Official data in SubjectManager for the following academic year: 2022-2023
Dr. Miklós NYITRAI
Department of Biophysics
Number of hours/semester
lectures: 13 hours
practices: 11 hours
seminars: 0 hours
total of: 24 hours
- Code of subject: OXF-IET-h-T
- 2 kredit
- General Medicine
- Optional modul
Course headcount limitations
min. 5 – max. 25
Available as Campus course for 5 fő számára. Campus-karok: ÁOK BTK ETK KTK MIK TTK
Continuous innovation in healthcare ensures the most accurate and patient-oriented implementation of patient care, diagnosis, or prevention. But how do these innovations born, what kind of knowledge, professional experience and tools are needed for this? During the course we are going to answer all these questions.
Our goal is to transfer the knowledge, skills and practice that are needed for the elaboration and successful implementation of an idea based on a real market need within the healthcare sector. From the identification of the need, in addition to the validation of the idea and the involvement and analysis of the aspects necessary for the development, we will guide you through the whole process ending with the appropriate presentation of the solution proposal.
Those who enrol the course will have a unique opportunity to take part in a real project-based challenge. Participants will work in teams and in order to earn a grade, at the end of the course the teams will have to present their idea and chosen solution in the form of a presentation to external experts.
- 1. Introduction to the "Innovations in Healthcare Technology" course - Dr. Nyitrai Miklós
- 3. Mapping needs and challenges; brainstorming - Dr. Liber Noémi
- 5. Target group definition, competitors and competitive advantages - Dr. Deák Máté Iván
- 7. Risk assesment - Dr. Sik Attila Gábor
- 9. Business model - Kleschné Dr. Csapi Vivien
- 11. Validation - Kleschné Dr. Csapi Vivien
- 13. Intellectual Property Rights - Dr. Gruber Adél
- 15. Marketing - Dr. Rácz-Putzer Petra Eszter
- 17. From Idea to Development - Dr. Maróti Péter Dezső
- 19. Healthcare Data Protection, Cybersecurity in Healthcare - Halassy Zsolt
- 21. Presentation Techniques - Dr. Szentpéteri József László
- 22. Presentation Techniques - Dr. Szentpéteri József László
- 23. Final presentations - Dr. Maróti Péter Dezső
- 2. Mapping needs and challenges
- 4. Brainstorming
- 6. Target group definition, competitors and competitive advantages
- 8. Risk assesment
- 10. Business model
- 12. Validation
- 14. Project development 1.
- 16. Project development 2.
- 18. Project development 3.
- 20. Project development 4.
- 24. Final presentations
Literature developed by the Department
Dr. Meskó Bertalan: The Guide to the Future of the Medicine, Technology and the Human Touch
Joseph Dyro, Ernesto Ladanza: Clinical Engineering Handbook
Dr. Meskó Betalan: Social Media in Clinical Practice
Dr. Meskó Bertalan: My Health: Upgraded: Revolutionary Technologies to Bring a Healthier Future
Alec Ross: Industries of the Future
Paul Burns: Entrepreneurship and Small Business
Oliver Uecke: How to commercialise Research in Biotechnology?: Effectiveness of the Innovation Process and of Technology Transfer in the Biotechnology Sector
Integrating risk management in the innovation project (2014) John Bowers, Alireza Khorakian In European Journal of Innovation Management
Conditions for acceptance of the semester
Maximum of 25 % absence allowed
Successful completion of the course requires continuous classroom activity, during the semester students work on an oral presentation on the topic of the course. Assessment is based on class work and the oral presentation.
Making up for missed classes
Based on consultation with the course director.
The course ends with a mid-year grade, so there are no exam questions.
Instructor / tutor of practices and seminars
- Dr. Deák Máté Iván
- Dr. Gruber Adél
- Dr. Liber Noémi
- Dr. Maróti Péter Dezső
- Dr. Nyitrai Miklós
- Dr. Rácz-Putzer Petra Eszter
- Dr. Sik Attila Gábor
- Halassy Zsolt
- Kleschné Dr. Csapi Vivien