The CHERRIES project will support Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) policy experiments in the healthcare sector in three European territories – in Murcia (ES), Örebro (SE) and the Republic of Cyprus (CY). The CHERRIES experiments address opportunities and challenges associated with the role of demand at the crossroads of challenge-oriented, economy-enhancing, and sector-specific policy making within the healthcare sector, thereby addressing the SGC of health, demographic change and wellbeing. The project aims to create more open, inclusive, and self-sustaining R&I ecosystems by ensuring bottom-up involvement of all kind of citizens, irrespective of their age, gender, ethnicity and socio-economic background.
SISCODE workshop | Co-creation as a method to bring RRI in the project
Our coordinator, Stefan Philipp (ZSI), will share insights about CHERRIES methodology during the upcoming workshop organised by SISCODE, an EU funded project aimed at stimulating the use of co-creation methodologies in policy design, using bottom-design-driven methodologies to pollinate Responsible Research and Innovation, and Science Technology and Innovation Policies. This 2-hours workshop will take place on the […]
The role of need in open and user-led innovation approaches in healthcare | Insights from CHERRIES webinar #1
On September 22, CHERRIES kick started its webinar series dedicated to the exploration of responsible healthcare ecosystems in Europe. Four episodes aimed at discussing with academic experts and innovation practitioners how the healthcare sector can approach a transition towards more inclusive, sustainable and responsible policies. During the 1st episode “The role of need in open […]
Next event: October 6, 2020
CHERRIES Webinar Series | The role of procurement in healthcare innovation
Exploring Responsible Healthcare Ecosystems | CHERRIES Webinar Series* Episode 3. The role of procurement in healthcare innovation With Dr. John Rigby (University of Manchester | Bibliometrica Ltd.) and Samuli Kauppinen (Oulu University Hospital) 6 October 2020 (14:30-15:30) Registration Link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8611382074373585677 About the webinar: What role for pre-commerical procurement in demand side innovation policies? Is the […]