10-13 September 2019 | Excel London

Medical Innovation Conference

Medical Innovation Conference

Medical Innovation Conference

Delivered in partnership with Defence Medical Services (DMS), Medical Innovation 2019 will focus on ‘Enhancing Resilience’. The conference aims to showcase the current research activity and clinical innovation of military and civilian personnel to enhance resilience. As a concept resilience is complex. It is a relatively abstract term with various definitions that are entirely reliant upon the context to which it is applied; whether that be as a process, a patient outcome or a behavioural trait. However, what is clear is the importance placed upon enhancing resilience in the workplace.

The intent of Medical Innovation 2019 is to provide healthcare professionals with an opportunity to share novel ideas and a greater understanding of how their engagement with the multidisciplinary construct of resilience is transforming care in a multitude of settings, both in the UK and overseas. The programme will encourage collaboration between military and civilian organisations and will appeal to those with an interest in supporting personnel irrespective of their role along the entire patient care pathway.

The conference agenda and speakers will be announced in due course.

Medical Innovation is an annual conference which alternates between Birmingham and London (where it takes place at DSEI).





  • DSEI is a landmark event presenting to the world the excellence of the UK defence and security businesses. We expect to welcome high level international delegations to take part in meetings with our strategic partners. For us in government it is hugely important, an important showcase, a stage for diplomacy, a platform for the international engagement. We are really looking forward to DSEI in September 2017.
    Harriett Baldwin MP, Minister for Defence Procurement
    UK MOD
  • I very much look forward to continuing my personal support to DSEI. It provides an excellent opportunity to explore the development of airpower capability, through engagement with the widest range of industry and international partners.
    Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Hillier KCB CBE DFC MA RAF Chief of the Air Staff
    Royal Air Force
  • I much look forward to DSEI 17. We intend to build on the very positive experience of DSEI 15 as we construct the partnerships we need to deal with the complexity of the future operating environment
    General Sir Nicholas Carter KCB CBE DSO ADC Gen Chief of the General Staff
    British Army
  • Once again the Royal Navy is proud to be at the vanguard of DSEI 2019 and I look forward to what I know will be a hugely beneficial opportunity for us all to explore maritime warfare development with so many partners from industry and academia, and with our counterparts from overseas.
    Admiral Sir Philip Jones KCB ADC, The First Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Staff
    Royal Navy
  • DSEI 17 will offer Joint Forces Command the opportunity to report on our plans for the future, in particular on operationalising our Warfare In The Information Age concept. I am looking forward to it.
    General Sir Chris Deverell Commander Joint Forces Command
  • DSEI is a highlight within the defence calendar, I use it to find out what the most recent developments are in every technological area affecting for defence. Without DSEI I fear this sort of interaction, information exchange and knowledge of developments across all domains would be lost. DSEI is an invaluable international biannual event .
    Rt Hon Dr Julian Lewis MP, Chairman, House of Commons Defence Select Committee
    UK Parliament
  • DSEI is a fantastic showcase for defence companies where international buyers, sellers, developers, thinkers, educators and the trainers can all get together. The UK defence industry is looking to recruit more engineers, scientists and developers into 200,000 jobs and up to 10,000 apprentices within UK defence companies. DSEI is an excellent tool to highlight the challenges the industry face as well as showcase its capabilities domestically and overseas.
    James Gray MP, House of Commons Defence Committee
    UK Parliament

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