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Analyse av dagens forsknings- og innovasjonssystem - andre workshop gjennomført

Tirsdag 6. november 2018 gjennomførte Damvad Analytics sin andre workshop i forbindelse med arbeidet med prosjekt Analyse av dagens forsknings- og innovasjonssystem.

De 24 inviterte deltakerne til novemberworkshopen ble på forhånd bedt om å tenke gjennom forslag til mulige løsninger for noen hovedutfordringer i dagens forsknings- og innovasjonssystem. De presenterte hovedutfordringene er et resultat av rundt 70 telefonintervjuer samt innspill som ble diskutert i den første workshopen 19. juni 2018.

 

De fem hovedutfordringene er:

 

1. Better public health impact

Identified challenges

• Inadequate knowledge of causes and consequences of differences in health and health service utilization

• Large variations in local knowledge and implementation of treatment guidelines

• Initiatives at the local level are merely pilots and lacks good documentation

• Public health initiatives are not sufficiently evaluated

• Low level of public procurement of innovative solutions

• New practices, technologies or service models are poorly adopted and diffused

• Leading research environments are not sufficiently engaged in applied research

 

2. Using the R&I system to stimulate and grow the health business sector

Identified challenges

• Norway lacks private health businesses and have a low private investment level in research and innovation.

• Support measures do not support private health business development in the invention and adoption stages.

• There is not enough public-private cooperation in the Norwegian system.

• There are only few career paths in health research beyond PhD and outside academia.

 

3. Strengthen collaboration across organisational silos

Identified challenge

• The Norwegian sector principle hampers cross-sectoral cooperation

Solutions proposed:

1) Develop large national and inter-sectoral health research and innovation announcements.

2) Introduce mission-oriented projects, in which parties from different sectors are required to solve the biggest health challenges.

3) Coordinate research infrastructures at the highest strategic and operational level, i.e. establish a formal cooperation forum with high level participation from the ministries, regional health authorities and research institutions.

4) Establish a joint research administrator support system.

5) Promote mutual governance representation between research institutions and regional health authorities and between university hospitals and the faculty of Health / faculty of Medicine

6) Make a larger proportion of funding for health research subject to open national competition.

 

4. Efficiency and speed of research translation and innovation

Identified challenge

• Health innovation processes are too slow

 

5. Effectively integrating public, patient and practitioner priorities

Identified challenges

• Patients and the public are invited in but without the capacity to contribute

• Users experience difficulties getting access to health data.

• Low prioritization of health technology assessments and clinical trials

• Municipalities lack the capacity and competencies to be involved

 

Les rapporten fra workshopen her:  HO21 Workshop Report 6.11.2018 PDF - 702 KB

 

Stor takk til alle som har deltatt i telefonintervju og i workshopene.

 

Skrevet av:
Hilde Dorthea Grindvik Nielsen Spesialrådgiver hgn@forskningsradet.no
Publisert:
12.11.2018
Sist oppdatert:
12.11.2018