Medical Innovation

2–3 October 2018
Edgbaston Stadium, Birmingham, UK



Conference Theme – Prolonged Care

Medical Innovation 2018 offers an opportunity for military, civil, humanitarian and emergency healthcare providers and planners to share research and experience innovations in medical practice and processes through national and international partnerships. This year’s conference will explore the development of Prolonged Care and its place in a wide range of scenarios where medical care is delivered in the pre-hospital setting.

The event provides the opportunity to nurture collaborative partnerships and share best medical practice across the military, humanitarian and emergency healthcare communities. It will help to consolidate knowledge and provide insight into the extraordinary world of emerging medical technologies. Technologies that are changing how medicine is being practiced and which offer the opportunity to improve patient outcome.



Medical Innovation 2018

What to Expect

This unrivalled two-day conference will bring together practitioners from across the medical spectrum to discuss and develop the theme of delivering care under conditions of reduced capability and limited resources in locations of increased challenge. It will explore the symbiosis between nursing and medical interventions and present innovative solutions and evolving concepts in the management and care of patients through medicine at the edge.  

Attend Medical Innovation to:

  • Learn from world leading professionals in prolonged care delivery, in both civilian and military settings
  • Discover new technologies & strategies to save lives and improve patient care
  • Network with international peers to share best practice
  • View brand new products and solutions from leading manufacturers
  • Delegates can earn 6 CPD credits per day at Medical Innovation 2018 and keep their skills and knowledge in the area of clinical capability up to date.


Medical Innovation Visiting

Who Should Attend?

  • Healthcare professionals at all levels, e.g. consultants, nurses, pre-hospital care practitioners and trainees.
  • Academia in all fields of study from engineering to pharmaceuticals, with an interest in developing collaborations for the improvement of prolonged care in the pre-hospital setting, and assisting in the development of techniques to decrease morbidity following these injury types.
  • Industry suppliers interested in identifying areas for co-operation and partnership between both defence and academics, which may enable the early exploitation of already available equipment but in alternative areas of use; and in formulating areas of research that develop treatment ideas and mitigation techniques.



Attend Medical Innovation 2018

Past Delegates Include

  • Accident and Emergency Consultants
  • Advisors in Remote Areas of Medical Care
  • Anaesthetists
  • Army Doctors
  • Army GP's
  • Biomedical Scientists
  • Combat Medical Technicians
  • Consultant Emergency Physicians
  • Consultants in Emergency Medicine & Pre-Hospital Care
  • Consultant Surgeons
  • Diagnostic Radiographers
  • Doctors
  • Emergency Medicine Doctors
  • Emergency Nurses
  • Flight Nurses
  • General Surgeons
  • GP Principal & Medical Officers
  • HART Paramedics
  • HEMS Paramedics
  • Intensive Care Nurses
  • Medical Directors
  • Medical Officers
  • Military Doctors
  • Nursing Officers
  • Occupational Health Specialists
  • Operating Department Practitioners
  • Paramedics
  • Physiotherapists
  • Procurement Officers
  • Trauma Coordinators
  • Trauma Surgeons

Trauma Innovation Exhibitor

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There is still time to confirm your stand space at Medical Innovation 2018.


Previous Exhibitors Include:



  • The event surpassed our expectations in terms of content and footfall. In addition, DMS’ s presence really helped to boost the medical capability proposition. The visitors that we saw were of high value. A job really well done!
    David Morgan
    Safe Triage
  • The event organised by DMS and Clarion Events proved to be an enormous and valuable centre piece, attracting vast numbers of interested delegates keen to understand the trauma pathway for service personnel injured on operations. A number of potential business opportunities are now being pursued with both UK and foreign delegates.
    Simon Burgess
    Blatchford Clinical Services
  • This is an excellent forum to showcase the latest products to representatives of military from across the globe. It is the ideal location to launch new products and to develop new business opportunities.
    James Lindop