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Health Innovation Exchange - Self Care Hackathon

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The Women's Organisation

54 Saint James Street

Liverpool

L1 0AB

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The Health Innovation Exchange want you to join us to provide answers for self care solutions for health challenges. We are collaborating with DigiCreDis, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust and Liverpool John Moores University to give the opportunity for healthcare professionals and healthcare patients to set challenge they have always wanted to be solved. To kick start team's projects, there will be free vouchers available for the use of Amazon Web Services. The event is sponsored by the European Regional Development Fund, with prizes provided by Knowledge Transfer Network.

General themes for the day will include:

- Smart fire / heat sensing for use in homes

- Monitoring nutrition

- Suicide prevention

- Improvement of physical health for those living with mental health conditions

Hackathon delegates will have the opportunity to set further challenges for teams.

Health Innovation Exchange Self Care Hackathon Programme

Thursday 23rd November

9.00 am - Registration and coffee

9.30 am - Welcome

9.45 am - Roy Foden – ignite presentation- personal perspective on self care

10.00 am - Challenges

10.45 am - Break

11.00 am - Team formation and networking

11.30 am - Initial team session

12.45 pm - Lunch (provided)

1.15 pm - Hacking

3 pm - Break

3.15 pm – Get active

3.30 pm - Hacking

5.00 pm - Close


Friday 24th November

9.00 am – Coffee, hacking, preparation for practice pitches

10.30 am - Practice pitches

12.45 pm - Lunch (provided)

1.15 pm - Final preparation

2.30 pm - Presentations to judges and prizes

4.00pm Close


The Health Innovation Exchange helps businesses develop and deploy products and services into the health and care sector by providing:

·Access to healthcare professionals, universities, other companies and members of the public to develop and evaluate products and services
·Support navigating health system deployment, including information governance
·Access to Health Economics expertise
·Support with the repurposing of products/services from non-health fields·Links to other programmes including those to support advanced product manufacturing (LCR4.0) and fund business advice (New Markets)


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