News & Events-Frazer-Nash supports Devices for Dignity event

Frazer-Nash is pleased to be a Bronze sponsor for "My Dignity Means: A Patient-led Event" organised by the Devices for Dignity (D4D) Healthcare Technology Co-operative.

The event, to be held on Tuesday 2 June 2015 at the Millennium Gallery, Sheffield , includes patient speakers, discussions, and themed sessions on dignity and device design; assistive and rehabilitative technologies; urinary continence management and renal technologies.

Frazer-Nash will be showcasing it's expertise within the health and well-being sector and demonstrating how our systems approach and engineering expertise can be applied to improve the quality of people's lives. Within the health sector, we've found new ways of doing things, applied our technical skills to both new and existing products, and solved problems using ideas from other industries.

Underpinning our work, is our people's desire to solve complex problems; using skills in materials; mechanical design; electrical and electronic systems; fluids; systems and processes; human factors, and project management.

About D4D
D4D Healthcare Technology Co-operative is a national initiative funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) to drive forward innovative new products, processes and services to help people living with long time conditions.

The organisation aims to make a difference to the well-being of patients, the effectiveness of the NHS, and the wealth of the nation. Working with inventors, clinical and healthcare staff, industry, academics, charities, the public and patients, it brings real solutions to areas of unmet clinical and patient need.

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