On the picture from left to right are: Pedro Oliveira, Helena Canhao, Marjan Shamsi, Kornelia Konrad and Christophe Kattouw, Ragne Farmen, Paul Benneworth, Elin Oftedal and Thomas Laudal, as well as Chunyan Xie, Richard Bagozzi and John Bessant, and Tatiana Iakovleva. Photo: Olga Belousova
We are a team comprising researchers from six different countries. The primary objective of our project is to develop a broad knowledge baser about how the different stakeholders on the e-health arena can engage in more user–centric models.
We aim to do this by understanding how users can participate in the innovation process, enabling them to participate actively and creating a "Shared Innovation Futures Lab" where stakeholders co-create innovations together in “safe spaces” within which experimentation, prototyping, learning from “intelligent failure” can take place.
This project develop new forms of interaction where authorities, public agencies in the research and innovation system, companies and civil society come together as partners to engage with societal challenges within healthcare.
By engaging the broader eco-system in the co-creation of innovations, which create both social and commercial value, we would develop a template for RRI that offers the potential for creating radical innovations, which have significant economic potential and address societal challenges