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

Prof Luc de Witte delivers a lecture as part of ScHARR seminar series

Prof Luc de Witte, CATCH Professor and renowned name in the field of technology and innovative healthcare, was the guest of the last ScHARR seminar series on Tuesday 14th February.

20 February 2017

CATCH helps run successful mental health research workshop

CATCH Centre Manager, Simon Butler and Business Manager, Karen Wilkinson worked with University of Sheffield colleagues to organise and run a successful mental health workshop this month.

16 February 2017

MCAST toolkit shortlisted for Medipex NHS Innovation Award

The Mental Capacity Assessment Support Toolkit (MCAST), developed by Mark Jayes, Speech and Language Therapist and PhD student within CATCH has been shortlisted for a Medipex NHS Innovation Award in the 2017 showcase.

13 February 2017

AAATE2017 Exhibition and Sponsorship Options Now Available!

In order to grow the number of networking opportunities during the Congress week, we will have Exhibition opportunities as well as a number of Social Events.

13 February 2017

The 2nd Workshop for the Urban Slums Project team in India

Last month, Prof. Luc de Witte and Prof Mark Hawley joined project partners in Bangalore, India for a 2nd workshop as part of our international project “a mobile diagnostic and screening toolkit for urban slums settings”.

9 February 2017

South Yorkshire patients already benefiting from Test Bed evaluation programme

The Perfect Patient Pathway Test Bed evaluation activity continues at full steam as we approach the first anniversary of the start of the programme.

6 February 2017

“Health in Slums: Challenges and potential solutions” by Prof Luc de Witte 14/02/17

Join us for a seminar entitled “Health in Slums: Challenges and potential solutions” by Professor Luc de Witte on Tuesday 14th February from 12.30 as part of the ScHARR Seminar Series.

3 February 2017

Great start to 2017 for CATCH partner GSPK Design

CATCH collaboration partner, GSPK Design has been accredited and approved for their quality management systems to ISO 13485:2016 - a requirement for the design and manufacture of electronic devices for medical use.

1 February 2017