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February 07, 2013

Workshop on Activity Monitoring for Behaviour, Health and Well–being

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/wmg/idh/idhevents/activitymonitoringworkshop

The Institute of Digital Healthcare is pleased to invite you to a Workshop on Activity Monitoring for Behaviour, Health and Well-being to be held on 27th February 2013 at the International Digital Laboratory, Central Campus, University of Warwick.

The purpose of this workshop is to bring together researchers and health professionals working in the field of activity monitoring and its varied applications.

The event will include both internal and external speakers presenting on current research in activity monitoring and highlighting some of the applications of inferring behaviour, health and well-being from activity monitoring. There will be discussion sessions to kindle interest in this field and generate ideas for potential interdisciplinary collaboration. The event will also feature demonstrations of the research undertaken at the IDH in the field. This event aims to create a network of biomedical engineers, researchers and health professionals (which includes medicine, health science, healthcare, mental health and well-being) from various institutions to motivate future collaborative projects.

For more information including a provisional programme and to book your place please visit idhevents/activitymonitoringworkshop or contact Dr Viji Ahanathapillai


May 16, 2012

The Midlands launch of HANDI

Writing about web page http://www.handihealth.org/

Invitation to a free half day workshop 10:00 June 13th

Institute of Digital Healthcare, University of Warwick

HANDI, the Healthcare App Network for Development and Innovation, is a group of clinicians, developers, informaticians and others who believe that agile healthcare apps for patients, carers and health and care professionals provide the key to enabling IT to transform of health and care.

It wants to encourage and support app innovators. HANDI knows from experience that creating an app and getting it widely used can be a painful experience and have established HANDI as a not-for-profit venture to provide mutual support and help create an environment in which apps can flourish and wants to invite you to join them.
HANDI is an open and inclusive organisation that supports all with an interest in health and care apps including patients, careers, health and care professionals, developers and those with tools and services to support the app community.

The workshop is the launch event around which we hope to build an active midlands local cluster. You will be able to learn about the opportunities for apps in health and care, hear about the challenges and some of the solutions and have the chance to network with emerging and established app innovators and others with resources and expertise to help make good ideas a reality.

To learn more about HANDI, see the detailed workshop programme and book your place through the web site at: www.handihealth.org or for more information email mid@handihealth.org

HANDI has already run a successful workshop in Newcastle (see the web site for its outputs) and has another planned for London on 30th May.

Follow on Twitter https://twitter.com/#!/handihealth or watch #handihealth.


October 18, 2011

Are you an aspiring author?

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/library/main/research/authors_workshop/

Springer Authors’ Workshop, 30 November 2011

The international science, technology and medicine publisher Springer will be providing an authors’ workshop at the University of Warwick. If you are an aspiring author at the University of Warwick then this workshop is for you!

WHEN? – 30th November 2011, 10am-1pm

WHERE? – The Wolfson Research Exchange (Library 3rd floor Extension).

WHY? – Free lunch & unique opportunity to network with staff from Springer.

WHAT? – Presentations will include:

Writing a scientific paper and submitting to the right journal – Catherine Cotton, Senior Editor for Forestry, Ecology, Biodiversity, and Conservation Biology, Springer.

Why publish with Springer? – Timon Oefelein, Marketing Manager for North Western Europe, Springer

Please book a place using the online form at http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/library/main/research/authors_workshop/


October 14, 2011

Being Human: Medicine and the Human Sciences

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/cross_fac/ias/networks/beinghuman

Being humanProfessor Daniel Lord Smail from the History Department at Harvard University will be visiting Warwick to give a talk entitled ‘Deep History: Neurosciences and History Writing’.

Date: 24 October 2011

Time: 5.00-7.00

Venue: R0.12 Ramphal – Public Lecture

For more information: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/cross_fac/ias/networks/beinghuman


September 26, 2011

Try out the University's sports facilities for free

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/insite/newsandevents/festivalofsport

Staff and students are invited to try out all University sports facilities (excluding the climbing wall) for free during the Festival of Sport in the first week of term, Saturday 1 – Friday 7 October.


