Our Program to realize foundation mission

The JAIN Foundation aims to promote innovative solutions for people with dementia and their caregivers. Through collaboration between worldwide parties, JAIN aims to develop accessible and affordable services and products that improve the autonomy, self-reliance, and quality of life of people with dementia.

We herewith inform you about our forthcoming learning community events which aligns with our mission to integrate tailored artificial intelligence into business operations, services, and products

24th January 2024, 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM Online meeting Businessmeeting
Title: Business approach services and products for people with dementia
Follow-up meeting on 29th November 2023 at the request of the participants.

28th February 2024, 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM JAIN workshop on IP & Asset management

Location: AI Innovation Center - HTC 5, 5656 AA Eindhoven

Workshop covering the topic of IP & Asset management. The maximum number of participants for this workshop on 28.02.24 is set at 12. Participants from the JAIN Foundation have priority in registration. 

During the workshop, an overview will be provided of various forms of intellectual property, when they are applicable, and how to leverage them to strengthen your company's competitive position. The session will explore which aspects of your product/service can be protected and how to identify them. Additionally, it will address considerations regarding sharing information—what can be shared and when. The workshop will also cover learning from third-party patent publications by utilizing publicly accessible patent databases.

The above topics will be illustrated using a JAIN-related example. There will be ample opportunity for participants to ask questions.

The workshop will be conducted by the Dutch Patent Office, a part of the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO).

World JAIN Challenge
09.04.2024: Virtual Pitches of Finalists
23.04.2024: Announcement Winners JAIN Challenge ’24

More information in a customized document is available on request, please send an email to h.arnold@jainprojects.com

May 1, 2024, from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Empowering Professionals in Complex Dementia Care with AI

A digital JAIN Expert Committee meeting highlighting how AI's capabilities benefit complex medical and psychiatric dementia care.

More information in a customized document is available on request, please send an email to h.arnold@jainprojects.com

June 17, 2024, Empowering Innovation in Dementia Care for startups en scale- ups 

Workshop: June 17, 2024, 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Location: eHealth Living & Learning Lab, UVA AMC, Amsterdam

This workshop targets Dutch companies that create support products for individuals with dementia, their families, and caregivers, aiming to enable them to live independently and happily at home for longer periods. The primary objective of the workshops is to reduce the vulnerability of start-ups and scale-ups, striving for a sustainable ecosystem.

This ecosystem transcends domains and aligns with both healthcare practice and business, prioritizing the patient perspective. Collaboration between healthcare practice and business occurs within this system, facilitating intensive knowledge sharing stemming from the ZonMW Dementia Research Program. Through an integrated approach, contributions are made to both national and international knowledge infrastructures.

During this workshop, companies are introduced to practical and applicable design principles for individuals with dementia. These principles, scientifically grounded, are presented and discussed by JAIN board member Dr. Thomas Engelsma. Implementing these principles helps align a value proposition seamlessly with user needs. By actively supporting and guiding start-ups and scale-ups, we offer them the opportunity to strengthen themselves in a complex market, such as that of support products for individuals with dementia and their caregivers.

More information in a customized document is available on request, please send an email to h.arnold@jainprojects.com

JAIN Business meetings and fixed agenda items
During JAIN business meetings the focus is on how we can strengthen vital business processes of companies, healthcare institutions, municipalities and health insurers. The permanent agenda items are:

1. Analyze and think about specific subject
2. Interactive presentation and guided discussion by JAIN Experts in this field
3. Operational challenges, figuring out how you are doing things and KPIs
4. Conclusion and consideration

Participating in the activities
If you would like to participate in the activities, please send an email to innovation@jainprojects.com

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