Point-of-Care 3D Printing:
From Scan to Personalized Treatment in Hospitals

September 17, 2019 | King’s College London, UK

To us, 3D printing is not just a production method. It has sparked major innovations in industries across the board, including medicine. 3D planning and printing has enabled clinicians to go from scan to personalized treatment including patient-specific, 3D-printed anatomical models, manufactured directly at hospitals: the Point-of-Care.


As one of the leaders in the 3D printing field, Materialise invites you to join us and discover how you can implement this technology in your medical facility for cutting-edge patient care and to advance research. In addition, you can find out how these tools can be used across a hospital to easily connect with teams in different departments.

We will start the day by hearing from clinical experts who will explain the ins-and-outs of how they use this technology for their complex cases today. In the afternoon we will have hands-on sessions so you can learn how to use new tools and techniques yourself.



Take a close-up look at how clinicians are using 3D planning and printing for specific cases and get hands-on training on how you can use tools and techniques in your medical facility



Hear how others have built a business case for implementing in their medical facilities and have set up a workflow across departments.



Network with industry leaders and ask your 3D printing questions to experts, whether you’re an early-stage adopter or a seasoned user.

Visitors will discover:

  • Recent 3D printing success stories and case studies
  • Where to start with introducing 3D printing to your hospital
  • Best practices, pitfalls and solutions in setting up your own Point-of-Care 3D printing facility

Preliminary Agenda

9:00 - 9:30 Registration and coffee
9:30 - 9:40
Welcome message
9:40 - 10:00

Introduction: business models, integrated 3D printing facility

Kuberan Pushparajah - King’s College London

Fiametta Fedele - Guy’s and St Thomas’s NHS Foundation Trust (GSTT)

10:00 - 10:20

The development of a 3D-based planning laboratory facility at King’s College Hospital: Implications for multispecialty development

Rob Bentley - King’s College London

10:20 - 10:40
Cardiology: Cardiac malformation reconstruction

Dr. Isra Valverde - King’s College London
10:40 - 11:00

Cardiac surgery: Applications in cardiac surgery

Simone Speggiorin - King’s College London

11:00 - 11:20
Coffee break
11:20 - 11:40

Emma Jones - Guy’s and St Thomas’s NHS Foundation Trust (GSTT)

Nick Byrne - Guy’s and St Thomas’s NHS Foundation Trust (GSTT)
11:40 - 12:00
12:00 - 12:20

The workflow from images to a 3D model to be used for clinical care

Nick Byrne - Guy’s and St Thomas’s NHS Foundation Trust (GSTT)

12:20 - 13:40
13:40 - 14:00

Using software and 3D printing in hospitals


14:00 - 17:00

Hands-on workshop: how to go from medical images to a 3D-printable anatomical model

(coffee break included)

17:00 End of Course Day
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About King’s College London

King’s is ranked 21st in the world* and is London’s most central university – with four campuses by the River Thames and one in south London. Our faculties, institutes and schools deliver world-leading research which has led to groundbreaking new discoveries and underpins all of King’s teaching.

*QS World University Rankings, 2016