SBRI Healthcare (Small Business Research Initiative for Healthcare) work in partnership with the AHSN network (Academic Health Science Network) to provide funding and support for innovations that help address NHS unmet needs and benefit patients.
They are opening a new competition which will be open from 31st October until the 22nd November.
They are looking for innovations that engage and empower clinical professional and specialty groups, partnerships that will enable circular models – increasing and sustaining levels of reuse, remanufacture and material recovery, and holistic approaches to end-to-end care delivery that enable evidence based, high-quality, outcome driven, low carbon care for all.
The early-stage development contracts are for a maximum of 12 months and from £50,000- £100,000 (NET) per project.
If you have an innovation that could support the NHS Net Zero targets and drive a healthcare system that is more sustainable, then join the briefing webinar on 22nd September 2-4pm.
You can find out more and register for the briefing here.