Programme | Clinical Innovation Fellowships
We are looking for new candidates for the Clinical Innovation Fellowships!
The programme will run for the seventh time from 1.09.16 to 30.04.17. Deadline for applications: 22.03.2016
A Unique Opportunity
The Clinical Innovation Fellowships, a EIT Health Flagship Initiative, is a joint programme by Karolinska Institutet (KI), the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) and Stockholm County Council (SLL), inspired by and in cooperation with Stanford University.
The Fellowships programme offers participants a unique opportunity to specialise in clinical innovation and to work together in highly skilled, interdisciplinary teams of medical doctors, engineers, designers and management school graduates.
What is the Clinical Innovation Fellowships Programme?
This eight-month programme is aimed at strengthening the Healthcare Innovation Environment in Europe in general and in Stockholm in particular. We educate the future innovators in healthcare and create strong innovator networks.
At the core of the program lies a six-weeks intensive period during which the fellow candidates are immersed into a real healthcare setting. Teams of four candidates follow the daily activity in that setting, looking for needs and challenges, with the ultimate aim of developing new solutions that improve healthcare.
• Applicants must be citizens of the EU.
• Fluent English, both written and spoken is required.
• Applicants who are offered a place must live in Stockholm during the programme. Housing must be solved by the applicants themselves.
• Candidates who are offered a place will receive an economic remuneration of 20000 SEK per month during the programme. Candidates who have worked for KTH The Royal Institute of Technology at some point during the last five years are subject to different economic conditions.
• All IP created during the programme is the property of the team.
• Candidates that complete the programme successfully are rewarded with the academic title of Clinical Innovation Fellow at both Karolinska Institutet and KTH.
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