Scottish Health Innovations Ltd


SHIL Commercial Development Manager

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SHIL would like to welcome Albert Nicholl to our team as our new Commercial Development Manager. 
Albert is an experienced business and sales development specialist with over 20 years in the areas of business development, sales marketing management and cross functional leadrership in biotech, pharmaceutical and medical device sectors in the UK, Europe and USA.
Albert has an outstanding track record of improving sales and revenue while developing business from the outset and has previosuly worked in both the SME sector and for large multi-nationals such as Stryker and Orthofix. 

Welcome to Our New Chairman

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SHIL would like to welcome Graham Watson our new Chairman. 


Graham Watson LLB CA FRSA is the founder of Positive Leadership Limited, a strategic leadership consulting firm. He is a member of Court and chair of the Court finance committee of Heriot-Watt University, a member of Council of the Law Society of Scotland and a non-executive director of North Lanarkshire Leisure Limited, where he is also chair of the audit committee. He was formerly a partner in Deloitte, based in the UK and USA. His background includes many years of board level corporate advisory experience in a variety of industry sectors where he has helped business leaders, entrepreneurs and investors maximise the value of their businesses in over 100 transactions with a combined value of over £2bn.


Graham succeeds Heleen Kist, we would like to thank Heleen for her leadership over the last 3 and a half years. 



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Scottish Health Innovations has a new Business Development Manager for NHS Grampian. Penny Harris will be the point of contact for sharing your ideas for new medical technology and any IP queries. Previously Penny was an intensive care nurse with special interest in pressure sore prevention and then went on to work as medical rep selling highly technical medical devices. With previous experience of the NHS and medical devices Penny brings extensive valuable knowledge to SHIL. To share your idea’s contact Penny by email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Showcase your Idea

Looking for an opinion on your idea from Clinicians or Industry? Having problems finding a suitable development partner for your technology?
Maybe you could use the 10th Convergent Technology Showcase to help you out. We are looking for 3 Industry and 3 NHS developed Technologies that would benefit from this input. The event will take place at the event on the 27th of May based at the Beardmore Hotel and Conference Centre, Clydebank.
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10th Convergent Technologies Showcase & Conference

Healthcare & Industry: challenges and opportunities - past, present, future

Wednesday 27th May 2015, The Beardmore Hotel & Golden Jubilee Hospital, Clydebank

an opportunity for the NHS, universities and industry to explore partnerships in health innovation


Keynote Speakers

 Dr Kevin Fong


Kevin is both astrophysicist, medical specialist and a natural storyteller. After training with NASA he now runs an intensive care unit, co-presents Health Check, teaches extreme environment physiology and works with the UK Science, Technology & Facilities Council. He’s also published Extremes – probing the limits of the human body. Kevin talks about the second space age (Mars in a month), risk management, and how exploration not only solves but creates problems.


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Please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 01786 448333 for more information.




SCRAM Bag Launches at Retrieval 2015

ParAid in conjunction with SHIL, will lanuch the Structured Critical Airway Management (SCRAM) Bag at Retreival 2015, The UK's National pre-hospital and Critical Care Transfer Conference.
The SCRAM bag allows a structured approach to airway management, when getting it right first time really matters. This is achieved through an integrated kit dump that can be prepared at the time the bag is stocked, checked and then sealed ready to be used, reducing the risk of error during the delivery of a high-risk lifesaving intervention.
The invention is the brain child of Neil Sinclair and Paul Swinton of the Scottish Ambulance Service.
For Futher Information on the SCRAM Bag please see below. 
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