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WAITS 25th Anniversary Ball 2018

 

MDTi at Medica 2018

MDTi's CEO Professor Martin Levermore MBE, DL and it clinical lead manager Michele Taylor attended this years Medica exhibition in Dusseldorf, Germany. Visiting all of the exhibitors there and gaining many new distributors and other useful contact for the business along with helping to expand the global awaerness of MDTi's brand and it range of medical devices.

Whilst there they were able to talk with many of the exisiting overseas distibutors; further strengthening the business relationships.

As a hole the experience of the visit was both eye opening and benifitial to the company, which is already looking towards and planning for Medica 2019.

 

Upcoming Events

Endomertriosis Research Now, November 17th 2018

https://www.endometriosis-uk.org/civicrm/event/info?id=627&reset=1

 

 

BBC News- Vaginal mesh operations should be banned, says NICE

In view of recent reports about issues around vaginal mesh used for treating pelvic organ prolapse, the Femmeze rectocele device invented by Sharon Eustice, Nurse Consultant, Bladder and Bowel Specialist Service at Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, can be used as an alternative to digitation in the conservative treatment of rectocele.

For more information about the Femmeze please click here

Click here to view BBC news article 

 

From international Businessman to Visiting Professor and Deputy Lieutenant

One of the country’s leading experts in medical technology is enjoying a double celebration after joining Birmingham City University as a Visiting Professor and being announced as Deputy Lieutenant of the West Midlands.

Professor Martin Levermore is the founder and Chief Executive of MDTi, a West-Midlands based company that works with the NHS to design and produce innovative medical products.

He has been appointed as a Visiting Professor at the University to help pass on his expertise to the next generation of healthcare workers training at the institution.

Professor Levermore has also been appointed as Deputy Lieutenant of the region to support the Lord-Lieutenant who serves as the Queen’s representative in the region.

Professor Levermore will be based in the University’s Life Sciences department working with staff and students to develop Bio-Sense Medical devices which are efficient in monitoring and managing patients in need of clinical supervision remotely.

He will also be working to promote critical nursing development and training within Commonwealth developing economies.

Professor Martin Levermore said:

“It is so heart-warming to be the recipient of two great honours and having my years of work acknowledged like this. I’m so looking forward to getting stuck into this important work with staff and students at the university which I hope will make a difference.

“I’m looking forward to developing links within the industry to ensure a strong and robust pathway for student placements and employability both in the UK and further afield.

“Being a Deputy Lieutenant will also bring along some great opportunities and important responsibilities. It is a great honour to be given this title.”

Martin has been appointed as a Deputy Lieutenant of the West Midlands by Lord Lieutenant, Sir John Crabtree OBE. The role will see him support the Lord Lieutenant in public events and civic duties for the region.

MDTi has become an internationally known organisation that produces unique and state-of-the-art medicinal products to support patient care.

Medical innovations produced by MDTi are known to have improved the lives of millions of patients worldwide and vary from in-hospital equipment for practitioners use on patients, to equipment for patients to use remotely while recovering at home from procedures.
Dr. Vivek Indramohan, Programme Leader for Biomedical Engineering at Birmingham City University. said:

“We are delighted to have Martin join the faculty and look forward to seeing the results of the promising work he will be doing with the staff and students here.

“This work will no doubt provide a strong and robust pathway for student placements and experience in the UK and beyond.

“It is wonderful that we are able to bring on board experts with a rich wealth of knowledge to help our staff and students grow in their abilities and work to support such important causes.”

Martin will be joining academics based at the newly re-developed City South Campus in Edgbaston which officially opens its doors later this month.

Birmingham City University’s £41 million Health Sciences and Education building will help reinforce Birmingham City University's status as the region’s largest provider of qualified health and social care professionals to the NHS and producer of more teachers than any other institution in the West Midlands.

The space will offer teacher training and specialist facilities for health sciences including provision for research, a new lecture theatre, a multi-purpose hall, speech therapy, physiotherapy and ultrasound suites, art and technology classrooms and IT hubs.

https://www.bbpmedia.co.uk/news/property-construction/housing-association-vice-chair-appointed-as-a-deputy.html

 

UK to establish global nursing partnership with Jamaica

As part of the UK governments plans to establish nursing partnerships with Jamaica; MDTi's CEO Martin Levermore attended an event in Sedgley within the West Midlands, along with other dignitaries including the British Priminister.

Click here to findout more about the governments nursing partnership plans.

 

Winning poster on the use of the Uflow meter for men with a urethral stricture presented at the UCLH Research in Clinical Pracrice conference.

Poster 'Improving Outpatient Clinical Care Efficiency for Urethral Stricture Patients Using the Home UFlow Meter' by Lock A.L, Dragova M, Frost A, Chiriaco G, Mundy A, Andrich presented at the “Research in clinical practice” conference as part of CNMR (Centre for Nurse and Midwife Led Research) UCLH (University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust).

Click here to see poster.

 

Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce February Newsletter Article

Click here to view the Key figures support new Commonwealth Chamber article.

 

MDTi May 2017 Newsletter

 

Click here to view the May 2017 MDTi Newsletter.

 

MDTi December 2016 Newsletter


Click here to view the December 2016 MDTi Newsletter.


MDTi Awarded the International Trade Council Certificate of Appreciation.


MDTi has been awarded the certificate of appreciation by the International Trade Council; for its service, support and contributions towards the International Trade Council Community.


 
Professor Rob Pickard Awarded the St. Peter's Medal


At its Annual Meeting on Friday 4 November 2016, the North East Urological Society (NEUS) celebrated the presentation of the 2016 St Peter's Medal to Professor Rob Pickard; who was instrumental in the development of the Uflow meter product.
 
Best Practice NEC Event

MDTi is attending the two day Best Practice event at the NEC in Birmingham (19th & 20th October 2016). 

 
MDTi's Thank You to The Sun Inn Event Attendees

MDTi would like to thank The Sun Inn, Howard, Beth and staff for hosting the Endometriosis UK Mad Pants Tea Party on 30th September.