EPIC Legacy Lunch Workshop
  • Sherwell Centre, University of Plymouth

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In this workshop for colleagues across the University of Plymouth, we will use examples from the eHealth Productivity and Innovation in Cornwall (EPIC) project to show the potential for working with businesses, patient groups, and health and care providers in research, knowledge transfer, and implementation in digital health.
We will include case studies of the many companies we have worked with in robotics, AI, product evaluation, service delivery and training, and describe how EPIC helped in getting further grants, including from ESRC and EPSRC. There will be plenty of opportunity to discuss new collaborations, grant applications, as well as ways of embedding digital health into the curriculum. And there’s a free lunch!
AGENDA
  • 10:00 | Registration and welcome coffee
  • 10:30 | EPIC’s legacy: Future research and education possibilities by director Professor Ray Jones MBE
  • 11:00 | Robotics
  • 11:30 | Product evaluation
  • 12:00 | Lunch and networking
  • 12:45 | AI/Machine Learning
  • 13:15 | Service delivery and training
  • 13:45 | Tea/coffee break
  • 14:00 | Building expertise and networks from EPIC
  • 14:30 | Closing discussion: Opportunities for the University after EPIC by Professor Sheena Asthana and Professor Ray Jones MBE
Visit the Eventbrite webpage for full details and to register, or email kirsty.marrs@plymouth.ac.uk for further information.

About EPIC

eHealth Productivity and Innovation in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly (EPIC) acts to connect a variety of stakeholders across the eHealth ecosystem in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly to strengthen the innovation network and help to bolster sustainability. Our support is completely bespoke to each business registered with us. Whether you would benefit from funding to test the feasibility of your idea, a bit of direction to help you evaluate or evidence your product, understand your end user or upskill yourself at our events – there is something to suit everyone.
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