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Invention for Innovation (i4i) Programme . Dr Martin Anyim i4i Assistant Director . 09/10/2013. Programme objectives. To advance the translation of healthcare technologies for increased patient benefit through guided progression of innovative medical technologies. Types of projects .

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invention for innovation i4i programme

Invention for Innovation (i4i) Programme

Dr Martin Anyim

i4i Assistant Director

09/10/2013

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Programme objectives

To advance thetranslationof healthcare technologies for increased patient benefit through guided progression of innovative medical technologies.

types of projects
Types of projects

A low-cost non-invasive visual aid for severely sight-impaired individuals

Next Generation Mobile HIV Diagnostics with Wireless Connectivity

types of projects1
Types of projects

Stroke reduction via improved opportunistic screening for atrial fibrillation - An evaluation of the clinical and economic benefits of the RapidRhythm device within primary care

facts and figures
Facts and Figures
  • Funding: £4 million in 2006/07; £20 million in 2013/14
  • Projects last up to 3 years
  • Current awards range from £170k up to £1.4 million but no formal limit
  • Since 2010, 52 projects recommended for funding, totalling £31,105,714
project team eligibility
Project team eligibility
  • Must be collaborative - Minimum of two organisations
  • NHS Trust, Higher Education Institution or industry
  • SMEs are particularly welcome
  • Lead applicants must be based in England or Wales only
3 key points
3 key points...
  • The benefits to patients and the NHS must be clearly articulated
  • Applications must show a high degree of technological innovation
  • The project team must contain the appropriate expertise for the work to be undertaken.
application process

Stage 1

Application process
  • Sub-Panel
  • Sift for eligibility
  • Assessed by Panel members
  • Stage 2
  • Includes Programme Director, Chairs and Deputy Chairs
  • Shortlist to invite to Stage 2
  • Panel
  • Peer review, including lay review
  • Due diligence begins
  • Risk friendly, multidisciplinary Panel
  • Presentations and Q&A
selection criteria
Selection criteria
  • Demonstrable evidence that a novel technology or intervention will be the ultimate output of the research and will deliver benefits to patients
  • Relevance of the research topic to the needs of the NHS and patients
  • Strength of the research / management team
  • The degree of technologicalinnovation and the case for further development
  • The health economic case
  • The strength of the overall business/commercialisation plan
  • The quality of the outline and full applications
2013 calls key dates
2013 Calls – key dates

7th call for i4i Product Development Awards

Call opens 9 am, 20November 2013

Stage 1 closes 1 pm, 15 January 2014

Panel meetings w/c 2 June 2014

OutcomeLate June2014

8th call for i4i Product Development Awards

Call opens May 2014

3rd call for i4i Challenge Awards

To be confirmed

beyond the panel
Beyond the Panel
  • Due diligence
    • Includes understanding IP position
    • Aimed at encouraging success
  • Project milestones
    • All projects are contracted against milestones
    • Agreed with project team and CCF
  • Monitoring
    • Active monitoring against milestones
    • Regular technical & financial reporting
    • Site visits, advice, RSGs, IPMG
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i4i Accelerator Programme

Aim: Tohelp health researchers maximise their chances of success when applying for funding and investment.

Eligibility: SMEs, academic researchers and clinicians applying to i4i or other medical-based funds, those seeking investment to take their early-stage products forward or to market.

Format: Four days and one evening intensive residential programme at Henley Business School.

Cost: £1750 per participant (excl VAT).

Next courses: the evening of Wednesday 9 to Friday 11 October and Monday 11 to Tuesday 12 November 2013.

Accelerator Programme Director, Ed Cooper

Tel: 0118 935 7115

Email: ed.cooper@vitalsix.co.uk

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Contact details

Website: www.i4i.nihr.ac.uk

Email: i4i.programme@nihr-ccf.org.uk

Tel: 020 8843 8015

NIHR CCF (i4i), Grange House, 15 Church Street, Twickenham, TW1 3NL