The Health Economics and Health Technology Assessment (HEHTA) research group at the University of Glasgow were very pleased to demonstrate PATHway at Explorathon’17, in Glasgow’s Riverside Museum on Friday 29th September, as part of European Researchers’ Night 2017.
Visitors of all ages were keen to try out the PATHway demonstration. In addition, the public were also invited to evaluate the intervention with a ‘willingness to pay’, question. Over 200 members of the public visited the stand throughout the course of the evening, stimulating lots of discussion and debate.
PATHway has participated also in the European Researcher’s Night 2017 in Thessaloniki on Friday 29th September, as part of European Researchers’ Night 2017 – Thanks to CERTH INAB!
The interactive nature of PATHway as well as its goals attracted the attention of the visitors of different age and gave them the opportunity to take a nice work out.