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TEDxMontréalQuartierLatin “Design for health”, register now!

TEDxMontréalQuartierLatinThe count down is on! On October 1st, the Hinnovic team invites you to participate to its TEDxMontréalQuartierLatin on “Design for health”. This event will take place at the Cinémathèque, in Montreal.



Design for health?

Design is the discipline of conception. It pushes us to look not only at the beauty and functionality of objects, but more importantly at the intelligence that underlies solutions. Because technologies and physical spaces influence how health care providers deliver care and how individuals and communities evolve and remain healthy or not, design offers a unique and very broad perspective on ways to improve population health.


Attending our TEDxMOntréalQuartierLatin will give you the opportunity to discuss with people who are passionate about new medical technological breakthroughs, but also about innovative health care processes and health care places. These include, for instance, hospitals wherein health care providers interact with patients, home settings wherein elderly persons seek to maintain their quality of life, and the various settings wherein adults work and children play and grow.



In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx – where x=independently organized TED event – is a program of local, self- organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group.


To find more about the program
Program (PDF)

To register online
Online registration page

For more information
TEDxMontrèalQuartierLatin website

Authors : The Hinnovic Team


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