Applying Relationships Science to Contemporary Interventions (ApReSCI) is a three-year collaborative programme of seminars, designed to facilitate dialogue around relationships science between key stakeholders in contemporary interventions.
9 September 2016
Thank you to all those who submitted extended abstracts by the 1st September deadline, due to the numbers of submissions that we received we would like to create an extra parallel session and would welcome further submissions. Please see the information below for the information from our original call along with the new deadline: 16th September 2016.
7 September 2016
Researcher Phil Joddrell recently took the AcTo Dementia project on a world tour.
7 September 2016
The University’s Centre for Assistive Technology and Connected Healthcare (CATCH) is offering its last £5,000 Innovation Voucher. The funding scheme was launched in spring 2016 to help launch new ventures which aim to improve people’s lives through technology.
6 September 2016
In July 2016 CATCH researchers in collaboration with Zuyd University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands and academic, healthcare and industrial organisations in India embarked on a project to support global challenge development activities, funded by EPSRC.
5 September 2016
Ella Davenport, an undergraduate Psychology student at The University of Sheffield, recently completed a summer vacation scholarship working on the AcTo Dementia project.
2 September 2016
The University of Sheffield is excited to be a key partner in the Perfect Patient Pathway Test Bed programme. The programme’s evaluation is being completed by a team of researchers within the University’s School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR).
30 August 2016
Join plenary speaker Prof Luc de Witte at the Technology for Independence Conference in Sheffield as a delegate or exhibitor.
23 August 2016