Two Awards Added to National Patient Safety Competitions

Two additional competitions, TAMUhack in Texas and the TeenTech Awards in London, are participating in the Patient Safety Technology Challenge, funded by the Jewish Healthcare Foundation and administered by the Pittsburgh Regional Health Initiative.

The Patient Safety Technology Challenge is designed to fuel the engagement of students and innovators in creating solutions and envisioning transformational approaches to reduce preventable harm from medical errors and reimagine a vastly safer healthcare system.

The new competitions will both feature awards recognizing patient safety solutions.,TAMUhack is one of the largest Texas-based hackathons and will have a Patient Safety Technology Track with a $1,000 prize, open to graduate and undergraduate students. The TeenTech Awards are an international student challenge based in the United Kingdom for ages 11-19, and they will be offering both the Big Idea and Futurist award prizes with finals taking place in London in June 2023.

Learn more about these and other participating competitions here.
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