Dave Gray caught up with Julia Herbert, clinical director, Femeda, and Andrew Tasker, CEO to find out about the design principles behind femtech products. Read more


What does 2019 have in store for medtech? Dave Gray looks ahead. Read more


Lu Rahman discusses how even small changes in medical devices can bring about big changes to both the healthcare system and the patient. Read more


The NHS is making a device available to women with stress urinary incontinence (SUI) to help them strengthen their pelvic floor muscles. Read more


Harriet Forsyth is an analyst at ClearViewIP. Her report, Femtech & IP, outlines how insights into the market prove that the femtech trend isn’t a fad and is definitely worth the hype. Read more


The time has come to take note of the female-focussed healthtech hitting the market, says Lu Rahman. Read more


In this minisode of the MedTalk Podcast, Dave and Reece are live in London for a trio of tech events: Wearable Technology Show, Wired Health and Future Healthcare. Read more


It’s always good to think about female health – its pioneers, the medtech aimed at women and made by women – particularly on International Women's Day Read more


It's been on the horizon for a while but 2018 looks set to be the year that femtech - the female-focussed healthech movement - hits the mainstream Read more


British femtech brand Elvie will be just one of the brands in the so-called 'femtech' space to exhibit at this year's Medica trade show in Dusseldorf. Read more


The lack of women in high-ranking medtech positions is nothing new. With the rise of a new sector dedicated to female health products and devices – femtech – Lu Rahman asks whether this might help boost the number of women in healthtech careers? Read more

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Hearing the name Gwyneth Paltrow and medical device in the same sentence obviously caught my attention. But to discover she is under fire from a marketing watchdog for misleading product claims really was music to my ears… Read more