Translate: Me – Innovation Bootcamp is a hands on, three-day residential workshop designed to empower Early Career Researchers and Postgraduate research students to innovate more effectively, navigating the complexities of getting ideas developed, adopted and spread throughout the NHS.
This session is designed for research staff and students with an interest in medical technologies innovation, looking to use social media professionally as an individual. The day will introduce participants to managing and raising their professional profile through the use of traditional and social media; and communicating research and its significance outside academia. In an era where we are globally connected through digital and social media, self-promotion is a skill that modern academics must develop to raise the profile of their research and gain maximum impact for their work.
Translate Me: Regulatory Affairs for Medical Devices This workshop provides an introduction to the regulatory requirements for placing medical devices on the market. It will help participants to understand the regulatory pathway to CE marking a device. As well as guiding delegates through the Medical Device Directive, this workshop will also provide information about other […]
From October 2017 to February 2018, mHabitat are hosting a series of seminars focussing on health informatics. The seminar series will be led by Mohannad Alajlani, a teaching fellow at Yorkshire Centre for Health Informatics. Mohannad is teaching in the health informatics Masters programme at the University of Leeds and has years of experience in research and teaching in the UK and overseas.
During one of the most complex and challenging times for the NHS, an accelerated drive to improve efficiency and use of technology has been put at the forefront of national and local strategies. The aim is to deliver better care and meet rising demand for services by taking advantage of the available resources, data and technologies.