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Northern Ireland DHSSPS launch new Connected Health SBRI Competitions

The Northern Ireland Dept. of Health, Social Services & Public Safety (DHSSPS) has launched two new Connected Health SBRI competitions. FAST – Automated Staff Deployment of pharmacy staff in a hospital setting. The competition is seeking to source new innovative technology solutions to enable the appropriate deployment of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians within secondary...
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Digital Health and Care Alliance Members Day

DHACA Day VIII 22nd April The principal focus of this day will be on customer mapping - understanding how best to find customers in the UK health system for your products and services.  Siobhan Jones, a Deputy Director in the Department of Health, will be presenting on the findings from the Accelerated Access Review, (the public report from which has now been delayed by the...
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New vaccines for global epidemics: development and manufacture

The Department of Health is to invest up to £10 million in two competition streams in line with the priorities identified by the UK Vaccine Network. Vaccines are among the most cost-effective medical countermeasure for confronting epidemics or pandemics. Their effectiveness in preventing disease outbreaks has been far-reaching, and their availability could significantly reduce...
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Video games for senior citizens to prevent falls

TRUSTECH has assisted in the collaboration between the NHS, a university and a company to develop Exergames - a falls prevention innovation that uses video game technology. Exergames has recently been awarded SBRI Healthcare funding to prove its efficacy.  An innovation from Trafford Hospitals (CMFT) and the University of Manchester will help to reduce the number of falls in...
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Personalised diabetes education and care / Open day for applicants

A new  Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI)  competition is being launched by the  Scottish Government  and  Scottish Diabetes Group , in association with Scottish Enterprise , Innovate UK and  NHS Scotland , to find innovative new solutions focused on diabetes education and mobile health.   The competition will have two phases.  Phase 1...
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SBRI – Digital Forensics

The challenge from the  Home Office 's Office for Security and Counter Terrorism (OSCT), is to improve the speed, efficiency and effectiveness of recovering and automatically analysing data from the seized digital devices of suspects under investigation. For further information on the proposal, please click here .  
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Long Term Care Revolution Networking Events Invitation

Long Term Care Revolution ​   SBRI National Challenge Networking Events Invitation Birmingham & London   #LTCRev @rev_innovateuk   The Long Term Care Revolution SBRI national challenge is an ambitious competition with the objective of disrupting the current institutional model of  long term care  provision, and replace...
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Older People with Multiple Morbidities - £100,000 funding for SBRI Healthcare competition OPEN

The competition 'Older People with Multiple Morbidities', an SBRI Healthcare competition is open for registration. SBRI Healthcare is an NHS England funded initiative which aims to develop innovative products and services that address unmet health needs. This SBRI Healthcare competition will look to award up to 12 contracts a £100,000 Phase 1 product development funding up to a total of...
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The Long Term Care Revolution Needs YOU

We are looking for the most ambitious early stage innovative businesses, start-ups and SMEs to join the Long Term Care Revolution Live.   Across the two day events you will connect with emerging thought leaders, explore new ideas with leading health & care providers, entrepreneurs, policymakers, funders and designers; and engage in experiences that will challenge your...
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The long-term care revolution national challenge

SBRI competition open for registration The long-term care revolution national challenge, an SBRI competition run by Innovate UK, is now open for registration.  The aim of this competition to stimulate the development of innovative new products, services and systems that disrupt the current long-term care model, have a clear and viable route to market as well as the...
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'Promoting independence in cooking activities' for North Wales brain injury service users​​​

Innovate UK in partnership with Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB) and the Welsh Government is launching an  SBRI  competition with up to £160,000 funding available. The aim of this competition is to  identify and develop innovative solutions  that will promote independence in cooking activities for ‘brain injury service’ users.  More...
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SBRI Healthcare Autumn 2014

The National Health Service England and the NHS Academic Health Science Networks have opened multiple new SBRI competitions with a total of £2.5m funding available in Phase 1 to develop technologies and innovative solutions that can provide better health outcomes in the areas of: Innovation in child & adolescent mental health Improving care of diabetic foot ulcer ...
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New MoD SBRI Competition seeking Future Advances in Design, Fabrication and Manufacture

The CDE is launching a call for   proposals addressing the disruptive potential of future   advances in design, fabrication and manufacture . These could transform the supply chain, enhancing the performance and   reducing the cost of materials, devices and systems across design, manufacture and support. Proposals in response to this SBRI competition should draw...
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DIIA SBRI Document now available

To view the latest DIIA SBRI Call document please follow this link.    To register for the SBRI meeting on the 2nd September please contact Sarah Forson at the HealthTech and Medicines KTN; sarah.forson@healthktn.org   DIIA SBRI Meeting 2nd September , The Hatton, 51-53 Hatton Garden, London, EC1N 8HN  
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