Join panel chair Dr Norman Swan as panellists discuss the role telehealth can play in primary and secondary care. The panel will present practical strategies for healthcare professionals and outline the risks and rewards of telehealth for practitioners and patients alike. Set against the backdrop of the current COVID-19 crisis.
New forms of technology, such as Virtual Reality (VR), are becoming ubiquitous, sophisticated and accessible to consumers, and increasingly explored by the entertainment industry. The familiarity and affordability of VR systems signal a new future for digital health applications. In this talk Dr Naseem Ahmadpour and Dr Anna Janssen will discuss recent advances in VR in [...]
The webinar will provide tips on deciding how to map your research questions to measures, how to compare the measurement (technical) and practical properties of measures, as well as using the tool effectively once you’ve chosen it.
Event report | On Wednesday 31st July the eHealth and Healthcare Delivery Theme (FHS) and the DHIN presented the HDR Student seminar and webinar 'Raising your research profile online and face-to-face'. Professor Tim Shaw and Dr Melanie Keep shared strategies and ideas on how to stand out as a researcher at conferences, during networking opportunities and [...]
Event update. On the 24th June Professor Tim Shaw presented on the future of Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare. During the 30 minute webinar Professor Shaw highlighted and discussed the major trends and the impact of Artificial Intelligence on health and healthcare. Professor Shaw also provided insights from his recent visit to the World Medical Innovation Forum, [...]
Webinar invitation: Low back pain and knee osteoarthritis are the highest contributors to disability worldwide, impacting every aspect of a person’s life. Most treatment approaches to the management of low back pain and knee osteoarthritis offer small to moderate treatment effects at best. Conservative management is the cornerstone, however, it requires access to services and adherence [...]