HEALTHCARE WEEK LUXEMBOURG 2024

HWL AWARDS 2024

Promoting innovation and hospital progress

The AWARDS 2024 are a highlight of HWL. As in 2023, the goal is to showcase innovative, ambitious, and promising projects that contribute to the improvement of the health sector as a whole. Three categories are offered: 
1. Innovation in Hospital Management 
2. Medical Research 
3. Start-up 
This year, the submission of applications will be done directly online, on the HWL site. 
To participate in the Awards 2024 and submit your project, remember these dates. 
  • Launch of the call for applications: April 15, 2024 
  • Deadline for registration of files: June 15, 2024, 5 PM (GMT+1) 
  • Review of the files by the jury: July 2024 
  • Notification of Finalists: Monday, August 19, 2024 
  • Finalists' Pitch: week of September 16, 2024 
  • Announcement of Winners and Trophy presentation: at HWL

Our 2023 awardees

Medical Research Award

Centre de Radiothérape François Baclesse (CFB) : NHL-CHIREX : Multiprofessional cross-curricular program of theoretical, procedural, technical and non-technical teaching applied to radiotherapy in the Greater Region 
The François-Baclesse Center (CFB) was honored for its cross-border initiative in training in surgery, emergency medicine, and oncology-radiotherapy for doctors and radiology technologists. This approach, the first of its kind, represents a cross-border collaboration aimed at improving medical training in the Greater Region. The CFB also received a special award from the Ministry of Social Security.


Start-up Award

i-Virtual was recognized for 'Caducy', a revolutionary medical device capable of measuring vital signs through a simple 30-second video selfie. Initiated by Alain Pruski and Abdelhak Moussaoui, this specialized company combines cutting-edge techniques to offer solutions that are both accurate and accessible.


EAHM Innovation in Hospital Management Award

The award was presented to the hospital group SSWHG Ireland for its 'Transforming Theatre' program. This project, implemented in ten Irish hospitals, aims to optimize patient flow in operating rooms through a structured approach and tailored training.