3D Printing for All with the Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust
About this webinar
A growing number of interventionists and surgeons are using 3D printing in their practice to prepare for procedures with more confidence. Did you know that this technology is not only used by renowned hospitals but can also be used in small district hospitals?
In this webinar, Chris Keating from Bath Hospital will share how he has implemented 3D printing and show you how quickly he has adopted it and how powerful it can be for everyone.
What you will learn
- The keys to successfully implementing a 3D printing lab within a district hospital
- How the technologist of the 3D lab, oral and maxillofacial surgeon, and OMFS clinical lead created a successful collaboration
- How to create segmentation with a live demonstration based on a CMF case
Advanced Digital OMFS & Dental Technologist, Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust
Chris has a keen interest in the application and implementation of digital technology in healthcare. Since joining the Trust in 2018, Chris has been involved with the design and implementation of a cutting-edge point-of-care digital OMFS service, which has resulted in the installation of specialist surgical planning software, advanced clinical imaging methods, and 3D printing.
Andrew M Felstead
Andrew M Felstead
Consultant Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon & OMFS Clinical Lead, Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust
Andrew M Felstead is a Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon at the Royal United Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Bath. Andrew obtained undergraduate degrees in dentistry and medicine from the Universities of Birmingham and Bristol respectively. He is experienced in the whole remit of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, including facial trauma, facial deformity, and salivary gland disease.
Application Engineer, Materialise Medical
Arsham is a Medical Application Engineer for the UK and Ireland regions, specializing in academia and clinical markets. He has been with Materialise for 2.5 years and is involved in both pre-sales technical diagnoses and post-sales technical support. He has a master’s degree from the University of Sheffield in bio-engineering, where his passion for technology and biology started.
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3D Printing in Medicine webinar series
This series of webinars highlights how leading hospitals worldwide have started or scaled their 3D printing program at the point of care. Inspirational speakers share how they have built their 3D printing program to be more efficient, improve patient care, increase cross-team collaboration, and more.