Professor Dan Clark

Professor Dan Clark

Nottingham University Hospital NHS Trust
Head of Clinical Engineering

Why we invited Dan

Dan leads the Clinical Engineering service in Nottingham, one of the largest in Europe and provides the full scope of equipment services including: device evaluation, commissioning, service and maintenance, decommissioning and disposal. This service has specialist teams in renal technical support, non-ionising radiation, anaesthetics and ventilators and general medical and also provides a comprehensive equipment library service and a medical devices training unit. Dan also leads an innovation and research unit that designs and produces novel medical devices plus a device evaluation and adoption service (CHEATA – the Centre for Healthcare Equipment And Technology Adoption). He has considerable experience of evaluating new technologies and introducing them into the healthcare setting. Dan has an honorary chair in the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Nottingham where he supports a range of healthcare - related engineering research groups. He chairs the Trust’s Medical Devices Group and sits on a number of trust - wide risk committees. He is the Co - director of the Centre for Healthcare Technologies, a collaborative venture between Nottingham University and Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust specialising in the acceleration of curiosity driven science into adopted medical technology. He is also a member of NICE’s Medical Technology Advisory Committee.
 

Where you can see Dan

27 Sep 2017
Time:  14:00
Main Stage
Getting your medical device NHS ready - Professor Dan Clark, Chair - Centre for Healthcare Equipment and Technology Adoption (CHEATA)

Why you should attend this presentation

Prof Dan Clark leads the Clinical Engineering service at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, one of the largest Trusts in Europe, and holds an honorary chair in the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Nottingham. He has considerable experience of evaluating new technologies and medical devices and introducing them into the healthcare setting.

Clarkis a director of both the Centre for Healthcare Equipment and Technology Adoption (CHEATA) and the Centre for Healthcare Technologies (CHT).

CHEATA is part of Clinical Engineering at Nottingham University Hospitals offering contract - based support to clinical, academic and commercial medtech developers including regulatory compliance and to gather evidence for NHS adoption. CHEATA also forms part of the CHT, a collaborative venture between Nottingham University and Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust specialising in the acceleration of curiosity driven science into adopted medical technology. Clark also chairs the NUH NHS Trust’s Medical Devices Group, sits on a number of trust - wide risk committees and is an expert member of NICE’s Medical Technology Advisory Committee.

Dan Clark
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