Collaborate with EPIC

Collaborating with EPIC is a great way to shape the future of eHealth in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly and opportunities to get involved are varied and plentiful.

You can either:

  • attend a technology roadshow to see what eHealth technology is all about
  • come to an event showcase to meet other people that you may be able to collaborate with – you may be an eager technology company who can help develop and deliver an idea, or someone with a great idea who needs input and tech advice to help take it forward
  • become a contributor at one of our roundtable events, focused specifically on one area that could be improved with the use of technology, whether it be social prescribing, patient-centred care, mental health or another idea entirely – we love to hear from patients, patient groups, health and care professionals, technology experts and students
  • book in time with our expert team to discuss your idea
  • Follow us on Twitter to keep up to date with the project
  • Sign up for our monthly newsletter
  • Keep an eye on our events timetable, or email the team at to get involved.

Could your business help provide a technology solution for Cornwall's health and social care challenges?

Health and social care professionals and the Cornish public told us the challenges they face – if your business can provide a technology solution, please get in touch.

Apply for the EPIC Challenge Fund

Cornwall businesses to help tackle health and social care challenges

Businesses in Cornwall are invited to bid for part of a Challenge Fund to help develop eHealth solutions as part of the EPIC project.

Find out more about the EPIC Challenge Fund

Take our EPIC survey

At EPIC we are mindful that a number of eHealth projects and technology implementations have failed to recognise sustainable innovations in healthcare practice, and as we aim to foster an eHealth innovation ecosystem which connects, supports and sustains a thriving community of eHealth innovators and stakeholders across the region - we need to look at the whole picture differently.

In order to foster such an ecosystem, it is important to first understand the extent to which a community of innovators and stakeholders currently exists across the region, to then assess how the community has developed before and during the project through engagement activities.

To map this community, academics at the University of Plymouth have created a survey which will be able to analyse the eHealth network, and identify opportunities and challenges – helping us to introduce the right people to each other, plan the right events, and invite the right people.

The EPIC survey only takes 10 minutes to complete.

There are no trick questions, and it’s all about who you know – if you don’t know anyone within the eHealth network yet, that’s great too! The study closes for its first round of analysis in November. Find out more and take part.

European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)

The University of Plymouth is proud to be supported by the European Regional Development Fund. As one stream of funding under the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) Growth Programme 2014–2020, the ERDF focuses on smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. The main priorities involve contributions to research and innovation, supporting and promoting small and medium size enterprises (SMEs), and the creation of a low carbon economy.