In this bootcamp, delegates will develop their skills and understanding of medtech innovation over three days, and learn how to navigate the complexities of getting ideas developed, adopted and spread throughout the ever changing landscape of the NHS.
Translate are collaborating with NIHR CYPtech MIC (Children and Young People MedTech Co-operative) and NIHR Devices for Dignity MIC (D4D) to run an innovation workshop, aiming to further explore the needs of children living with rare diseases and to begin exploring potential technology solutions.
This one-day workshop will look at how to start innovating in the NHS context, and will provide you with the practical tools to assess your research for potential in a healthcare setting. Using real case studies, we’ll explore how innovation works in the NHS, the opportunities and potential pitfalls to avoid when developing your research into something that can benefit patients.
This course aims to raise awareness of the role of health economics in the development of new technologies, and to help researchers understand how health economics can be used at all stages of the innovation pathway. It will also offer opportunities to gain insights into technology development through activities and discussion.