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Postillion Hotel & Convention Centre WTC, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
EIT Health Belgium-Netherlands hosts the EIT Health Summit 2024.
Policy makers, start-ups, investors, educators, healthcare professionals are invited to join the event which will revolve around the theme "Take Action to Create Change". On the agenda are keynote speeches, breakout sessions, workshops and panel discussions focusing on four topics:
More information and registration can be found here. Please be aware that this is a paying event. An early bird rate will apply if you buy your ticket before 16 February 2024.
Back-to-back with the summit (on 17 April), EIT Health Belgium-Netherlands is organising an exclusive innovation tour for interested participants. This tour is designed to provide participants with an immersive experience of the forefront of health innovation in the Netherlands.
Background: EIT Health was established in 2015, as a ‘knowledge and innovation community’ (KIC) of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT). The EIT is made up of various KICs who each focus on a different sector, or area, of innovation – in this case, that is health and aging. The idea behind the KICs is that innovation flourishes best when the right people are brought together to share expertise.
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Only for stakeholders located in Flanders
The Department of Economy, Science and Innovation of the Flemish government coordinates the Horizon 2020 Coordination and Support Action SAPHIRe, which started on 1 December 2018. The aim of the project is to secure the adoption of personalised medicine in all European regions, including sparsely populated and remote regions and regions with different innovation capacities.
The activities of SAPHIRe are complementary to the smart specialisation partnership on personalised medicine – S3P4PM, which is also coordinated by the Department of Economy, Science and Innovation.