The EPIC project has been working with a wide range of stakeholders, encompassing health and care providers and patients, as well as Cornish technology companies, policy makers and commissioners – and all groups between, to identify the real-world problems and develop innovative solutions rooted in need, together.
These collaborations will not only create useful products and services that could benefit our health and wellbeing, but will boost the local economy by creating jobs, with the potential to export the solutions nationally and globally.
As innovation projects are often only funded for a number of years, how do we keep all stakeholders connected and productive once the projects come to an end?
This session will be lead by Dr Seb Stevens, EPIC Research Fellow. Please register your place via the Eventbrite webpage* to express your interest for this online event.