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Digital Technology for Mental Health: We need your SUPER help!

#DigitalMHQ: CATCH is working with MindTech on a collaborative project which seeks to discover the top 10 research priorities for digital technology for mental health. We invite you to take part, we need your SUPER help!

10 May 2017

Sheffield Occupational Therapy Clinical Academic (SOTCA) network meeting

A meeting of the Sheffield Occupational Therapy Clinical Academic (SOTCA) network was held on 26th April 2017 at the Assessment and Rehab Centre, Nether Edge, Sheffield.

10 May 2017

CATCH Networking Lunch welcomes AAC specialist Professor Annalu Waller

Members of the CATCH community and collaborators gathered last week for the May Networking Lunch with guest speaker and Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) specialist Professor Annalu Waller.

8 May 2017

T4I2017: Registration is now open

The Technology for Independence Conference 2017 will be hosted on Friday 15th September 2017 in Sheffield as part of the AAATE2017 Congress.

5 May 2017

Join us on Monday 15th May in the CATCH Home Lab

On Monday 15th May, join us for tea and cake, any time from 12.00 – 14.00 to discover how you can use this realistic and welcoming facility in your next research project.

4 May 2017

Join AAC talks by Professor Annalu Waller from the University of Dundee

Professor of Human Communication Technologies at the University of Dundee, Annalu Waller will be visiting Yorkshire in May with not one but two talks on Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC).

26 April 2017

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