Researchers and academic institutions possess a wealth of knowledge and specialized skills that can greatly enrich the collaborative efforts within Smart D8. Applying rigorous scientific methodologies, data analysis capabilities, and innovative research techniques serve as fundamental assets in identifying the root causes of health challenges and developing evidence-based solutions.
By joining forces with Smart D8, researchers and academic institutions could actively contribute to co-creating and implementing innovative pilots and projects. These initiatives could serve as testbeds for new health interventions, technologies, and service delivery models.
We are open to collaboration. If you have research or innovation interests which are focused on sustaining better health and well-being, or approaches to support people with illness living in the community, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can help you reach real people and demonstrate real impacts.