eHealth Innovation Seminar
Friday, 16 May 2014 from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm (AEST)
Are you a Health or Technology organisation?
What challenges do you face daily?
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 University of Newcastle's (UON) Global eHealth Research and Innovation Cluster.
When and Where
The Seminar will be held on Friday May 16 at Newcastle City Hall from 2:00pm until 4:00pm with networking from 4:00pm until 5:00pm.
|2:00-2:10||Welcome and overview of event||Dr Shamus Smith (UON)|
|2:10-2:20||Engaging with the University: What are the benefits for industry partners?||Professor Deb Hodgson (UON)|
|2:20-2:30||R&D Tax Incentive Information||Jo Fisher (AusIndustry)|
|2:30-2:50||Case Study: Be Positive Be Healthe
||Dr Melinda Hutchesson (UON)|
|2:50-3:10||Case Study: The Shade Program||Dr Frances Kay-Lambkin (UON)|
|3:10-4:00||Q&A and Panel Discussion: Discussion of challenges faced by Health and Technology organisations daily||Dr Bronwyn Hemsley (UON), Dr Shamus Smith, Dr Melinda Hutchesson, Dr Frances Kay-Lambkin, Jo Fisher.|
Please note: Program may be subject to change
The seminar will cover subjects including:
- Intellectual Property and how partnership agreements are formed
- Working with academic partners - what does it involve
- Practical matters - Research teams, project time-frames and deliverables
- Potential commercial benefits of research collaboration
Challenges raised at this two hour, interactive seminar will be collated for use at an eHealth Solutions Roundtable to be held at the HMRI Building on 19 June 2014.
There are a few different options for attendees, you can attend the whole event, just the seminar or just the networking.
Can't get there in person? Not a problem. We'll be live streaming the whole event. If you would like to receive an email with a link to the live stream, please register for an 'Email Live Stream link' registration type and we'll send you a link before the event.
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For more information, please contact Kate Hayes, Research Development Officer, University of Newcastle
T: +61 2 4921 5287 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information regarding the Global eHealth Research and Innovation Cluster or to sign up to our mailing list, please visit our website.
When & Where
Research Development Unit - The University of Newcastle