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

Professor Hawley at The ARATA Conference 2014, Canberra

CATCH Director, Professor Mark Hawley attended the Australian Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Association (ARATA) Conference in Canberra in August as the key note speaker.

25 August 2014

THE ESRC Seminar Series – Part Three

The third event in the 'Applying Relationships Science to Contemporary Interventions' ESRC seminar series (ApReSCI) will take place on Monday 13th October 2014 at the University of Sussex.

ApReSCI is a joint project between the University of Sheffield, University of Southampton, University of East Anglia, University of Bristol, and University of Sussex, funded by the ESRC, featuring seminar events at each institution.

21 August 2014

Collaboration Aiming to Build Occupational Therapy research – CABOT

The Professional Services Directorate of the Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the Centre for Assistive Technology and Connected Healthcare (CATCH) in the University have come together in a classic Knowledge Exchange project to establish a clear opportunity for mutual research and development growth. We share an interest in addressing the needs of people with functional difficulties and ambition to become internationally recognised for leading research in the field.

15 August 2014

The new CloudCAST Project from the Leverhulme Trust

CloudCAST is an International Network funded by the Leverhulme trust and supported by CATCH for 3 years.

20 July 2014

The Communication Matters National AAC Conference

CATCH are to exhibit at the Communication Matters National AAC Conference in Leeds on 14-16 September 2014.

9 July 2014

CATCH Recruitment

We are currently recruiting to the post of Translational Research Scientist within CATCH

26 June 2014

The ESRC funded ApReSci Seminar Series

The ApReSCI seminar series had a great second event in Southampton on May 23rd, where Penny Mansfield CBE gave a keynote about contemporary relationships interventions funded by the Department for Work and Pensions and the Department for Education.

6 June 2014

Technology of the Future

Researchers from CATCH had a busy evening demonstrating their “Technologies of the Future” to the public at the University of Sheffield's Festival of Health event on Wednesday 21st May 2014

22 May 2014