Biomedical and Clinical Engineering Conference 2019

The National Biomedical & Clinical Engineering Conference 2019

The evolution of the Biomed in the age of digital healthcare

We are pleased to invite you to The National Biomedical & Clinical Engineering Conference on Thursday 28th November 2019. We are thrilled to bring you a highly topical programme covering the role of AI in healthcare, Barrier Management, KPI Biomed community, medical apps and much more. 


The conference is FREE to attend, please complete the registration form below to reserve a place.

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Thursday 28th November 2019
East Midlands Conference Centre, Beeston Lane, The University of Nottingham, NG7 2RJ

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Welcome from Chair - Ted Mullen

The use and regulation of medical apps in the NHS - Finalising

KPI Biomed Community - Stephen Grimes

Refreshments & exhibition

Barrier Management Finalising

The role of the Medical Device Safety Officer- Bev Curitis

Philips Update - Finalising

Biomeds Vs IT / IT transformation Panel - Jonathan Silver, Rick Kirkbright and Stephen Grimes

A Vision for Critical Care monitoring and ventilation - Finalising

Skills and Demand -  Stephanie Baxter

Closing Remarks -  Ted Mullen

The conference promises to be engaging, insightful and a great opportunity for you to network with colleagues from across the UK. If you are interested in attending the conference but need a little help signing off with senior management, we have put together a letter to support you. The agenda to be released soon.
David Sutton

David Sutton, Biomed conference Vice-Chair, President of the Paisley Art Institute


David joined the NHS in 1971 at Southern General Hospital in Scotland, and progressed all the way up to Principal Medical Technical Officer covering two major hospitals and retired as Head of Service, Medical Equipment Management, for NHSGGC. He is currently President of the Paisley Art Institute. David joined the steering committee in 2004 where he now sits as Vice-Chair to Michael Deighan.

Professor Michael Deighan

Professor Michael Deighan, Biomed Conference Chair


Michael is Heritage Chair for the Good Governance Institute. He is the Ambassador for the British Liver Trust and Chair of the Scottish Board. He Chairs and advises Boards in the Public, Private and Arts sectors.

Ted Mullen

Ted Mullen, Head of Service for Medical Equipment Management, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Biomed Conference Chair


Ted has worked in Medical Equipment Management for 34 years, working in major teaching and district general hospitals around the Glasgow and Clyde region, broken only by a year in St Mary’s Hospital, Portsmouth in the late 1980’s.

Manjit Obhrai

Manjit Obhrai, Former Medical Director, Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust and Associate Postgraduate Dean, Health Education West Midlands


Since leaving the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust Manjit is working as an Associate Postgraduate Dean at Health Education West Midlands in their professional support unit supporting doctors in difficulty. In addition to this he has also taken on a role to deliver revalidation for doctors in training.

Jill Grey

Jill Grey,Team Leader in Clinical Engineering, Cardiff


Jill is part of the NHS in the Clinical Engineering Department at the University Hospital of Wales as an electronics technician. She has been in the department for the last 29 years, working through the ranks to her current post.

Jonathan Silver, Medical Devices and Incidents Manager, Medical Physics and Clinical Engineering, St. George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust