Explore challenges and opportunities across key urban health initiatives including ageing well, smart transport, smart homes and the built environment at RMIT Europe's Urban Health Forum.
RMIT Europe and The University Hospital of Vall d'Hebron jointly invite key partners to explore the challenges and opportunities across key urban health initiatives to be funded by H2020, including hospitals of the future, transport, smart homes and the built environment, in the coming call. To facilitate the discussion we are holding an Urban Health Forum on 5 October 2017 in Barcelona.
These issues and upcoming funding sources will be discussed at this must-attend event for public sector workers, industry, and researchers. The objective is to progress from a collegiate discussion into initial proposal ideas for April 2018 on:
- Urban health initiatives including ageing well, smart transport, smart homes and the built environment.
- Metrics and evaluation criteria needed to guarantee return on urban health objectives/investment.
- Technology as a wider societal enabler, i.e. Big Data, AI, and virtual reality.
- Ensuring inclusive and participative social development.
Visit the event website for more details and to register to attend.