Thursday, 20 February 2014

White Rose joint meeting between Advanced Quantitative Methods (AQM) and Health & Well being pathways

'This is a joint event hosted between Advance Quantitative Methods (AQM) and the Health and Well-being. These pathways are just two from a multitude that make up the White Rose University Consortium which is a collaboration between the Universities if Sheffield, Leeds and York'. The event will be held on the 26th Feruary 2014 and the theme of the meeting is 'Technology for data collection and analysis in health research'.

RAT Group member Sarah Smith, 3rd year Phd Student, University of Sheffield will be talking about ‘Exploring the potential of touch-screen computer technology in the facilitation of enjoyable activity with people living with dementia: A visual ethnography’

Sarah will be presenting alongside Jeremy Wyatt, Leadership chair in eHealth Research, Leeds University Institute of Health Sciences, Jan Boehnke and Ada Keding, Health Sciences University of York and Suzanne Skevington, Project Diamond Professor of Health Psychology, University of Manchester.

For further information please click here.

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