20th August 2018
Copenhagen Business School will play host for sixth event in a series
The GENiE Group was created with the understanding that healthcare needs innovation, and innovation needs leaders, who in turn need skills and tools.
The conference is aimed at getting health innovation leaders and academics to collaborate in exciting innovation education programmes that foster real changes that can be measured. It will provide a space for dialogue between teachers and innovation leaders in health systems, and the business, medical and science fields.
Participants will look into issues such as: innovating for outcome, challenges and opportunities of public health systems, innovation at the public-private interface, the optimal take-up of innovative technologies (life sciences, digital transformation, etc.) and innovative learning practices.
Following the conference, Copenhagen Business School will host a related “Teach the Teacher” workshop, which will be held on 20-21 October 2018 and will detail the best methods for teaching business innovation in healthcare, and feature a working lunch and group sessions examining specific needs and solutions for healthcare innovation education.
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