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JCR. 2020; 7(8): 1154-1159


IDENTIFYING FUTURE PROSPECT OF 3D BIOPRINTING IN MALAYSIA

Eta Wahab, Alina Shamsuddin, Wan Nurul Karimah Wan Ahmad, Nurazwa Ahmad, Law Xin Wei.

Abstract
This study aims to determine the key drives and future trend of 3D bioprinting in Malaysia. Both qualitative and quantitative method had been used in this study. A STEEPV (social, technology, economic, environment, political and value) analysis had been used to determine the drivers and to develop the scenario of 3D bioprinting in Malaysia. A total of 384 questionnaire had been distributed to medical industries with a response rate of 37.26%. Impact-uncertainty had been utilized in the second phase of the study. The top two drivers found were availability of funding for 3D bioprinting adoption and the focus of medical researcher on 3D bioprinting. Four scenarios had been proposed at the end of the study, which is prosperous of 3D bioprinting, sluggish of 3D bioprinting adoption, deficiency of funding, and destructibility of technology. This paper provided additional knowledge about future trend of 3D bioprinting in Malaysia.

Key words: 3D bioprinting, STEEPV, foresight



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