29th June, 2024
Mercure Holland House Hotel,
Cardiff

Register

29th June, 2024
Mercure Holland House Hotel,
Cardiff

Register

Wellbeing

Recovery

Healthtech

Digital Health

Innovation

NHS

Wellbeing

Recovery

Healthtech

Digital Health

Innovation

NHS

Event Partners

MediWales Connects


NHS colleagues from across Wales, local companies and the wider industry sector will join to share clinical innovation in practice to improve patient outcomes.

The event includes presentations, workshops and networking.

The aims of the conference are to:

 

Get in touch to ask about the event at connects@mediwales.com

Register here

Member Rate: £185 + VAT

Non-Member Rate: £250 + VAT

Contact Ella if you’re interested in membership (ella.james@mediwales.com)

 

Keys reasons to get involved with MediWales Connects 2024
Innovation for a healthier Wales

This years theme is based on delivering adoption and building community healthcare partnerships

450 Delegates

Clinical NHS and care communities, industry and research professionals

Keynote presentations

Judith Paget CBE

Director General of Health and Social Services / Chief Executive NHS Wales

Interactive Workshops

Plenty of opportunities to get involved in the NHS led event

Exhibition Zones

Over 45 exhibitors to interact and network with

 

New Technologies

Innovative technology from a range of companies

Digital Health

Insights into the latest digital health technologies

NHS Innovations

Showcasing innovation and adoption in a clinical setting

Partnering Opportunities

Finding support and promotion for the future of healthcare

“MediWales Connects is a rich and thriving annual conference event in Wales. It creates a forum for a wide range of stakeholders to share ideas and interact on important emergent themes and activities. MediWales connects is a centre piece event for Life Sciences in Wales.”

Rob Orford,Welsh Government, Chief Scientific Advisor for Health

Programme


  • Building on the excellent work that has been done around innovation adoption, we will consider the challenges involved in scaling change and adoption of new products, services and processes that deliver impact for patients across the whole NHS.
  • Showcasing new technologies, digital health and NHS innovations
  • This NHS led event includes keynote presentations, interactive workshops and networking
  • NHS teams and colleagues from the health and care community across Wales, as well as the wider industry sector, will share clinical innovation and insights to improve patient outcomes.
  • Over 400 delegates from clinical and care communities, industry and academia from across Wales and the UK.
View 2023 Programme
Connects Statistics

“MediWales Connects offers a great networking opportunity between industry and healthcare professionals which facilitates innovation in this sector”

Designworks Windsor Ltd

“Another great MediWales event celebrating innovation in Wales – energy and enthusiasm, NHS and industry collaboration, networking and opportunities, innovation and more innovation – what more could you possibly want.”

Siôn Charles, Head of Strategy and Service Planning, ARCH

‘I found the partnering really helpful, it allowed me to arrange meetings with clinicians who were then able to pass me on to the right person within the health board

Nick SedgemoreNHS Key Account Manager, Bausch + Lomb
Media Partners
 

“Wanted to say that it was great to go to a well organised conference, that had so many interesting speakers and exhibitors. The MediWales conference stood out by being far above the average.”

Graham Cone, Project Manager, Regional Innovation Co-ordination Hub

 
 

“We very much enjoyed taking part in MediWales Connects. It was a really great networking opportunity and a good chance to spread the word about our work and the digital topic call. The delegates seemed very engaged and we heard great feedback about the presentations and workshops.”

Health Technology Wales

 
 

“Was a great event and some wonderful networking opportunities. Also great to hear the work that others are doing across the industry.”

Carla Dix, Strategic Innovations Programme Lead, Llesiant Delta wellbeing

 
 

“I very much enjoyed the MediWales connects event yesterday in Cardiff. I found it very interesting and valuable to network with others in similar fields and with similar interests.”

Hafwen Lewis, Assistant Technology Transfer Officer, AgorIP

 
 

“Many thanks for the opportunity to speak, we really enjoyed the day.”

Martin Scurr, CSO, Immunoserv