The use of new medical devices: "first do no harm"

The iBRA study demonstrated that a variety of different types of mesh and implants are used in breast reconstruction. Many of these are new products with little long term outcome data. The recent Cumberlege report highlighted a lack of oversight when new medical devices are introduced. This webinar discussed the Cumberlege report, the importance of informed consent and the need for a robust database/ research network for assessing new medical devices. this webinar was held on 3 November 2020 at 7:00 pm.

Start Date: 03/11/2020

End Date: 03/11/2020

Duration: 1 hour

This webinar will be interactive with participants being able to ask questions of the speakers. 

 ABS would like to thank the following companies for their support of the webinar series: 

   

 

                                

Programme:

Chair: Mr Ashu Gandhi, University Hospital of South Manchester

 

  • Summary of Cumberlege report

          Miss Sarah Downey, James Paget Healthcare NHS Trust

  • Montgomery and consent

           Mr Jim Duffy, Barrister, 1 Crown Office Row, London

  • iBRA-net, mechanism to safely introduce new devices and techniques

          Professor Chris Holcombe, The Royal Liverpool University Hospitals

Panel discussion

Summing up and conclusions

 

 

 

 

 

Questions and discussions

Registration is now closed


If you have a query relating about registering for this webinar please contact mbartholomew@absgbi.org.uk

Registered delegates should receive the link for the webinar by 3pm on Tuesday 3rd November.  If you have not received the link by this time please contact lucydavies@absgbi.org.uk