We are now sold out for our next Bootcamp -18th & 19th October 2021.
Register your interest for our next 2022 intake
Biodesign bootcamps are an accelerated two full-days of learning and applying the Biodesign methodology for those wanting to learn how to identify and validate clinical unmet needs, ideate a viable solution and translate the innovation within a complex healthcare environment
Course faculty and guest speakers from the health technology field provide hands-on coaching and share knowledge that illustrates critical steps in the biodesign innovation process
What Is Covered?
How to identify clinical unmet needs
Need characterisation and validation with end-users
Existing solution gap analysis
Stakeholder and Market Analysis
Reimbursement and Regulatory Fundamentals
Business Model and Implementation Strategy
What Is The Cost?
$120 inclusive of GST
$240 inclusive of GST
$360 inclusive of GST
* Members include any staff or members of our supporters - UWA, ECU, Curtin University, Murdoch University, Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, Telethon Kids Institute, Perron Institute or Australian Medical Association.
Innovation staff & faculty who support commericialisation
Postdoctoral, researchers and academics
Clinicians & allied health professionals
Executives interested in the healthcare space
Professionals who are time poor or considering Biodesign Medtech or Digital Health courses
“The Bootcamp is one of the most informative sessions I have attended. Working in a Medtech startup, it helped me focus and prioritise different phases. I will be suggesting to have all new employees attend the bootcamp”
- Feb 2021 Bootcamp Attendee
"The biodesign bootcamp is an excellent introduction to the process of developing a medical technology device and service. It is systematic and comprehensive, clearly explaining the steps from ideas to funding and roll out"
- May 2021 Bootcamp Attendee
Administered & Sponsored by
The Biodesign Bootcamp program was initiated as a result of seed funding from the X-TEND WA program, New Industries Fund
The New Industries Fund is managed by the Department
of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation