GLOBAL eHEALTH RESEARCH AND INNOVATION CLUSTERGlobal e-health Research Cluster

Events

The Global eHealth Research and Innovation Cluster will hold a number of networking events throughout the year.

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Upcoming Events

eHealth Innovation Seminar

When: Friday 16 May 2014

Where: Newcastle City Hall

Description: The eHealth Innovation Seminar will be held in conjunction with the 2014 Hunter Innovation Forum. Attendees will hear about the benefits of engaging with the Global eHealth Research and Innovation Cluster.

Find out about:

  • Collaborative Engagement: What are the benefits for industry partners?
    • Working with academics partners - what does it involve?
    • Gaining a strong evidence-base to inform decision and policy making
    • Tax benefits of research collaboration Potential commercial benefits of research collaboration Practical
  • Matters: Research teams, project time-frames and deliverables
  • Intellectual property and how partnership agreements are formed
  • A case study of a recent successful industry and university partnership translated internationally with commercial and intellectual property outcomes

Challenges raised at this two hour, interactive seminar will be collated for use at the eHealth Solutions Roundtable to be held at the HMRI Building on 19 June 2014.

Expressions of Interest: to Kate Hayes - kate.hayes@newcastle.edu.au or T: +61 2 4921 5287

eHealth Solutions Roundtable

When: Thursday 19 June 2014

Where: HMRI Building, John Hunter Grounds, New Lambton

Description: Following on from the eHealth Innovation Seminar (16 May 2014), the Global eHealth Research and Innovation Cluster will host a Solutions Roundtable.

At the Roundtable, participants will discuss current health and technology challenges facing the relevant industries. Three separate streams built around the challenges identified at the eHealth Innovation Seminar will be facilitated by representatives from the cluster with the aim of identifying possible innovative and collaborative solutions.

The Solutions Roundtable will consist of a morning session and an afternoon session (repeat of morning session) with a combined networking lunch.

Expressions of Interest: to Kate Hayes - kate.hayes@newcastle.edu.au or T: +61 2 4921 5287