Thursday, 6 March 2014

ScHARRNews - Thursday 6th March 2014


New video about the SMART Stroke project
The SMART (Self Management supported by Assistive, Rehabilitation and Telehealth Technologies) Consortium has developed technologies that help enable people to manage their long term health conditions. The video focuses on how the SMART Stroke Project has developed a system to help people during their stroke rehabilitation.The system uses a "smart shoe" that provides patients with feedba
ISPOR Task Force & Special Interest Group Reviewers Needed
ISPOR Task Force or Special Interest Group review group members provide feedback and expertise on draft manuscripts and tools developed by ISPOR groups.  The review groups are open to any ISPOR members interested in and knowledgeable on the given topic area.NEW Task Force Review Groups:Simulation Modeling Applications In Health Care Delivery Research - Emerging Good Practices Task ForcePatient- an
University unveils ambitious international projects to tackle world’s biggest biomedical problems
The University of Sheffield has today (Thursday 6 March 2014) unveiled two ambitious, signature research projects, which will address some of the world’s biggest biomedical problems.
BBC News on Health Technology
BBC News reporter took a collection of cutting edge products to the Las Vegas Heart Attack Diner. Products include a gadget that can tell you what is in your food alongside the calorific content per 100g. Please click here to watch the quirky video clip that will explain all...

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