You can still join the 3rd GAME #FuturistForum - Innovathon
Transforming the Future of Lifelong Learning in Healthcare
Now continuing virtually
December 8, 2022
9 am to 12 pm EST
15:00 to 18:00 CET
The #FF Themes:
The Futurist Mindset
Human Touch: Lifelong Learning and Evolving Technology
The Value of Collaboration
Program site opens Monday, 10 May 2021
The Virtual Meeting Agenda
Thursday, 8 December 2022 (9 am EST to 12 pm EST
Your Futurist Innovathon Journey - Review of themes and literature
Innovathon inspirational keynote – Redefining Healthcare – what is needed in the future?
- Elizabeth Teisberg, University of Texas, Austin
Innovathon team current project review
Design Thinking interactive workshop
- David Pollard, EIT Health, Ireland -->
<-- Colin Keogh, Sapien Innovation, Ireland
Reimagining Bias and Conflicts of Interest
- Eleftherios Soleas
GAME Networking and next steps
"We had a great amount of time to work in teams during the Montreal meeting. Our Innovathon project is exciting and I look forward to working with my talented teammates over the next couple of months"
- Dale K. 2022 #FF Attendee
A Learning Journey
Why should I join the Innovathon?
Exploring and addressing future trends in lifelong learning in healthcare will help learners develop a futurist mindset and ease the fear of the change that is likely to occur over the next 10 years.
Join your colleagues live in Montreal Canada and start building trust and brainstorming with your regional team.
Build and/or enhance lasting relationships with other colleagues in the CPD field.
Implement an “Innovathon” demonstration projects that will help accelerate solutions to identified barriers to change and improve overall outcomes in learning and healthcare.
Take responsibility for educating healthcare learners and to assist in acknowledgment of future trends and subsequently embracing of the change with concrete solutions.
What is an Innovathon?
The purpose of the 2022 Futurist Forum is to explore and implement the previously identified solutions in regional “Innovathon” teams (described below). As the world returns to live meetings, a blended learning instructional design bringing together regional teams will be utilized for maximum impact, flexibility, and engagement, with these teams working independently and then coming together to share their work and findings in a virtual meetup.
The 2022 Futurist Forum will focus around a learner’s journey, beginning with reengaging the learners with the skill of the futurist mindset. The learners will be assigned to a regional team for a 6 month “Innovathon” based in their region of the world. Based on the idea of a hackathon, regional teams, led by a member of the Futurist and Innovations Committee and/or regional facilitator, will engage each other over a six-month period (one per month) on selected themes/solutions that resulted from discussion of the previous Forums. Team and trust building for implementation of these Innovathon teams will start at the in-person Futurist Forum on October 14-15, 2022.
Figure 1 - The longitudinal, blended educational journey of the Innovathon.
The findings from the first Futurist Forum have been published in JECME (click link to read) and are, along with the draft manuscript of the 2nd Futurist Forum, the foundation of the themes and solutions that will be implemented in the “Innovathon”. The key themes of the 2nd Futurist Forum provided many interesting perspectives from around the globe and how they may or may not impact lifelong learning in healthcare.
GAME has run two previous Futurist Forums. Planning started in 2018 for the inaugural 2-day Futurist Forum, which took place in-person in Budapest, Hungary in October 2019. The specific development process used in educational design of this Futurist Forum was published in JECME, which also included the findings of the experts and attendees.
The Futurist and Innovation Committee (FIC) of GAME, with the COVID pandemic in full swing, developed the totally virtual 2nd Futurist Forum, which occurred in May 2021. With a 50% increase in attendance, there remains a lot of interest in the future of lifelong learning in healthcare. The second forum included a discussion on potential solutions to identified trends and challenges, and these discussions and solutions have directed the educational design for the 2022 Futurist Forum.
The current environment for lifelong learning in healthcare has changed dramatically over the last two and one-half years (2020 – 2022), impacted by the global pandemic. Trends identified during the first Futurist Forum (and published in the manuscript) were accelerated significantly, as institutions and organizations moved to address the needs of learners during a period where social distancing and quarantine necessitated by COVID-19 canceled most live meetings. We look to understand innovation in this new reality from the learner’s perspective through brainstorming and solution-oriented work. Lastly, we want to show how these solutions can accelerate trends for the betterment of lifelong learning in healthcare.
The future of lifelong learning (LLL) in healthcare is important to GAME; efforts to understand the trends are continuously ongoing by many professionals and organizations globally. The first two Futurist Forums sought to identify and understand the most important trends and even identified potential solutions.
The 2022 GAME #FuturistForum conference is a blended learning journey and includes a live, in-person conference in Montreal, Canada, as well as asynchronous and synchronous educational sessions.
The start of this year's event was the kick off of the "Innovathon." While the in-person conference is past (it happened on 14 - 15 October 2022) we now move into the virtual Innovathon team workshops. There are four teams, with each meeting and working on their project monthly until they submit their "pitch" on April 21, 2023. The pitch is to have the GAME organization fund the project implementation.
Join us and engage with international leaders and professionals spanning the healthcare industry who are committed to exploring the future of lifelong learning in healthcare.