Keep up to date with all the latest CATCH news and developments

New COPD paper by CATCH academics published in the JMIR

CATCH's Thomas Webb and Mark Hawley have published a new paper in the Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR) along with Kiera Bartlett (the first author, who was Mark and Tom's PhD student, now in Manchester). 

24 April 2017

Seminar: The ‘Perfect Patient Pathway’: an update from the Sheffield City Region health-technology Test Bed

This week CATCH researcher Dr Steve Ariss, evaluation lead for The Perfect Patient Pathway gave a seminar on the progress of the regional Test Bed as part of the ScHARR Seminar Series.

20 April 2017

All Party Parliamentary Group for Assistive Technology launched at Speaker’s House

Last month saw the exciting launch of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Assistive Technology (#AT_APPG) held at Speaker's House in the Palace of Westminster.

12 April 2017

CATCH staff join eldercare breakfast meeting with Westfield Health

On Friday 31st March, CATCH Director Professor Mark Hawley and Centre Manager Simon Butler were invited to attend a breakfast meeting around eldercare by Westfield Health at their impressive new building, Westfield House.

10 April 2017

CATCH member presents research at UNESCO World Conference, Limassol

Mark Jayes, former CATCH PhD student attended the UNESCO Chair in Bioethics 12th World Conference in Bioethics, Medical Ethics and Health Law, Limassol 21st - 23rd March 2017 to give an oral presentation about his PhD research entitled: Development and feasibility of the Mental Capacity Assessment Support Toolkit (MCAST).

5 April 2017

CATCH proud to be part of the Foreign Office’s #GlobalBritain campaign

CATCH is delighted to be one of five institutions from the UK to be part of the Foreign Office’s Global Britain campaign.

3 April 2017

AAATE2017 Exhibition Booking Now Open!

The booking system for Exhibition and Sponsorship is now open!

31 March 2017

T4I2017: Call for Short Communications Now Open (Deadline: 26.05.2017)

We invite those working to use or innovate Assistive Technology and associated services to submit short communications for presentation or as posters for Technology for Independence (T4I 2017).

29 March 2017