How can bone healing be improved? Which goals are to be achieved for pending researches? And what opportunities can be developed to solve existing challenges? These and further questions are going to be a matter of interest at the BONE INNOVATION SUMMIT 2019. Dietmar Hutmacher, who focusses on tissue engineering, from the Queensland University of Technology Brisbane, Australia, is going to give the key note lecture.
Representatives of industry, research and the clinical sector meet to share their knowledge, experiences and innovative ideas to explore solutions that address the needs of people affected by the issue of bone healing. The BONE INNOVATION SUMMIT is driven by the Interreg projects BFCC and BONEBANK as well as the Northopedics network that is funded by the federal state of Schleswig-Holstein. If you are interested in becoming a part of the future of bone healing, then register now for your participation at the summit. You can also have a look at the programme, which has been published today.
The BONE INNOVATION SUMMIT 2019 takes place at the 13th and 14th February at the media docks in Lübeck, Germany. We are looking forward to welcome you there.
The BFCC organises workshops to identify and discuss the requirements of relevant stakeholders from e.g. healthcare, health policy and industry to a transnational fracture registry. The workshops aim to continuously improve and further develop the registry, so that its data can be used proactively by the stakeholders for their specific purposes within R&I strategies, health care planning and steering of resources.
Find here a list of the BFCC's workshops sorted by respective countries:
|06.09.2018||Tartu, Estonia||Link to summary (PDF)|
|14.06.2018||Odense, Denmark||Link to summary (PDF)|
|16.05.2018||Gothenburg, Sweden||Link to summary (PDF)|
|28.03.2018||Seinajöki, Finland||Link to summary (PDF)|
In addition to understand and anticipate the needs and concerns of stakeholders active in the field of fracture management via personal communication and stakeholder workshops, BFCC aims at identifying and displaying competences of stakeholders at the project website. Therefore, we invite you to take part in our stakeholder mapping process.
Are you a stakeholder? Please download and fill out the questionnaire.
What are the potentials of fracture management? What are the challenges within fracture treatment? How to close innovation gaps? The BFCC’s innovation dialogue is an opportunity for companies and clinicians to enter into dialogue on these kind of questions and to get insights on the problems within fracture management from both the industry’s and the hospital’s view.
Learn more about the challenges companies and clinicians are facing and have a view on our list of the BFCC's Innovation Dialogue Workshops:
|26.06.2018||Kaunas, Lithuania||Link to summary (PDF)|
|01.06.2018||Lübeck, Germany||Link to summary (PDF)|
|31.05.2018||Lübeck, Germany||Link to summary (PDF)|
|24.04.2018||Krakow, Poland||Link to summary (PDF)|
|16.03.2018||Kaunas, Lithuania||Link to summary (PDF)|
|09.03.2018||Gothenburg, Sweden||Link to summary (PDF)|
The BFCC's partners represent the project at various external events to attract attention amongst different interest groups for the importance of transnational collaboration for innovation within fracture management in the BSR.
This international and interdisciplinary top event highlights the topic of bone healing for health care and research, industry and economy. The summit is organised by the projects BFCC, BONEBANK and Northopedics. It will take place on February 13th and 14th 2019 at the Media Docks in Lübeck, Germany.
What is the "innovative hospital"? In which areas of the hospital is it worth investing potential innovations? How to introduce innovations efficiently? How to create in the hospitals conditions, favorable for the creation of innovations? These and further questions were the main focus at the Transnational Forum at the Life Science Open Space conference in Krakow, Poland.
The BFCC project partners will face the challenge of sharing eHealth data across borders. Therefore, an EU data protection conformance for the transnational fracture registry, the heart piece of the project, is required. By this, the transnational fracture registry BFCC provides a working example for overcoming the barriers that stop the free flow of eHealth data.
Furthermore, the BFCC project partners organised a seminar at EU level to discuss this particular topic with eHealth experts from the Baltic Sea Region. With all these activities, BFCC makes an important contribution to the digitalisation agenda for the Baltic Sea Region.