We are pleased to confirm that DHI has recently received an offer of funding in support of its future business plan (phase two). DHI is now a “challenge-led” organisation where our work programmes are based on themes determined by the Scottish Government Health & Social Care directorate.
As a result, DHI will no longer have an ‘open application policy’. Phase two will see us move to challenge-led areas of work, from which we will raise calls to form collaborative projects.
In support of this, we are no longer seeking specific project ideas, but instead we are seeking businesses, organisations, academics, health and care professionals and others to register their capabilities with us. We will pool these interests and call on them should they be relevant to the identified themes. Please register your details in the relevant pool(s) detailed below:
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We have launched the #DigiInventorsChallenge in partnership with our ambassador and world no.1 tennis superstar, Andy Murray
The #DigiInventorsChallenge, in association with Andy Murray and the Digital Health & Care Institute, and sponsored by Sopra Steria is on a mission to find smart new ways to help Scotland’s young people keep active, eat well and stay healthy and happy, now and in the future.
We want young scots (aged 14-17) to play a part in helping reverse the trends that have led to young Scots being rated as having one of the worst diets and lowest activity levels in the world. With their help, we can change the habits that are setting Scotland up for a lifetime of ill health.
Learn more How to get involved
Digital health is an exciting global market with endless growth possibilities over the next few years. The Digital Health and Care Institute is an important ambassador for the sector and the knowledge and enthusiasm of its team supports academics, businesses and health professionals make the most of their business ideas to improve Scotland’s health and to stimulate economic growth
We are seeking businesses, organisations and public sector to register service capabilities for consideration in potential future projectsRegister your service capabilities
We are seeking new and exsisting technologies and their capabilities to be registered for consideration in potential future projectsRegister your technology
We are seeking individuals such as adademics and health and care professionals (from clinicians to care workers) to register their professional expertise, skills, disciplines and experience for consideration in potential future projectsRegister your professional capabilities
Find out how we select the projects we think are suitable to develop.LEARN MORE
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