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B.R.I.G.H.T: Ideate 1 day workshop 14th November 2019
This event is now closed
Bringing together Planet Innovation’s award-winning B.R.I.G.H.T framework with the skills and expertise of Australia’s only dedicated digital health commercialisation accelerator, ANDHealth.
This one day workshop is designed for early stage digital health innovators who are ideating or developing their prototype or seeking initial customers.
Perth Biodesign for Digital Health Part-time over 3 months Feb – June 2020
Applications for the 2020 cohort are now closed
Have an interest in digital health innovation but not a specific idea? Part-time over 3 months, participants will be placed in teams to identify digital and mobile health challenges in clinical settings, learn how to apply the Biodesign method to research and evaluate needs, and then use the Curve Tomorrow Way to ideate solutions and plan to implement. We welcome anyone interested in digital health to apply, particularly those with backgrounds in the following areas:
Small group coaching from a team of industry commercialisation experts, for 12 digital health companies.
Designed for digital health companies with a business concept they want to develop within a proven innovation framework, establishing feasibility and seeking practical skills and insights to prepare for achieving success. Run by ANDHealth and Planet Innovation.
Investor Forum June 2020 Open to all WA-Based digital health companies to present to investors and industry
More details coming soon
Led by Telethon Kids Institute, the WA Digital Health Accelerator has been made possible thanks to funding from the New Industries Fund, managed by the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation and our program partners: Telethon Kids Institute, UWA, Curtin University, Murdoch University, Linear Clinical Research, Perron Institute for Neurological and Translational Science, Lions Eye Institute, Ear Science Institute Australia, Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, Curve Tomorrow and ANDHealth.
Funders and Partners
The WA Digital Health Accelerator has been funded by an XTEND WA grant from the New Industries Fund, managed by the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation