Webinar June 17: The perspective of patients and citizens on identifying and addressing unmet needs in healthcare
As stakeholders in healthcare, patients and citizens have unique insights, knowledge and experiences with healthcare services. This webinar will focus on the early involvement of patients and citizens in identifying and addressing unmet needs.
VIDEO | About the PiPPi project
Explainer: What is the point of a platform for innovation and procurement?
The vision of the PiPPi-project is that: All stakeholders of healthcare are collaborating in a Community of Practice to identify, and prepare addressing, unmet needs in digital healthcare services.
Are you a stakeholder in healthcare with an interest in innovation procurement? Then join us for the 5th webinar. Register by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Program June 17th, 11.00-12.00
11.00 am. Welcome by Martina Ahlberg, coordinator of PiPPi
11.05 am. Introduction of the Patient and Citizen Advisory Group of PiPPi, by Johannes Wilhelmer, member of the PCAG
11.15 am. Presentation by Maria Dutarte, Executive Director, European Patients' Academy (EUPATI)
11.25 am. Presentation by Ilaria Leggeri, Senior Lead for Public Engagement and Strategic Alliances of EIT-Health
11.35 am. Panel discussion with all speakers and participants
11.55 am. Closing remarks
12.00 pm. End of webinar
PiPPi aims to capture unmet needs of university hospitals in Europe and to identify opportunities for innovation in digital health and care services. In order to do so PiPPi, is building a Community of Practice that involves all critical stakeholders: patients, medical professionals, researchers, policymakers, innovators, entrepreneurs and industrial representatives. Register for the CoP.
You can look back the previous webinars on the PiPPi YouTube channel.
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No 826157.
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