Biodesign Bootcamp September 2020
September 2020 bootcamp now Sold Out!
The first Biodesign Bootcamp will be run in September 2020 as part of Perth Biodesign's latest program offerings, made possible by the New Industries Fund WA.
Biodesign bootcamps are an accelerated two full-days of learning and applying the Biodesign methodology for those wanting to learn how to identify and validate clinical unmet needs, ideate a viable solution and translate the innovation within a complex healthcare environment.
Biodesign bootcamps are an excellent option for entrepreneurs, innovation staff and senior academics, clinicians or executives interested in the healthcare space, who cannot commit the time to completing the full Biodesign Medtech or Digital Health courses. They are also a great option for anyone considering the full-length courses to get a taste of what's ahead!
Where: IQX, University of Western Australia
When: All day, 15th and 16th of September 2020
What will be covered?
How to identify a good clinical unmet need
Need characterisation and validation
Existing solution gap analysis
Stakeholder and Market Analysis
Reimbursement and Regulatory Fundamentals
Business Model and Implementation Strategy
Plus the opportunity to hear from Biodesign alumni and startups!
Do I have to go to both days?
As much as we encourage everyone to attend both full days, we understand that this isn't always possible. For this reason, it will be possible to register for just one of the bootcamp days.
What is the cost?
We are excited to be able to offer heavily subsidised rates thanks to support from the New Industries Fund WA.
Student - $40 for one day or $70 for two days
Member* - $80 for one day or $150 for two days
Standard - $130 for one day or $250 for two days
* Members include any staff or members of our sponsors - The Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation, UWA, ECU, Curtin University, Murdoch University, Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, Telethon Kids Institute, Perron Institute or Australian Medical Association.
The New Industries Fund is managed by the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation