Wednesday, 26 February 2014

ScHARRNews - Thursday 27th February 2014



BHPS Workshop
The Centre for Health and Wellbeing in Public Policy (CWiPP) and the Institute for Economic Analysis of Decision Making (InstEAD) would like to invite you to a workshop on the British Household Panel Survey (BHPS) and Understanding Society (US).The workshop will provide an overview to the BHPS and US. The BHPS began in 1991 and it follows the same representative sample of individuals over a period
Could sharing patient data save lives?
Striking case of how sharing patient data could save lives.For further information please click here.

King's Fund International Digital Health and Care Congress - Call for Papers
The King's Fund International Digital Health and Care Congress is due to be held at the King's Fund in London 10-12th September, 2014.The call for papers is now open for oral and poster presentations that fit into one of the following themes:Sustaining Independence as people agePreventing and managing chronic illness effectivelySupporting people with mental health issuesDigitally enabling service
ScHARR Bite Size at UCISA Conference - ScHARRNews - Blogger
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Evaluating Programmes, Technology and Other Complex Interventions (EPTOCI)
 This two-day course will be running twice this year and aims to introduce the key principles of evaluation of complex interventions and where and why these methods are useful for research in health and social care settings. It will give broad perspectives while focusing on programme and technology evaluations as examples.  Through a mixture of online resources, group workshops and seminars, you w

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myWorld. By Tunstall.
myWorld provides people who are not technology savvy with with access to an array of information and the means to connect with others such as friends, family and caregivers. from uk.tunstall.comThe development of myWorld involved service users, carers, family and friends to ensure it was fit for those who are not confident with technology. Some of myWorlds many features are: - Notice board - Messa

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