Translate: Me – NHS Strategy & Adoption and Market Assessment
Could your research help patients in the healthcare setting? Could it lead to faster services or diagnostic tests?
Are you keen to get practical use of your research in the NHS?
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.
- What is innovation and what is it in the NHS?
- The NHS Innovation landscape and barriers to innovation
- How the development process works and the stages involved
- Genuine unmet clinical need – what is it and how to look
- What’s out there already? (Market Assessment)
- Scoping solutions – the creative process
- Taking stock – Innovation Disclosure
- Gaining support – Understanding the help available key people to engage with
By the end of the day you will:
- Understand the innovation landscape in which the NHS works and the key stakeholders
- Understand the process by which new products and services are developed
- Be able to assess clinical unmet need and research potential existing solutions
- Efficient and appropriate use of creativity tools to scope your solution using need criteria
- Produced an informed summary of your idea to start gathering support (within your organisation and with potential customers/consumers)
The workshop will be run by Dr Fabian Seymour of Medipex Ltd.
Medipex is the regional NHS Innovation Hub for the Yorkshire & Humber region helping NHS staff commercialise their ideas and innovations.
Fabian has over 10 years’ experience in designing and delivering commercialization and enterprise modules and courses. He combines his experience in technology transfer activities and inward investment with his passion for training, development and empowering people.
Spaces are limited and registration is essential. Exclusively open to research staff and students at Translate partner universities.
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