as well as current guidance to prevent associated harm. He considers whether surgical fires should be classed as a ‘Never Event’ and whether mitigating steps should be incorporated into the WHO surgical safety checklist

Connected healthcare: how data will save lives

Data saves lives and connected MedTech will be key to ensuring this data is easily accessible and actionable. Louise Frampton spoke to Mindray UK’s digital health experts to find out how patient safety, efficiency and clinical decision making could be enhanced though improved interoperability, artificial intelligence and mobile monitoring solutions.

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Arab Health 2023

Dubai World Trade Centre
30th January - 2nd February 2023

Central Sterilising Club Annual Scientific Meeting

Crowne Plaza, Newcastle Upon Tyne
3rd - 4th April 2023

DECON UK 2023

Hilton Birmingham Metropole
18th April 2023

Infection Prevention and Control 2023

National Conference Centre, Birmingham
25th - 26th April 2023

Access the latest issue of Clinical Services Journal on your mobile device together with an archive of back issues.

Download the FREE Clinical Services Journal app from your device's App store

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