The Dementia,Cognition and Care Collaboration, held its final workshop. RAT Group’s Professor Gail Mountain and others facilitated a day focused on how to involve people living with dementia, and their relatives/supporters, in research.
The MALT study team launched their toolkit of resources for telehealth implementation and adoption. All of the tools are available via the MALT website. You can also view a short animation via this link.
The Speech Therapy Apps for Rehabilitation (STAR) project started in February. The project is funded by the NIHR Invention for Innovation programme and is a collaboration between the University of Sheffield, Therapy Box Ltd, Barnsley Hospital and Devices for Dignity.
|Prof Arlene Astell|
CATCH Professor Arlene Astell attended the WHO's first ministerial conference on dementia.
Research involving RAT group's Prof Gail Mountain and Dr Nasrin Nasr featured in Business Weekly on the 11thMarch, 2015:University of Hertfordshire scientists are part of a European team that have developed a prototype of a robotic glove which stroke suffers can use at home to support rehabilitation.
Adopt a Care Home Evaluation was showcased as part of the Festival of Science and Engineering.
|From the left; Sheila Kennedy, |
Martyn Lewis, Deb Tanner,
Tom Downs & Libby Archer.
|Dr Sarah Smith|
|Simon Judge (right), |
Image taken fromMedipex website.
care at St Luke's Hospice Sheffield, Chair of executive clinical leaders in hospice palliative care group) from St Luke's Hospice present at the Hospice UK2015 Annual Conference.
|Dr Liz Williams and Prof Arlene |
Astell accept their award