Workshop: Developing your Health Living Lab

The ProVaHealth project offers the possibility for Health and Wellbeing LivingLabs to participate in a co-creation process to share best practices and aiming to develop new improvement tools for LivingLabs.

The purpose is to create and produce a new concept for a Transnational LivingLab.

Chosen LivingLabs are expected to commit to a three year project and to involve actively in RDI-work. ProVaHealth will organize e.g. several workshops based on service design methods.

The 2nd workshop will take place on June 19 in Vilnius University, Universiteto st. 3, Vilnius, Lithuania.

Please contact helen.staak@tehnopol.ee to register and/or to ask for more information. Participation is free of charge but you need to cover your own travelling and accommodation costs.

There will be 4 more workshops during 2018-2020. You can join one, some or all workshops.

Workshop intro: 14 health living labs open their services to health tech companies

ProVaHealth is an Interreg project aiming to facilitate access to health infrastructures for startups and SMEs. It promotes commercialization based on excellent clienyt validation opportunities, hands-on feednack and input for product development.

ProVaHealth involves 14 health Living Labs from the Baltic Sea region and works together with ScanBalt and the European Network of Living Labs.

The project is coordinated by Tallinn Science Park Tehnopol, Mrs Piret Hirv.

Programme:

June 19 – ProVaHealth WORKSHOP: Involving real users and stakeholders, Vilnius, Lithuania

9:00 Coffee and snacks

9:15 Welcome and introduction of the day

9:20 Presentation of best practice 1 - Vilnius

9:40 Presentation of best practice 2 - Innovation Skane

10:00 Presentation of best practice 3 - Oulu

10:20 Involving real users and stakeholders, presentation by Froceth

10:40 Coffee break

11:00 Visit to the laboratories at the faculty of Philosophy of Vilnius University

13:00 Lunch

13:45 Brainstorming for tools for involving target groups - in 4 groups - Harri Haapaniemi, Laurea

  • customer segments based on the business model canvas results, refining the business model canvas results
  • identify the best practices and channels to reach and engage them as customers together with your key partners

15:45 Cross-learning from the group discussions and identification of elements of transnational collaboration

16:30 End of the workshop