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2017-10-08 | Giampaolo Martufi

Long lasting pain: Challenge accepted!

Once upon a time there were a Lithuanian businesswoman, Akvile, an Italian engineer, Giampaolo, a Canadian/Swedish medical doctor, Jenny, and…

2017-10-01 | Elhabib Moustaid

Team Internal Medicine: Ready, set, go …

The Clinical Innovation Fellowship team ‘Internal Medicine’ is undergoing its third week at the Hospital of Norrtälje. At the end…

2017-05-05 | John van Leer

Visit in Dublin

Hi! Last Sunday we took the early flight to Dublin as José mentioned . We arrived before lunch so we…

2017-04-28 | José Díaz

Quick Post: Back From Dublin!

This Monday some of the past editions’ Clinical Innovation Fellows (Katarina Hedbeck from TADA, Louise Warme from Lara Diagnostics and…

2017-04-23 | Désirée Lichtenstein

Countdown

Just one week left. We are preparing for graduation by trying to finish as much of our work as possible…

2017-04-14 | José Díaz

Team Infection: Planning (Planting?) Ahead

As CIF gets closer to an end we need to plan ahead on how to proceed, especially since we will…

| Désirée Lichtenstein

Decisions!

What will happen in a year? In two? In five? These are the questions that have been crowding team O’s…

2017-04-06 | José Díaz

Team Infection: Last Reference Group Meeting

This week we had our last reference group meeting, where our master students presented to the Reference Group the current…

| Désirée Lichtenstein

Getting closer to the end…

We only have a few weeks left of the CIF-program. It is time to start and tie together are different…

2017-04-02 | José Díaz

Team Infection: Working with the Pros

We made it through our Business Mentor meeting, with very valuable feedback about our way forward and how can we…

2018-03-16 | Giampaolo Martufi

Will applied mathematics help Elhabib to elaborate an optimal shooting strategy?

To shoot, or not to shoot, that is the question. During the traditional wheelchair basketball game, clinical innovation fellows are…

2018-01-20 | Elhabib Moustaid

Simulation and Role Playing for Hospital Physical Environment Design

Patients falling in hospitals are a major problem in healthcare that usually goes unseen. Statistics show there are about 70,000…

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