June 08, 2010

Healthy Debates Speaker Series – summer line–up

Writing about web page http://www.eventsforce.net/healthydebates

A new series of talks covering a wide variety of health topics will be hosted by the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences at Coventry University this summer with several influential speakers lined up from the Health and Social Care sectors.

Professor Sir Bruce Keogh, Medical Director of the NHS, and Professor Bryan Stoten, Chair of the NHS Confederation, are among a roster of high profile guests who will be talking and delivering keynote presentations to audiences throughout June and July, as part of the ‘Healthy Debates at Coventry’ series.

The sessions are free and will be held on Tuesday lunchtimes. Places are strictly limited, for more details and to book a place visit http://www.eventsforce.net/healthydebates


March 11, 2010

Indoor Markets at the Students' Union

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/insite/newsandevents/notices/su_indoor_markets

Before the Students’ Union was redeveloped, a series of Indoor Markets for staff and students took place weekly.
Now that the new Union building is open, these markets will start again, running every Monday, Wednesday and Friday in the Atrium from 11am to 4pm. All are welcome.


November 23, 2009

Sexual Health Awareness Week (SHAW 2009)

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/chm/events/shaw2009/

Sexual Health Awareness Week, SHAW 2009, the first dedicated week of its kind on a university campus.

Run by and for students, it will explore the dymamics and politics surrounding the personal, national and global issues of sexual health, charting how these change over time and analysing how sexual health communication can be improved. It is an outreach event that will distribute information about sexual health, and that will encourage critical reflection and activism regarding the politics of sexual health (especially HIV/AIDS).

The week’s events are loosely categorised under the headings of Academic, Arts and Activism. These categories are not restrictive, but are intended to encourage a broader understanding of the importance of sexual health through many forms – from studying the political treatment of sexual health in the past, to exploring, through drama, art, or film, the individual significance of the AIDS virus, and campaigning for the wider distribution of protection.

Research is a major component of the week, so look out for updates on developing projects and on how to get involved with research, archive work, creative events, and organisation. If you have a research topic that falls under this area, or are simply passionate about issues surrounding sexual health (either in the past, present or future), please get in touch at sexualhealthawarenessweek@gmail.com


March 12, 2008

Next generation healthcare technology and management

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/wimrc/news/wimrcconference/

Warwick Innovative Manufacturing Research Centre (WIMRC) is to host a conference on Innovative Manufacturing Research in the areas of Eco-Friendly and Intelligent Vehicles and Next Generation Healthcare.

The conference will provide an opportunity for researchers on WIMRC sponsored projects to present their work to date in a number of themed sessions, each session being opened by an invited keynote speaker. Participants may attend only the specific session(s) within their areas of interest:

March 18 (am) – Next Generation Healthcare Technology

Steve Cook, former Group Technology Director of Huntleigh Technology Plc and currently on the Steering Group for Health Technologies Knowledge Transfer Network

March 18 (pm) – Next Generation Healthcare Management

Bernard Crump, Chief Executive of the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement

If you would like to attend please RSVP to Hannah Reese by March 12 2008

For more information:
http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/wimrc/news/wimrcconference/


March 11, 2008

Human Factors in Education & Training for Safety: Lessons from Industry & Health

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/med/staff/sujan/ws_hfet2008/

The European Workshop on ‘Human Factors in Education & Training for Safety: Lessons from Industry & Health’ will take place at the University of Warwick on Tuesday 8 April.

Warwick Clinical Systems Improvement in collaboration with the NHS Institute, EWICS and the European Network of Excellence ReSIST are organising a one-day workshop to exchange views and ideas about training needs of stakeholders in patient safety, to discuss how patient safety curriculum development and delivery can benefit from human factors and safety engineering curriculum development experiences in other safety-related industries, and to explore in how far recent experiences gained in the public healthcare sector could feed back lessons for industry.

Further details and the advance programme can be found at http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/med/staff/sujan/ws_hfet2008/


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