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Walbrook PR appointed by MedaPhor Group plc

01 May 2016

Walbrook PR, which provides high quality Financial PR and Investor Relations to Small Cap and AIM listed companies, announces its appointment to AIM listed MedaPhor Group plc, the global provider of advanced ultrasound education simulators for medical professionals.

MedaPhor has developed a technology that helps medical students simulate an ultrasound scanning procedure, which replicates being taught one-on-one by an expert. By following a training programme medical professionals receive the practice and confidence to have the skills and competence to carry out the procedure on patients.

Founded in 2004, the Company has customers in over 20 countries across the world and has three of the world's leading ultrasound training and examination simulators - ScanTrainer, ScanTrainer Examine and HeartWorks:

ScanTrainer is a world-leading ultrasound skills training simulator and Continuing Professional Development platform offering an immersive, 24/7 self-learning experience. Features include real feel haptic feedback, real full anatomy scans, real-time expert guidance, structured curriculum learning, metric-based assessment and an extensive cloud pathology library with the unique ability to add your own patient scans. ScanTrainer's flexible education platform empowers faster and better learning at any stage of a doctor or sonographer's medical career.

ScanTrainer Examine is MedaPhor's new ultrasound skills examination simulator for hospitals and examination boards, which offers examiners a library of pathologies and normal patient scans, combined with a realistic, virtual reality based scanning experience, with which to comprehensively test a clinician's ultrasound skills.

HeartWorks, developed by leading cardiac anaesthesiologists at University College London Hospitals, the HeartWorks simulators and online training materials are recognised as one of the most true-to-life and comprehensive educational tools for Transthoracic and Transoesophageal echocardiography. Medical practitioners can learn the complete anatomy of the heart, practise acquiring ultrasound images though correct probe positioning on a simulator, interpret those images to determine correct diagnosis and treatment, and finally be tested to ensure that all required competencies have been achieved to the highest standard.

For more information visit the Company's website:

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