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Social Prescribing and Digital Technologies to improve Healthcare

Social Prescribing promises to shake up the way we think about healthcare, while Digital Technologies have transformed the way we live and work. How can Social Prescribing and Digital Technologies be used to complement each other, and improve the health and wellbeing of all?

8 September 2021

New publication: CC4H Project Brochure

CATCH members have collaborated on the Circle of Care for Home: Community Stroke Services Sheffield Project Report and Volume 1 has now been published.

22 July 2021

Will innovation solve the problem of staff shortages in Health and Social Care?

CATCH Professor, Luc de Witte, contributes to an article about Healthcare Innovation and Technology published in the Dutch newspaper FD.

8 July 2021

CATCH researchers win funding from EPSRC to set up a research network in robotics for frailty

Professor Mark Hawley and Professor Luc de Witte of CATCH are part of a team that has won funding from EPSRC to set up a new research network. Professor Praminda Caleb-Solly at UWE Bristol is leading a team of four other UK universities, Sheffield, Heriot Watt, Sheffield Hallam and Hertfordshire. Together they will establish a new network, EMERGENCE.

9 June 2021

Pitch-In Digital Health Development Webinars

During the first months of 2021 Kat Easton and Stephen Potter of CATCH, in collaboration with Mindwave Ventures, a digital development company, devised, developed and ran a series of a series of four webinars, each dealing with a different subject in the area of digital health innovation.

12 May 2021

High seroprevalence of COVID-19 infection in a large slum in South India; what does it tell us about managing a pandemic and beyond?

Professor Luc de Witte and colleagues from Bangalore Baptist Hospital have a new publication in Epidemiology and Infection which is a fully open access journal publishing original reports and reviews on all aspects of infection in humans and animals.

6 May 2021

Archives of Disease in Childhood: ‘Reducing negative emotions in children using social robots; systematic review’

CATCH members and research colleagues have co-authored a paper and received a publication in the Archives of Disease in Childhood, British Medical Journal.

5 May 2021

New publication: ‘Making occupational therapy research visible: amplifying and elevating the contribution and impacts’

CATCH Clinical Academic OT Natalie Jones and colleagues have article published by the British Journal of Occupational Therapy.

14 April 2021