Digital Health Catalyst Technology Collaboration Workshop
Tuesday 28th November,¬†Park Inn Nottingham, Mansfield Road, Nottingham NG5 2BT
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
KTN’s Knowledge Transfer Manager for Life Sciences, David Calder, will speak at and be available for one to one discussions at an event organised by Medilink in Nottingham on Tuesday 28th November. David will be working alongside Innovate UK‘s Lead Tech in this domain, Chris Sawyer.
The workshop will provide:
- KTN and Innovate UK overview
- Overview of Innovate UK Digital Health programme
- Q&A panel discussion
- Possible collaboration opportunities
This free to attend event is being held as part of the INSTILS programme (Inspiring¬†Networking to¬†Stimulate¬†Technology¬†Innovation in¬†Life¬†Sciences) – a project part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund.
Brief information about the Innovate UK programme:
Innovate UK is investing up to ¬£35 million through the Digital Health Technology Catalyst, in projects that develop new digital technology solutions to healthcare challenges. The Digital Health Technology Catalyst, which is a 4-year programme, recently closed round 1, however planning for round 2 is now in progress.
The first competition sought ideas that have the potential to achieve one or more of the following:
‚Ä¢ improve patient outcomes
‚Ä¢ transform healthcare delivery
‚Ä¢ enable more efficient delivery of healthcare
While these objectives are core to the programme, your views on potential changes/additions will be of great value, so the event hopes to cover such feedback.
David Calder said: “I’m delighted to take part in this event and look forward to understanding how the DHTC can support innovation in digital health and care”.
To book your free place, please book online here.