The BEAI 2022 AGM takes place via Zoom Video Conferencing on 5th August 2022 at 9.30am. Meeting details are as follows:
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Topic: BEAI AGM 2022
Time: Aug 5, 2022 09:30 AM London
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The BEAI Executive Committee calls for nominations / applications for the 2022 BEAI Early Career Award. The prize will be awarded for the first time at the BEAI Annual Scientific Conference in the Aviva Stadium, Dublin on 30th September 2022. The Early Career Award is given in recognition of a single achievement in Biomedical / Clinical Engineering. The total prize value amounts to €2000 and is reserved for members of the Biomedical / Clinical Engineering Association of Ireland whose age is less than 35 on July 31st of the year of the Conference. The nomination / application should include the name of the candidate accompanied by a brief characterization of the work singled out for the prize. Members of the BEAI should submit their nomination / application via the BEAI website Nominations / Applications should be made no later than on 31st July, 2022.
The prize is awarded at the Biomedical / Clinical Engineering Association of Irelands Annual Scientific Conference in recognition of a single achievement in Biomedical / Clinical Engineering. The prize consists of the sum of €2000 and is reserved for members of the Biomedical / Clinical Engineering Association of Ireland whose age is less than 35 on July 31st of the year of the Conference.
A nomination / application for the prize should include the name of the candidate accompanied by a brief characterisation of the work singled out for the prize. Members of the BEAI should submit their nomination / application no later than 2 months before the BEAI Annual Scientific Conference, via the BEAI website. The call for nominations / applications will be posted on the BEAI Web site and the link will be sent by e-mail to the BEAI e-mail distribution list.
The recipient of the prize will be selected by a committee of 5 members determined by the BEAI Executive and announced at the BEAI Annual Scientific Conference.
The recipient of the prize will be invited to present their single achievement at the following years BEAI Annual Scientific Conference.
The Committee may consider candidates that have not submitted an application nor have been nominated by the members. The names of committee members will remain confidential within the BEAI until the prize ceremony. The BEAI will make every reasonable effort to make attendance at the ceremony possible for the selected candidate.
Do you have an idea for a new medical device or health technology? Are you interested in bringing the next revolutionary product in healthcare or healthcare delivery to the market? Here is your opportunity to test the market for your idea, link in with clinical and technical experts, and have a significant impact on patients, healthcare staff, and the future of healthcare. For more information, visit here
€15,000 Enterprise Ireland Commercialisation Feasibility Fund awarded to winner.
Enterprise Ireland (EI) in partnership with the Health Innovation Hub Ireland recognise the importance of clinical innovation to address current unmet clinical needs for patients and staff within the healthcare system and wider medtech sector.
Who is Eligible?
• All healthcare professionals in public hospitals, third level institutions and non-profit research organisations
• Academics and researchers in third level institutions working or partnering with a healthcare professional
• Lead applicants must be employed and have ongoing clinical commitments in the Irish health service
• Applicants must identify the associated academic institution for their hospital or healthcare centre
What is the Award?
The winners of the award will receive a €15,000 Enterprise Ireland Commercialisation Feasibility Fund to investigate the commercial feasibility of their innovative idea in Ireland and international markets. Winners will be announced at EI’s Big Ideas Event in October.
Winners will have an opportunity to engage with the Clinical Entrepreneur Programme in the NHS.
Can you spare 10 minutes to help shape the future of public service transformation in Ireland? If so, could you please complete this questionnaire on digital public services, and share widely with others in your network too.
This DPER questionnaire forms part of the public consultation on the future of digital public services, and reflects the overall strategy of transformation and innovation for the public service.
As key stakeholders, and individual users of Irish public services, your input is of significant importance to the final findings.
Your views are sought under three main areas:
1. Do you have ideas for improving existing public services?
2. Are there reasons you do not use digital public services?
3. Are there services you think should be available online?
For more information please visit this page, and the press statement to accompany this initiative can be viewed here.
The Public Service Transformation Delivery team, DPER
The Biomedical / Clinical Engineering Association of Ireland (BEAI) is a company limited by guarantee and not having a share capital. Company Registration no. 484921.
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