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The RCSLT Outcomes Project
RCSLT Outcomes Project The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists
(RCSLT) has embarked on an innovative and ambitious project to support speech
and language therapists with delivering and measuring effective outcomes. In 2013, RCSLT members d...
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The 2nd Workshop for the Urban Slums Project team in India
Last month, Prof. Luc de
Witte and Prof Mark Hawley joined project partners in Bangalore, India for a
2nd workshop as part of our international project “a mobile diagnostic and
screening toolkit for urban slums settings”. 18 participants from our
local part...
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Sheffield Occupational Therapy Clinical Academic (SOTCA) network meeting
A meeting of the Sheffield
Occupational Therapy Clinical Academic (SOTCA) network was held on 26 th January 2017. The network was started by Laura Di Bona and aims
to provide peer support, form collaborations and consider service developments. Occupational ...
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CATCH Academics’ article published in BMJ Open
A paper by
members of CATCH is published in the current issue of the BMJ Open under the
category of Mental Health. The
article: E-therapies in England for
stress, anxiety or depression: what is being used in the NHS? A survey of
mental health services is au...
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AAATE2017 - Call for Papers open until 10.02.17
The Call for Papers for the AAATE2017
Conference is open until 10.02.2017 17.00 CET. Please  click
here  to see our new AAATE2017 flyer. We invite you to submit a full or
short paper to the Conference on  ANY  topic relevant to
assistive or enabling technol...
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Technology, who cares?! Inaugural Lecture by Professor Luc de Witte
us at 5.15pm on Friday 10th March for Professor Luc de Witte’s Inaugural
Lecture entitled “Technology, who cares?!” In
his talk, Professor Luc de Witte will discuss how technology can play a role in
our search for new models of care and support. He wil...
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First Networking Lunch of 2017 kicks off with a bang!
The CATCH community gathered this week for the first Networking
Lunch of 2017. More than 30 academics, researchers, Professional Services
staff, partners and visitors attended the lunch, held in the iconic University
building, Firth Court. We were delighted...
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I attended the HSRUK 2017 Winter Seminar  on 17th January, on New Care Models: What do we know and what will we learn? Hosted by  Kieran Walshe, Professor of Health Policy and Management at Manchester Business School and Liz Mear, Chair AHSN Network (shown ...
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Public talk and exhibition in 2017: Technology; who cares?!
We invite you to the inaugural lecture of  Prof Luc de Witte , who
started his new role at the University of Sheffield in October 2016. He
will be talking about the topic “Technology; who cares?!” Luc’s public talk
will be followed by a public exhibition in...
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Participating in Dry January? Check out our online interventions to reduce alcohol consumption
As we start another year the Dry January campaign returns.
We're encouraged to give up alcohol for 31 days in a bid to ditch the handover,
reduce the waistline and save money. At
CATCH we’re proud to have a long-term partnership between the centre, the
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