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David Beavis, Chair of the British Healthcare Trades Association’s (BHTA) Beds & Support Surfaces Section, will give tissue viability specialists insight into the association at the Tissue Viability Society (TVS) Conference this month.

In his session at 11.30am on 24th September, David will explore the benefits to tissue viability professionals of collaborating with BHTA members to improve patient care in the sector.

The 2021 TVS Conference takes place from 20th-24th September 2021. It will focus on the power of collaborative working to solve the skin and wound challenges that clinicians face every day. Its unique programme shares best practice amongst clinicians.

Attendees can listen to live lectures, interviews and discussions, visit TVS’ industry partners, and network with colleagues and speakers.

Healthcare professionals attending David’s presentation will gain knowledge of the BHTA and how it helps patient care, what free publications and resources are available to aid tissue viability nurses, and explore collaboration opportunities.

Having worked alongside tissue viability clinicians for over 25 years, David understands the unique challenges that tissue viability specialists face and how collaborating with industry to help overcome them.

David will further discuss the BHTA, its unique CTSI-approved Code of Practice and its extensive, helpful resources for healthcare professionals.

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David is the Director of MediSmart Technologies, Chair of the BHTA’s Beds & Support Surfaces Section, and interim Chair of the BHTA’s Pressure Care Seating & Positioning Section.

Representing over 400 companies in the healthcare and assistive technology industry, the BHTA supports its members to help ensure the best outcomes for the most vulnerable in society.

In June 2021, the BHTA expanded its team with the addition of William Lee and Samantha Lewis, joining as the association’s new Policy and Parliamentary Executive and Marketing Campaign Manager, respectively. The two recruits are helping drive policy agenda and brand awareness.

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