On July 30, the webinar “How should we continue working together in Cornwall to develop digital health innovations in the future? “ The talk was led by Dr. Sebastian Stevens EPIC Research Fellow in which they also participated as speakers Arunangsu Chatterjee, Co-Director of EPIC, Andy Bleaden, Director of Ecosystems and Associates at ECHAlliance and Gisela García-Álvarez, Manager of the CSG.
It is important to note that the EPIC project, in its work to identify real world problems and develop innovative solutions to them, has been working with a wide range of stakeholders, ranging from healthcare providers and patients to technology companies in Cornwall and political actors, among others. These collaborations not only seek the creation of useful products and services that could benefit our health and well-being, but also seek to boost the local economy through the creation of jobs, with the potential to export the solutions nationally and world.
At this point it is noteworthy that the international collaboration of the CSG with this ECHAlliance ecosystem is one of the pillars of support for innovation in health in both ecosystems, one of the objectives of the CSG being to position and make known to its associates in Cornwall and Plymouth. For this, the CSG is in the process of negotiating and signing an agreement that facilitates this work for its partners.