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Social challenges and telemedecine: the winners of the MIT Innovators Under 35 Poland
After stops in Paris and Brussels, the MIT Innovators Under 35, organized in partnership with L'Atelier BNP Paribas, awarded the young Polish innovators, in Warsaw.
They performed a workshop dedicated to the new uses of technology to foster the civic commitment, and then pitched their project, on stage.
“It's exciting for them to choose the social challenges they want to solve . It is their own decision , they do not need their parents or their teachers to take it. They feel they have power over a small fragment of reality , to touch real people in the real world . It's so important for teenagers who are tired of being seen as children. And all this power and influence, this is possible only when one is in a team”, says Rafal Flis.
to touch real people in the real world . It's so important for teenagers who are tired of being seen as children.
Patrycja Wizińska-Socha was designated Innovator oft he Year, for Pregnabit, who allows the future parents to follow the health oft he foetus through telemedecine.
" Many people do not know that telemedical solutions are useful and safe. I hope my award will help change that mindset , including in medical teams . Telemedicine is a solution that health professionals can use to improve the care they provide to patients. We want to work with them , we do not intend to replace them!", says Patrycja Wizińska-Socha.
Telemedicine is a solution that health professionals can use to improve the care they provide to patients. We want to work with them.
Congratulations to the winners!
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