This book teaches readers the fundamentals of innovation and reduces them to practice in the context of entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship. It is a new, fresh look at learning and practicing innovation at the individual level, based on scientific knowledge and in the context of the 21st Century. This book is written for engineering students and professionals, but can also be used by those in other disciplines by adapting the engineering analogies.
This book teaches the fundamental and practical knowledge necessary to advance wireless health technology and applications. It is suitable for both instructional and self-learning. The approach is an integrated, multidisciplinary treatment of the subject. Each chapter includes: Abstract, Learning Objectives, Introduction, Chapter Content, and Summary. This book is developed for graduate students and working professionals with technology, science and clinical backgrounds. It is also an effective informational resource for the broader community. The authors are practicing topic experts from academia and industry. The editor has developed a graduate course in the topic, which has been taught using informal drafts of this book since 2011.