Last month, Prof. Luc de Witte joined project partners in Bangalore, India for a workshop as part of our international project “a mobile diagnostic and screening toolkit for urban slums settings” to mark the end of the first stage.
8 November 2016
The CATCH Home Lab simulates normal living by mimicking the home or care environment, allowing volunteer users to simulate living normally, testing a range of technologies whilst being observed and evaluated by researchers.
2 November 2016
CATCH Professor, Gail Mountain participated in a UK/China workshop in August, funded by the British Council (Newton Fund) and hosted by the University of Sichuan, Chengdu.
26 October 2016
As the centre continues to grow, we introduce the 50 faces of CATCH: a diverse team comprised of different groups working towards the same goal: to research, develop, evaluate and implement new technologies to enable people to live well and age well.
24 October 2016
A feasibility study of a mobile device for weight loss in Type 2 Diabetes and a qualitative study on Patient Perceptions of Telehealth, both by CATCH researchers, have been published online by Biomed Central.
24 October 2016
The Technology for Independence (T4I) conference will take place on Monday 28th November 2016 from 08.30 to 17.30 at St. Mary’s Church & Conference Centre, Sheffield.
20 October 2016
On Monday 3rd October we were delighted to welcome Professor Luc de Witte to the CATCH team.
19 October 2016
New CATCH Professor Luc de Witte and the pull of a sneaky peak of our new and improved Home Lab made the October event our most successful Networking Lunch to date.
18 October 2016