Connected Health Seminar Series
Connected Health at the University of Manchester brings together eHealth, covering digital processes in healthcare; and mHealth, which broadly enables these processes through the use of mobile, digital technologies.
We explore the potential for information and communication technologies to transform the delivery of health and social care through projects in areas such as self-care, integrated care, patient experience, and real- time monitoring.
Manchester Informatics pools the resources of a number of university departments, research centres and various other affiliated organisations working closely with organisations external to the University of Manchester ensuring that internationally leading research can be connected to the best industry or health and social care partners.
Mobile Apps & Behaviour Change for Connected Health
Date: 27th September 2016
Venue: Lecture Theatre 1.5, Kilburn Building (No. 39 on the campus map)
Time: 14:00 - 16:00
The next Connected Health Seminar will take place in September 2016. As the University's digital research institute we aim to bring together those with an interest in Connected Health from across the faculties to showcase some of the varied research taking place in this area.
This seminar will be an opportunity to hear from three leading researchers from the Alliance Manchester Business School (AMBS) & the School of Health Sciences who will presenting their work on mobile apps and behaviour change for Connected Health.
- Dr Marzena Nieroda (Lecturer in Marketing at AMBS) - How do we transform ‘an app for that’ into ‘an app for me’? Design and promotion of health management technologies
- Kiera Bartlett (Research Associate in Division of Psychology & Mental Health ) - Using health psychology theories and techniques in mobile apps for health and wellbeing
- Dr Pauline Whelan (mHealth Applications Manager at the Health eResearch Centre) - CFHealth Hub
- For a detailed description of the speakers presentations & to book your place, please click here.