Our exhibitor hosted workshops are free of charge for delegates to attend.


2019 EBME Expo workshop

Day one: 30 June 2021


Day two: 1 July 2021


More details of the 2021 workshops and how to book them will be available here shortly


 Book a FREE workshop on Wednesday 30th June 2021


Ultrasound Quality Assurance (QA) – What You Need to Know

Ultrasound Probes – First-Line Evaluation Masterclass

Management of Ultrasound Maintenance

Multi-Medix Ltd & Advanced Ultrasound Electronics Ltd

Multi-Medix Ltd & Advanced Ultrasound Electronics Ltd - Stand B21


Session 1 - Ultrasound Quality Assurance (QA) – What You Need to Know

  • Understand why ultrasound QA is essential for patient safety.
  • Simple steps to start QA and enhance safety.
  • Next steps to a complete QA program.

Session 2 - Ultrasound Probes – First-Line Evaluation Masterclass

  • Ultrasound probesLearn how to quickly and simply evaluate an ultrasound probe and assess its fitness for use.
  • This hands-on practical session will give you all the knowledge, procedures and tools to go back and be confident when approaching first-line issues with ultrasound probes.
  • FREE Quick Guide, Test Tool and Certificate, and ongoing assess to our support service.

Session 3 – Management of Ultrasound Maintenance

  • Different options and maintenance strategies.
  • Understanding the pros and cons.
  • Improving service and maximizing savings.

All Attendees will get a certificate.


  • Session 1 – 10:00 to 10:30 & 14:00 to 14:30
  • Session 2 – 10:45 to 11:30 & 14:45 to 15:30
  • Session 3 – 11:45 to 12:15 & 15:45 to 16:15


  • Darren Woolley
  • Dr Nick Dudley
  • Stephen Hodgson

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ECRI Healthcare Technology Procurement Toolbox

Four Sessions (30-40 min per session)

Philip HodsmanSynopsis:
What drives the decision making process of procurement of medical technologies.

Workshop highlighting the inventory management and procurement tools available to help you identify, evaluate and budget for the most appropriate and safe medical devices.

Free resources provided to attendees based on their current procurement projects.

Philip Hodsman and Rob Davies

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The Increasing Importance of Equipment Uptime

As the demands on healthcare continue to increase, there are higher pressures on equipment to perform at it's best and remain available for clinical use. Sustainable savings can be made by making better use of existing equipment and investing in appropriate maintenance contracts to minimise the risk of equipment failure.

Olympus recognises the impact equipment failure (downtime) has on the delivery of clinical services, and the potential financial losses incurred when procedures are delayed, or at worst cancelled due to equipment being unavailable.

Olympus In focus

Are you interested in how equipment uptime contributes to a hospitals efficiency and how this can directly impact a patients experience?

Join us for one of our workshops which will be run in three, 30 minute slots throughout the day in addition to drop in sessions at various times throughout the day (drop in sessions: TBC)

Time Slots:

  • 11:00am
  • 13:30pm
  • 15:15pm


Please register your interest by completing the form below.

Book a FREE workshop on Wednesday 30th June 2021


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Patient Deterioration; Addressing the human factor

Time: 09:15  – 09:45  (30 Min Session)

It has become increasingly apparent that many doctors and nursing staff are unable to manage a deteriorating patient in an appropriate, timely fashion. Several clinical studies clearly show that delaying resuscitation increases the likelihood of organs failing due to inadequate oxygen delivery to these tissues. This in turn can lead to unexpected death, unexpected cardiac arrests, and unplanned admissions to the critical care unit.

Medical care is extremely complex and this complexity coupled with inherent human performance limitations, even in skilled, experienced, highly motivated individuals, ensures there will be mistakes.

Paul Hinchley
Clinical Manager, Connected Care


Physiology for the Biomed

Time: 11:00 – 11:45 (45 Min Session)

Basic level physiology and how it relates to patient monitoring. Understanding Physiology adds context to the technology solutions used in patient monitoring, bridging the gap between technology and clinical care .

Phil Osborne
Pre Sale Co-ordinator


In House Repair and Maintenance of the new Philips 867041 CO2 Unit

Time: 13.30 – 14.15 (45 Min Session)

Unlike earlier generations that had to be factory exchanged, all parts are available to hospital biomed engineers for our new CO2 extension modules.

This session will demonstrate how swift replacement of damaged or failed parts can be undertaken  – thus saving the hospital a significant amount of time and reducing costs – and how the unit can be calibrated and tested post repair.

Stewart Clarke
Technical Training Engineer


Ultrasound servicing: Identifying the problem!

Time: 15.15 – 15.45 (30 Min Session)

Being able to investigate the problem is half the job sometimes. With this session you will be taken through the switch-on sequence to help you determine what and where the problem lays. This will help when reporting the problem, meaning that we can send the correct resource and parts for first time right jobs.

Harry Howie
Ultrasound – Technical Modality Lead


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Sonosite PX: The Next Generation

Fuji Film - Sonosite workshops at the EBME Expo

Sonosite PX is the first of our next generation of point-of-care ultrasound systems, an all-new, hybrid platform built from the ground-up. Sonosite PX delivers:

  • Our most advanced image clarity, ever with a new speckle reduction technology, aided by a new family of advanced transducers allowing clinicians to better visualise anatomy for improved time to diagnosis and treatment
  • Improved workflow efficiency features both on the system and in the reinvented Sonosite PX stand that help clinicians overcome workflow and environmental challenges
  • A work surface that adapts from horizontal and vertical for optimal bedside ergonomics and patient access

Session 1 – 10:30am – 11:15am
Session 2 – 13:30pm – 14:15pm
Session 3 – 14:45pm – 15:30pm

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More details of the 2021 workshops and how to book them will be available here shortly