This course reflects on global health challenges and the role of innovative solutions in addressing them. By engaging in this course, you will be able to describe the principles and key types of innovation in order to characterise the fundamental features of new models of care and technologies.
This course is part of the Global Health Innovations Specialization
About this Course
What you will learn
Describe the principles and key types of innovation in order to characterise the fundamental features of new models of care or technologies.
Consider the key factors that influence the adoption and scaling up of different types of healthcare innovations
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Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
INNOVATION VS. INVENTION
TYPES OF INNOVATION - DISRUPTIVE, FRUGAL AND REVERSE
PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND COMMERCIALISATION
GETTING AN INNOVATION INTO PRACTICE
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- 2 stars2.46%
- 1 star0.61%
TOP REVIEWS FROM A GUIDE TO HEALTHCARE INNOVATION: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE
insight full course enjoyed it thoroughly thank you
The content was good. I wish there were links to the reading materials.
It was a great knowledge input which will surely help me in future. Sincere thanks to Imperial College London & Coursera for creating this learning opportunity.
A great introductory course by Imperial College London, lead by Dr Matthew Harris. Would recommend it to anyone with interest in healthcare innovation
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