Praxis Ideation Challenge Workshop V: Safety & Efficacy

May 17, 2021
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3:00pm–5:00pm
Workshop/Seminar
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Rapid Prototyping is one key to making your ideas real.  Prototyping​ is a learning tool to get valuable feedback​ and a legal tool to establish a sense of ownership​ (patenting the expression of an idea).  Prototypes can reduce costs, refine concepts, expose faulty assumptions and identify overlooked requirements. However, prototyping and evaluation in the biomedical context aren’t always as simple as doing UX/UI design for an app.  Dealing with people and critical decision-making in healthcare contexts requires specialized thinking and strategies.

This workshop explores prototyping and evaluation strategies for different innovations in biomedical contexts.  Participants will be introduced to challenges and novel approaches for IDEATION in Biotech.

Learning Objectives:

  • To transform, share, test, and refine (conceptual) prototypes

Key Concepts:

  • Different levels of prototyping meet different needs
  • Prototyping is iterative
  • Prototypes as ‘testing’ tools

For more information, visit https://ideation.mito.utoronto.ca/?activity=workshop-v-innovation-pathways

Location
Zoom
2021-05-17 19:00:00 2021-05-17 21:00:00 UTC Praxis Ideation Challenge Workshop V: Safety & Efficacy Rapid Prototyping is one key to making your ideas real.  Prototyping​ is a learning tool to get valuable feedback​ and a legal tool to establish a sense of ownership​ (patenting the expression of an idea).  Prototypes can reduce costs, refine concepts, expose faulty assumptions and identify overlooked requirements. However, prototyping and evaluation in the biomedical context aren’t always as simple as doing UX/UI design for an app.  Dealing with people and critical decision-making in healthcare contexts requires specialized thinking and strategies. This workshop explores prototyping and evaluation strategies for different innovations in biomedical contexts.  Participants will be introduced to challenges and novel approaches for IDEATION in Biotech. Learning Objectives: To transform, share, test, and refine (conceptual) prototypes Key Concepts: Different levels of prototyping meet different needs Prototyping is iterative Prototypes as ‘testing’ tools For more information, visit https://ideation.mito.utoronto.ca/?activity=workshop-v-innovation-pathways Zoom ideation@utoronto.ca