We have the pleasure to officially launch our Challenge Innovation #3!
The Challenge Innovation is the competition initiated by LallianSe since 2018 with APHP.Sorbonne University to distribute the profits generated during the previous FestiLAB, an annual charity event. Made possible by the support of privileged partners which brings together around an artistic project, an acoustic rock band and a private event for the actors of innovation (entrepreneurs, hospitals, researchers, investors, recruiters, developers, service providers, etc.). The Challenge Innovation is the competition designed to distribute the donations collected during FestiLAB.
In order to launch our call for projects, on Tuesday January 18, 2022, we organized a Rencontre de l’Innovation, a conference intended for the paramedical and technical staff of the GH APHP.Sorbonne University.
We’d like to thank our speakers and partners : Tatiana Akake (Deputy Director at the Research & Innovation Department at the GH APHP. Sorbonne Université), Pierre Mozer (Urologist et co-founder of UroMems), Cécile Combes (Physiotherapist and winner of the Challenge Innovation #2), Aude Nyadanu (serial entrepreneurs, singer of our rock band The Entrepreneurs at the FestiLAB, founder of Lowpital and much more), Patrick Delamare (General Care Coordinator of the GH APHP.Sorbonne Université) and at alst Julie Rachline (CEO LallianSe). Find their experiences and interventions in the replay below:
For this 3rd edition we have decided to make the make the call for projects process more complete and supportive. Here is the process, the conditions & modalities, as well as the calendar to apply.
You have an idea, a project and you meet the mandatory conditions to apply? Fill out our online questionnaire and get started on the adventure!
The Challenge Innovation also innovates! As you know, this year, 3 ‘Design Thinking’ workshops accompany the paramedical teams: a variety of projects that illustrate the contribution of collective intelligence methods and the user approach, deployed by the teams of Lowpital, Aude and Maylis. It is also the consistency to involve Aude, singer of Les Entrepreneurs, even more in the adventure! Here are the first images of the launch of the workshops which take place with great enthusiasm from the participants:
Remember, as part of our collaboration with the AP-HP, Public Assistance – Hospitals of Paris Sorbonne University for the 3rd #ChallengeInnovation for #paramedical and #medicotechnical staff of the GH, we had decided to innovate! This year, 3 ‘Design Thinking’ workshops accompanied the paramedical teams by the teams of Lowpital, Aude Nyadanu and Maylis Callier to help them prepare the call for projects.
What did these workshops bring them? How did that help them? Hear their stories in the video below:
Since 2019, LallianSe and the APHP.Sorbonne University Hospital-University Group have joined forces to launch the third edition of the Challenge Innovation for paramedical and medical-technical personnel at APHP.Sorbonne University. LallianSe works in partnership with APHP.Sorbonne University to support and accompany the initiatives of healthcare professionals who carry out innovations.
On May 12, 2022, the Research and Innovation Department of APHP.Sorbonne University and the General Management of LallianSe, unanimously by the Jury, awarded two prizes.
The Jury was composed of Pauline Maisani, Director of the Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital and Deputy General Director of the GHU APHP.SU, Patrick Delamare, Deputy General Coordinator of Care of the GHU APHP.SU, Florence Mahé-Dombis, Sponsorship Manager of Sorbonne Université Faculty of Medicine, Pascale Maisonneuve, General Secretary of the LallianSe association, Tatiana Akake-Beshelemu, Deputy Director of Research and Innovation of the GH APHP.SU, and Julie Rachline, President of LallianSe.
The 1st Prize of the Innovation Challenge #3 is awarded to the ESCAPE GAME DIGITAL project IN THE PEDIATRIC-ADULT TRANSITION led by Sandrine Bottius, Health course coordinator at the Pitié-Salpêtrière hospital. It is accompanied by a grant of €12,000 as well as support by LallianSe for 12 months.
This project will be a tool that can be used by pediatrics and adult medicine to help prepare for the transition and strengthen the patient’s adherence to their adult health journey through a better understanding and apprehension of the stages that make up this period. It is designed in a generic enough way to also be used transversely by pediatric hospitals for preparation for the Transition on the one hand, and on the other hand by adult hospitals for the adhesion of the young patient to his course.
The 2nd Prize of the Challenge Innovation #3 is awarded to the REVAP-STOMIE project led by Axelle Pierre-Joseph, Nurse Stomatherapist at the Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital. It is accompanied by a grant of €5,000 as well as support by LallianSe for 6 months.
Within the framework of the REVAP project (REalité Virtuelle Apprentissage), a tool for teaching surgery for caesarean section had already been developed, using virtual reality (VR), based on a combination of 3D videos captured during a surgical intervention and lessons interactive. This tool would make it possible to see and review the various treatments as well as the techniques for fitting ostomies on a support allowing a projection of the caregiver very close to reality. Ostomy care is little known care, not taught in the majority of IFSIs.
The Jury would like to point out the quality of all the projects presented to it. The GHU APHP.Sorbonne Université and LallianSe renew to all the paramedical and technical staff their congratulations for having participated, and hope to continue these projects for the emergence and promotion of health innovations.
See you at the Challenge Innovation #4 !