The world´s most sustainable health care 2030 - a catalyst for Swedish innovation and export
|Coordinator||Stiftelsen TEM vid Lunds universitet|
|Funding from Vinnova||SEK 1 441 200|
|Project duration||November 2018 - September 2019|
Purpose and goal
The project has fulfilled the goals which were to develop a methodology, a constellation and forms of collaboration for a continous work towards the vision of the worlds most sustainable healthcare 2030. This has been realised through an application for a prolonged project at Vinnova. A vision for the worlds most sustainable healthcare 2030 has been formulated and along with this goals and activities. Workshops have been done and a guideline directed towards SMEs in life science working with sustainability has been created.
Expected results and effects
The project has resulted in an application for a prolonged project at Vinnova with a constellation and areas of activitity. The application is built on workshops, interviews and literature studies which have been conducted in the pre-study. The interest for this field is big and a large number of new relevant stakeholders have been identified. A guideline for how SMEs within life science can work with sustainability has been created. The interest for this has been very big. Online international best practices of sustainable healthcare have been published, and a compilation of laws.
Planned approach and implementation
Sustainable healthcare is a large field, because of this the pre-study has mainly been focused on life science stakeholders such as companies, incubators and networks. 4 workshops have been conducted, in Malmö, Stockholm, Göteborg and Umeå. A final workshop has also been held in Stockholm. Interviews have been conducted with a large number of stakeholders in order to map out needs and receive input for the guideline, vision and goal. The guideline has been written in collaboration with the project partners. Format and content has been provided as input at the workshops.