In CATCH, one of our exciting international projects is Independent Living Functions for the Elderly (IN-LIFE); a three year multidisciplinary European project, funded by Horizon 2020.
25 July 2016
We have gratefully received submissions from across Europe (e.g. Netherlands, Sweden, Spain, Ireland) and globally (e.g. Japan, Egypt, Canada and USA).
22 July 2016
Three research groups in the University of Sheffield's School of Health and Related Resarch (ScHARR) are on the look out for people who would like to join their database.
20 July 2016
On Monday 27th June, the Centre for Assistive Technology and Connected Healthcare (CATCH) held a patient and public involvement in research event for stroke survivors and their carers in the newly opened Diamond Building at the University of Sheffield.
19 July 2016
For the last year here in CATCH we have been highly fortunate to be joined by visiting Professor Mario Muñoz Organero from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain where he is an Associate Professor in Telematics Engineering.
18 July 2016
PhD student Jake Andrews presents work on older adults’ views of technology for mental health at British Society of Gerontology conference
Last week saw gerontologists from across the world gather in Stirling for the annual British Society of Gerontology (BSG) conference.
15 July 2016
Dr Nasrin Nasr from the RAT/CATCH has been invited to talk about her research exploring the challenges of living with a health condition on patients and their families and how do researchers work with them to understand their experiences and help adapt the care they receive.
15 July 2016
We’re extremely privileged to have so many international links within CATCH. Academics, Professional Services staff, PhD students and Researchers from a variety of countries and ethnic backgrounds work as one team to research, develop, evaluate and implement new technologies to enable people to live well and age well.
14 July 2016