D4D secures £100k funding to develop medical technologies for children with long-term conditions

The National Institute for Health Research has awarded Devices for Dignity HTC additional funding (£100,000) to develop, in collaboration with the main five childrens hospitals in UK, innovative medical technologies to meet the specific needs of children with long term conditions.

Using the methodology developed by Devices for Dignity HTC, a new paediatric theme will identify, validate and prioritise unmet needs and will catalyse the development of new healthcare technologies with a specific focus on the paediatric sector.