Leading Digital Health research team joins Strathclyde:
One of the UK’s leading Digital Health research groups has joined the University of Strathclyde to accelerate the development and implementation of new technologies – in a new partnership helping to transform the way healthcare is delivered.
Known for her research in eHealth, patient experience and supportive care, Professor Roma Maguire, Professor of eHealth at the University of Surrey, is joining the Computer and Information Sciences Department at the University’s city centre campus in Glasgow. Two of Professor Maguire’s colleagues – Dr Lisa McCann and Dr Grigorios Kotronoulas – also join her, with an additional four researchers.
The University of Surrey team join the existing Strathclyde Digital Health research group, led by Dr Marilyn Lennon and Dr Matt-Mouley Bouamrane, to create one of the UK’s largest Digital Health research groups. Professor Maguire will remain as a visiting Professor at the University of Surrey.
TITTAN / TEC Joint Knowledge Exchange Seminar, 17th February 2017
The Digital Health Systems group is hosting a knowledge exchange seminar on Friday 17th of February at the University of Strathclyde Scottish Insight Institute on ‘Technology Enabled Care’.
More Information is available on our Conference page
Society for Technology in Anesthesia (SCATA) 30th Annual Symposium
The Society for Technology in Anesthesia (SCATA) is organising its 30th Annual Symposium with Strathclyde Digital Health Research Group and BCS Health Scotland.
The scientific meeting will focus on ‘eHealth & Perioperative Medicine‘ and will take place on 22-23 May 2017 in Strathclyde Technology Innovation Centre.
More Information about the scientific meeting is available: Here!
eHealth in Peri-Operative Medicine Symposium
Golden Jubilee Hospital and Strathclyde Digital Health Research Group are jointly organising a Knowledge Exchange symposium on ‘eHealth in Perioperative Medicine’ on 9th & 10th May 2016 at Golden Jubilee Hospital
The meeting is sponsored by Fresenius Kabi and free to attend and open to the general public
Additional information about the symposium programme is enclosed below:
BCS 2016 Health Informatics Conference
The 2016 BCS Health Informatics Conference will be held on
11th-12th October 2016 at Strathclyde Technology Innovation Centre, Glasgow
Details of the conference keynote speakers is available
by clicking on the PDF conference leaflet: BCS HIS 2016 Keynotes
BCS Health Informatics Conference Research Track:
We are now inviting submissions for research papers, abstract & work-in-progress submissions:
The Research Track Call for Papers is available here:
Join us in San Jose for our CHI workshop on Tangibles for Health.
Submit your demo papers, case studies and position papers by 12th Jan 2016.
See here for the full workshop details and how to submit your papers at this world leading conference in May 2016 in San Jose.