Frequently Asked Questions

A needs-driven approach exemplified through the Biodesign process should be in the minds of anyone involved in health technology innovation.

In particular, the following groups are likely to benefit from training in Biodesign and accompanying offerings:

  • Clinician innovators
  • Executives and senior managers in the health technology field (strategic planning, marketing, research & development, product development, and/or business development)
  • Healthcare leaders who are responsible for innovation efforts within their organizations
  • Healthcare cluster managers
  • Multi-disciplinary innovation teams in health technology development
  • Reserachers who would like to better apply their reserach field to translational work

 

SB will curate a training calendar every Fiscal Year (1 April – 31 March) which will be updated on our website

In addition, SB will send out monthly announcements (by 15th of every month) of our training offerings for the following month to our mailing list and partners. To be put on our mailing list, please contact us and request to be on the mailing list.

In addition, frequent announcements will be made on our social media i.e. Facebook and LinkedIn pages.

Open access lectures are free of charge and made available to the general public. However, registration is required to guarantee a seat and to allow us to estimate numbers for catering. Registration links will be made available the month before the lecture date.

Biodesign training fees may vary based on the number of trainers required for the group size and if more intensive input is required from our trainers to meet target deliverables for customized training.

The open access lectures are free to all registered participants.

Workshops are generally priced at S$500/participant/0.5d unless otherwise stated. Please refer to individual EDMs for pricing of a specific workshop.

For effective and interactive learning from our trainers who have put in considerable thought to prepare the hands-on exercises and case studies, a typical workshop size is kept between 20 to 30 participants.

Registration priority will be given to our corporate partners and healthcare cluster innovation partners at a preferential rate.

Please contact us if interested. This will help us to better gauge interest and ensure the continuity of our training offerings by meeting the minimum attendance.

Registration will close 5 working days before the workshop date.

If your company is interested to have a customized Biodesign workshop, a minimum of 6 participants for 1 day Biodesign seminar and a minimum of 15 participants for 3 days Biodesign workshop is required.

Please contact us no less than 2 months before the target date indicating your objectives, no of participants, experience and background of participants.

The workshops will take place in the vicinity of Fusionopolis, One-North unless otherwise stated.