Identifying the technical stakes for e-health and the methodology fundamentals to achieve a successful digitalization of healthcare services.
Reflecting on new e-health practices thanks to the utilization of connected objects and thanks to the improvement of user’s experience.
Thinking about the fundamental ethical takes and their consequences on e-healthcare practicioners.
Defining the core conditions to protect the patient’s rights at an individual and collective level
Based on the concept of OPEN INNOVATION, the Innovation Bootcamps are intended to bring together doctoral, post-doctoral researchers, PhD's supervisors and external operators (companies, public actors, etc.) from the cross-border region around common cross-sectoral and multidisciplinary issues.
The main objective is to foster exchange and collaboration between the academic world and the socio-economic world, thereby ensuring a better coherence between scientific developments and the needs of the citizen community.
Besides the ambitions of the participants, the real impact on the citizen is a leit motiv of the reflection carried out during the Innovation Bootcamp.
preparation meeting which brings together the PhD's supervisors (senior researchers) and the external socio-economic actors (companies, public and private organisations) to jointly determine their needs which are synthesized into specific questions.These will be the questions on which the PhD's will work and to which they have to answer during the Digital Health Innovation Bootcamp itself.
during 3 consecutive workshop days, doctoral researchers from different disciplines and from the cross-border area of France-Wallonia-Flanders, are be led to work together on the previously determined questions through dynamic, creative techniques (design thinking), and to propose innovative solutions to these issues. This method ultimately aims at new collaborations and research projects with the socio-economic actors.