Our case studies should demonstrate the value of the work the Surgical MIC does. These have been categorised by the type of impact that is important to our funders.
Examples of the MIC facilitating and accelerating the translation of new technologies or changes to service delivery to produce evidence for uptake into NHS
- Developing a device for earlier diagnosis of diagnosis of pre-cancerous colon polyps
- Significant News for Ileostomy Patients From OstomyCure AS
- STORM Lab engineers have helped show it is technically possible to guide a tiny robotic capsule inside the colon to take micro-ultrasound images.
Significant research advances which have the potential to impact on patient care or provide the evidence that contributes to a healthier workforce and wider population
Impact of MIC work on healthcare provision in the UK or overseas
MIC supported studies progressing into other NIHR funding streams
MIC activities attracting, retaining and supporting training and development of the best healthcare professionals
Successful collaborations across NIHR or with external organisations or partners
MIC supported work influencing other sectors outside of the health and social care system
Improved delivery of research
Patient and Public Involvement, Engagement and Participation which have had a positive impact on the work of the MIC
Actual or potential savings for NHS resources