Thank you to everyone who attended HealthTech Week! We are thrilled that so many connections were rekindled or newly made. We hope to see you all again soon.
Upcoming TTM Events
Future Leaders: Māori Cultural Competency workshops for ECRs Monday 11th July and Wednesday 13th July This short Māori cultural competency series is designed for early- to mid- career researchers in the health and brain research areas. More information here – limited spots available, register now!
Mātauranga Māori: Manaaki Sessions for Clinicians and Researchers Next session 14th July 7pm, Online Who are you as a Tiriti partner and how does Te Tiriti apply to your research and/or clinical work? The manaaki sessions are a safe online space for both Māori and non-Māori alike to participate in open discussions around our understandings and experiences of Te Tiriti. You are welcome to attend as many sessions as you like, no preparation, registration, or homework required! Find out how to join and see the schedule on our events page here. Please feel free to contact Misty directly for more information: email@example.com
Past event: TTM Commercial Translation Speaker Series: Getting Technology into Hospitals Now that you have a technology with the potential to solve a crucial healthcare problem, how do you actually get it into the hospital? If you missed this session, you can find the recording here.
Read a great article on experiences and lessons learned from NZ startup company Kami: https://www.cmdt.org.nz/post/focus-or-die-lessons-from-new-zealand-s-fastest-growing-company
Research Acceleration Programme (RAP)
RAP Stage I: The next deadline for funding consideration is 12pm 25th July 2022. You can send proposals in any time.
RAP Stage II: Our second request for proposals was released last week, with a deadline of 12pm 22nd August 2022.
RAP Funding – what is it and how do I get it? Recently the Future Leaders module held an information session which comprised a general overview of RAP funding and its requirements, advice for submitting proposals, and there were some great questions asked. You can find the recording here.
As always, the Te Tītoki Mataora (TTM) team is here if you have any questions or comments you would like to share.