Innovation Game receives EIT Health Summer School status
EIT Health has selected Innovation Game as part of their Summer Schools and Short Courses activity line for 2017. Registration is open now!
Uppsala University is pleased to announce that EIT Health Campus have selected Innovation Game as part of their Summer Schools and Short Courses activity line for 2017. Innovation Game that will run two weeks in mid August at Campus Gotland, Sweden is part of BRIDGE (Bridging innovation, didactics, faculty, students and enterprise) also including Health services redesign to aging-related challenges, presented by Erasmus University of Rotterdam (NL) and Innovating solutions for aging populations, presented by University of Copenhagen and CBS (DK).
BRIDGE is selected together with six other programmes among 20 applicants, based on the scoring of external experts. In its second year, the EIT Health Campus activity line of Summer Schools and Short Courses offers stellar learners unique opportunities to deepen their understanding of especially relevant areas within the health and healthcare industry. The programmes build on the broad expertise among EIT Health partners and attract the most talented students in Europe with the aim of investing in their future.
The BRIDGE summer schools aim to deliver interdisciplinary learning-by-doing education and tools for innovative processes to graduates and health care professionals. In addition, the schools will enhance direct interaction with the public and private sector to stimulate the participants’ community engagement.
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