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CATCH receives congratulations from Pro-Vice Chancellor Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health

We were delighted this month to receive congratulations from the Vice President and Pro-Vice Chancellor Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health, Professor Dame Pam Shaw.

22 June 2017

CATCH receive visit from Ningxia region of China delegation as part of their visit to the Sheffield City Region

On Wednesday 14 June CATCH were honoured to be visited by a delegation from the Ningxia region of China as part of their visit to the Sheffield City Region.

21 June 2017

CATCH researcher Dr Steve Ariss joins ground-breaking improvement initiative

CATCH researcher, Dr Steve Ariss has been selected to join Q – an initiative aiming to support continuous improvement in the quality of care for patients.

20 June 2017

T4I2017: 5 days left to submit your paper (Deadline 23.06.2017)

Submit your paper: The deadline is THIS Friday 23.06.2017. The Draft Programme is expected to be ready by 27.06.2017, so there will be no further extension to this deadline.

19 June 2017

CATCH PhD student presents research at NHS Mental Health Services conference in Bristol

Matthew Bennion, CATCH PhD student attended the Facilitating Digital Innovations for NHS Mental Health Services conference in Bristol, 18th May 2017 and presented his recent research around E-therapy usage in the English NHS.

13 June 2017

CATCH member Matthew Bennion debates the future of digital therapies in IAPT services at Digital IAPT 2017

Matthew Bennion, CATCH PhD student attended the IAPT DIGITAL 2017 conference in London, 8th May 2017 and sat on a debate panel entitled: Disrupting IAPT, Changing the Game: players, managers and supporters discuss.

9 June 2017

Researcher Dr Rebecca Palmer wins Verna Wright Prize from The Society for Research in Rehabilitation (SRR)

Congratulations to CATCH researcher Dr Rebecca Palmer who last month was awarded the the Verna Wright Prize for best oral presentation 2016 for 'What do People with Aphasia want to be Able to Say?'.

7 June 2017

Professor Wendy Moyle from Menzies Health Institute (Queensland) joins June CATCH Networking Lunch as guest speaker

The wider CATCH network came out in force last week to hear from guest speaker, Professor Wendy Moyle with her talk entitled “Companion Robots: Are they Effective in Care of People with Dementia?”

5 June 2017