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We are now sold out for our next Bootcamp -18th & 19th October 2021. 

Register your interest for our next 2022 intake 

Biodesign Bootcamp

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 


Course faculty and guest speakers from the health technology field provide hands-on coaching and share knowledge that illustrates critical steps in the biodesign innovation process  

What Is Covered?


  • How to identify clinical unmet needs

  • Need characterisation and validation with end-users

  • Existing solution gap analysis

  • Stakeholder and Market Analysis

DAY 2 

  • Brainstorming Solutions

  • Intellectual Property

  • Reimbursement and Regulatory Fundamentals

  • Business Model and Implementation Strategy

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What Is The Cost?


$120 inclusive of GST


$240 inclusive of GST 


$360 inclusive of GST

* Members include any staff or members of our supporters - UWA, ECU, Curtin University, Murdoch University, Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, Telethon Kids Institute, Perron Institute or Australian Medical Association.  

Who Benefits?

  • Aspiring entrepreneurs 

  • Innovation staff & faculty who support commericialisation

  • Postdoctoral, researchers and academics

  • Clinicians & allied health professionals 

  • Executives interested in the healthcare space

  • Professionals who are time poor or considering Biodesign Medtech or Digital Health courses


“The Bootcamp is one of the most informative sessions I have attended. Working in a Medtech startup, it helped me focus and prioritise different phases. I will be suggesting to have all new employees attend the bootcamp”

- Feb 2021 Bootcamp Attendee


"The biodesign bootcamp is an excellent introduction to the process of developing a medical technology device and service.  It is systematic and comprehensive, clearly explaining the steps from ideas to funding and roll out"

- May 2021 Bootcamp Attendee

Administered & Sponsored by

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Other Sponsors

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The Biodesign Bootcamp program was initiated as a result of seed funding from the X-TEND WA program, New Industries Fund

The New Industries Fund is managed by the Department

of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation

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