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ENERGHY Energizing Global Health Innovation and Entrepreneurship Summer School: innovation as a social change mechanism for global health equity

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ENERGHY Energizing Global Health Innovation and Entrepreneurship Summer School: innovation as a social change mechanism for global health equity.

The digital revolution has the potential to improve health and empower patients, but it could also increase health inequities, shaping the economy and the society. ENERGHY is an 14-day online Summer School toolbox and a fresh experience to change perspectives for a new generation of global health innovators. Designed to empower postgraduate students and young professionals to create new business models with citizen-centric solutions aimed at democratizing health for all. Learners will develop an entrepreneurial mindset; acquiring innovation, management and communication knowledge and skills required to create a start-up. Motivated by the Sustainable Development Goals and learn-by-doing oriented with open discussions with entrepreneurs and real challenge workshops for learners to develop the knowledge and capabilities to design new and potentially fruitful business models. The course aims to have a transformative impact contributing to increase global wellness and prosperity.

A càrrec de Marina Espriu, d’ISBLOBAL.

La xarrada es publicarà el dia 24 de setembre al canal de YouTube de la Nit de la Recerca.

 

Residus i microplàstics (Cafès científics de la UB)

Residus i microplàstics (Cafès científics de la UB)

Barcelona | 23/09/2021 | Edifici Històric de la UB | Tornen els cafès científics a la Universitat de Barcelona!
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european commission
Aquest projecte rep fons dels programes de recerca i innovació Horitzó 2020 de la Unió Europea en el marc del projecte EuNightCat (954506)

This project receives funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programs under the project EuNightCat (954506).