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New Publication: e-Therapies in England for stress, anxiety or depression: how are apps developed? A survey of NHS e-therapy developers

One of our PhD graduates Matthew Bennion has recently had this paper published, read the abstract and more below!

18 June 2019

A Virtual Agent to Support Individuals Living With Physical and Mental Comorbidities: Co-Design and Acceptability Testing

Katherine Easton and colleagues have recently published a paper by JMIR Publications describing the co-design of an autonomous virtual agent (or chatbot) to support self-management for patients with chronic pulmonary obstructive disease [COPD]

12 June 2019

Research Published Addressing ‘Health Issues in a Bangalore Slum’

Professor Luc de Witte discusses research being undertaken, with colleagues in India in the Bangalore slums, in a recently published article (BMC Public Health Journal) which explores the teams latest findings and the future of the project.

5 June 2019

Big Cactus: Making a Difference

Big Cactus research continues to have an impact as the story of the project and it's success is shared.

9 May 2019

Guideline Development for Technological Interventions for Children and Young People to Self-Manage Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Our colleagues at CLAHRC YH/TaCT have been busy recently, researching into self management in those with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

23 April 2019

Group Exercise in Stroke Survivors: A Review

When somebody has had a stroke, group exercise interventions can be used to keep improving their fitness, strength, activity levels, balance and the way they walk and move. However, we don’t know very much about how good these group fitness interventions are at improving these things.

30 January 2019