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At HISS, doctoral and master students will have the opportunity to discuss health, technical solutions and the role of innovation in a changing society in lectures and creative workshops together with distinguished key note speakers, in-house researchers and pertinent end-users. HISS is a unique collaboration between Halmstad University and Uppsala university.
The lecturers all have different areas of expertise, such as business and innovation, healthcare, participatory research design and behavioural sciences.
"To me, HISS was fantastic opportunity to connect with people from the same domain but different disciplines. It was very inspiring to hear the different perspectives and the existing problems and challenges in the Health Innovation."
Participating students come from multinational and cross-disciplinary backgrounds, creating a melting pot of competence and inspiration. This course offers a unique opportunity to be a part of creative and innovative processes that will result in students presenting their health innovation as a final pitch to representatives from business, health organisations, academia and end users.
HISS is a perfect way to extend your personal network and create international contacts. It might be the start of a fruitful relationship.
Come join other master and doctoral students in Halmstad this August for summer, sun and science!
The number of participants is limited to 40 persons.
The programme will be updated continuously.
Keynote by Dr. Maya Hoveskog, Halmstad University, Sweden
Keynote by Professor Jens Nygren, Halmstad University, Sweden
How to develop a theory of change for your innovation?
The dragons’ den: The groups pitch their ideas to a jury.
Workshop on value creation
The groups work with their presentations
The HISS Opening by Professor Jens Nygren, Programme Director Health Innovation, Halmstad University, Sweden
Workshop on value creation, continued. Discuss questions and
Peer-review among the groups
Keynote by Professor James Barlow, Imperial College Business School, UK
Managing innovation in healthcare: Why is it such a problem?
Workshop on value creation, continued
The groups continue working with their presentations
Keynote by Dr. Helena Grönqvist, Uppsala University, Sweden
Public and patient involvement in research.
Dr. Fredrika Norlund, Uppsala University, Sweden
Concluding remarks by Jens Nygren
Evening welcome reception
Free time available/group work
Free time available/group work
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Professor of Technology and Innovation Management at Imperial College Business School, UK. He was educated at the London School of Economics and Political Science. His work focuses on aspects of innovation in healthcare, from creation to adoption. He is particularly interested in the complex relationship between innovation in health technologies, services and infrastructure.
James Barlow has led or been involved in many research projects around the world and has extensive experience advising and consulting for government and industry. His current roles include Associate Director of Research for Imperial College Health Partners and President of the International Academy for Design and Health. James’ latest book is Managing Innovation in Healthcare, published in January 2017 by World Scientific.
Dr. Helena Grönqvist is a researcher and research coordinator in the strategic research program U-CARE, hosted by the research group Clinical Psychology in Healthcare, Uppsala University, Sweden. In her research, she focuses on short-term and long-term psychosocial and health economic consequences for children diagnosed with cancer and their families as well as long-term psychosocial and health consequences of being born preterm.
Additionally, she is responsible for the development of the U-CARE Portal, an internet-based infrastructure used to deliver and evaluate internet-based interventions. Dr. Grönqvist is interested in how involvement of patients and public may improve the research process, hence making the outcome more relevant to the people affected by the research.
Dr. Maya Hoveskog is an assistant professor in Industrial Management at the Center for Innovation Entrepreneurship and Learning at School of Business, Engineering and Science, Halmstad University. In her research she focuses on innovation processes with special interest in sustainability-driven business model innovation and value creation in collaboration with colleagues from different disciplines (e.g. environmental studies, design studies).
Within the field of business model innovation she has been particularly interested in how the process could be organized, what stakeholders can be involved in different phases as well as what tools could be useful to support the innovation both when it comes to start-ups but also in established enterprises.
Professor Jens Nygren is a researcher at the research environment Center for Welfare Health and Sport at Halmstad University. Jens is also the program director of the university's profile area Health Innovation, which aims to coordinate the university's profiling of research, education and collaboration within health technology and health care development.
Jens's research is mainly focused on the development of digital services that convey increased participation, improved communication and new care processes for children in health care. His teaching is mainly focused on innovation processes in the health sector and research ethics and ethics in the development of new welfare technology.