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Our Partners

The MedTech Foundation celebrates interdisciplinary work and encourages fostering an environment of collaborative innovation. MTF would not be able to do the work it does without the support of its many partners and collaborators. Here, we want to acknowledge those partners and collaborators by encouraging you to find out more about them and the work they do.

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BSI is the UK's national standards body, representing the UK globally in economic and social interests, and helping to improve the quality and safety of products, services and systems. BSI's mission is to share knowledge, innovation and best practice, and support research through their university partnerships.


The Medical Defence Union is a leading organisation, dedicated to providing indemnity cover and medico-legal advice to healthcare professionals for when things go wrong. The MDU provides free membership for students, as well as support for elective placements and examinations.

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Bionabu is an education and networking platform for those interested in MedTech. From helping to bring new ideas to fruition, to providing mentorship from industry specialists, Bionabu makes MedTech more accessible to individuals, and sets them up with the skills needed or a future in innovation. 

The Association for Surgeons in Training (ASiT) is a UK-based professional body representing surgical trainees and trainers. It aims to promote excellence in surgical training and provide support and networking opportunities for its members throughout the year via its workshops and conferences.


The National Institute for Health and Care Research is one of the UK's biggest funders of research. Established in 2006, the NIHR works alongside individuals, the NHS, universities and local government to deliver cutting edge research into improving the health and wellbeing of patients.


BOTA is a not-for-profit organisation that works to promote and improve the standards of orthopaedic training in the UK, as well as representing the interests of orthopaedic trainees. BOTA works closely alongside its parent company, the British Orthopaedic Association, to achieve its goals.

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