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Profile Information

Advances in medicine in the last 20 years has brought treatments for illnesses previously considered incurable and more individuals are living with long term conditions. When you add to this the increasing number of people with co-morbidities due to demographic change and lifestyle choices, it is clear that the very nature of our healthcare services has to alter.

This will require new approaches, new technologies and supporting evidence as we all become responsible for ensuring we stay healthy, active and independent for as long as possible since all of us wish to age well. The Centre for intelligent Healthcare through its dynamic staff, advisory boards, partner organisations and horizon scanning tools will be at the forefront of this research providing the evidence for change.

Our Team

We have a growing team of researchers with expertise and wide ranging experiences in technology and healthcare. This multidisciplinary team is further strengthened by our links with companies, hospitals, public health bodies through our Advisory Board, Honorary Research Fellows and Associates. We also have a growing team of PhD students who contribute to a vibrant and thriving research environment. The team sits within three key themes:

  • Behaviour and Implementation Science
  • Epidemiology
  • Prototype Design, Testing & Regulation

Fingerprint Dive into the research topics where Faculty Research Centre for Intelligent Healthcare is active. These topic labels come from the works of this organisation's members. Together they form a unique fingerprint.

Actigraphy Medicine & Life Sciences
Self Efficacy Medicine & Life Sciences
Primary Health Care Medicine & Life Sciences
Walking Medicine & Life Sciences
Counseling Medicine & Life Sciences
Sleep Medicine & Life Sciences
Depression Medicine & Life Sciences
Health Medicine & Life Sciences

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Research Output 2019 2019

Self-efficacy and doctor support as mediators of depression outcomes following counselling by family doctors for intimate partner violence

Valpied, J., Hegarty, K. L., Brown, S. J. & O'Doherty, L., 23 Sep 2019, (Accepted/In press) In : Family Practice. (In-Press), p. (In-Press)

Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

Self Efficacy
Counseling
Depression
Safety
Survivors

Sleep problems in autism spectrum disorders: A comparison to sleep in typically developing children using actigraphy, diaries and questionnaires.

Surtees, A., Richards, C., Clarkson, E., Heald, M., Trickett, J., Denyer, H., Crawford, H. & Oliver, C., 22 Aug 2019, In : Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders. 67, 101439.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Actigraphy
Sleep
Parasomnias
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Surveys and Questionnaires

Translating a walking intervention for health professional delivery within primary care: a mixed methods treatment fidelity assessment.

Williams, S. L., McSharry, J., Taylor, C., Dale, J., Michie, S. & French, D. P., 24 Sep 2019, (Accepted/In press) In : British Journal of Health Psychology. (In-Press), p. (In-Press)

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Walking
Primary Health Care
Health
Health Personnel
Therapeutics