Book now to be part of Scotland's first 'Discover Digital' week
Monday October 22nd 2018
Glasgow Caledonian University
Whether you are a professional working in the Health sector, someone who accesses medical services or you simply want to improve your own health and the health of others, this workshop will allow you to help shape the future of technology in Health.
The format of the event is simple. Individuals and groups, supported by experienced mentors, will map out their Health stories. These stories could range from the experience of a surgery patient to the experience of an administrator in a hospital. No story is too small, no experience is too unique, and absolutely no technical skills are required!
Your Health story could be the foundation upon which innovators and entrepreneurs build life-changing digital products.
Join in, share your story, and help shape the future of technology in Health.
The stories mapped out at this event will be used to inform the products
developed during the Digital Health Product Forge, Europe's biggest health
hackathon taking place from the 21st - 24th of February 2019
This event is part of Discover Digital: for your health and wellbeing, Scotland’s first week dedicated to hands on, immersive, multi-media wellbeing events. To see the full listing go to www.alliance-scotland.org.uk/DiscoverDigital.
Important information for booking
To gain free entry to this event, you need to book either through this page or by contacting the organising team. We cannot guarantee admittance to this event on the day unless you present us with a ticket or booking confirmation.
Please read the full terms and conditions or contact the organising team for more information.
This Discover Digital event is delivered and run by Product Forge with the support of Glasgow Caledonian University.
Our Discover Digital Headline Partners are: Scottish Government, NHS 24, NHS National Services Scotland and BCS Health and Care Scotland.
Monday, October 22nd 2018
Ends: Monday, October 22nd 2018 at 8:30pm
Bookings close: October 17th 2018
This workshop will take place in room A436 in the Govan Mbeki Building.
Glasgow Caledonian University is located in Glasgow's City Centre and is easily accessible by public transport.
For more information please see the Glasgow Caledonian University website.