CATCH Newsletter February 2017
A CATCH project from our heart for the older generations:
Technology for Health and Wellbeing
Jake Andrews, Matthew Bennion and David Clayton are working with older adults to ensure technology is suitable for supporting older people’s mental health needs. They’re exploring innovative ways of applying technology in detection and talking therapy.
Happy Valentines Day from our AAATE2017 ambassadors and their partners. From Wednesday they will start promoting the AAATE2017 Congress. Invite them and tell your story of how you transform people’s lives! Read more about the ambassadors.
Technology; Who Cares?!
We warmly invite you to join Professor Luc de Witte’s Inaugural Lecture on Friday 10th March as part of the Sheffield Festival of Science & Engineering.
Booking required, please book here.
Sheffield Festival of Science & Engineering
Showcase of Future Healthcare
Visit our living room of the future displayed in the Sheffield Winter Garden on Saturday 11th March.
Bring the whole family to discover how new technology can help you live well and age well! (No booking required). #SFOSE
Test Bed update
As we approach the first anniversary of the Test Bed programme, it’s great to hear that patients in South Yorkshire are already benefiting from the evaluation through the first pilot.
Prof Luc de Witte at ScHARR Seminar Series. 14th Feb 2017
Technology: who cares?! 10th – 11th March 2017
CATCH March Networking Lunch. 14th March 2017
Mark Jayes presenting @ UNESCO World Conference in Bioethics, Medical Ethics and Health Law, Cyprus. 21st – 23rd March 2017
A message from Heather Dunn:
Generous ScHARR staff raised £107 for Sheffield Children’s Hospital at the Christmas party – well done!