Faculty Research Centre for Intelligent Healthcare

  • Richard Crossman Building

    CV1 5RW Coventry

    United Kingdom

Organisation profile

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

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    Research Output

    24-hour movement behaviour and executive function in preschoolers: a compositional and isotemporal reallocation analysis

    Bezerra, T. A., Clark, C., Neco de Souza Filho, A., de Souza Fortes, L., Mota, J., Duncan, M. & Martins, C., 13 Jul 2020, In : European Journal of Sport Science. (In-press), p. (In-press)

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • Accuracy of peripheral arterial disease (PAD) registers in UK general practice: Case control study

    Kyle, D., Boylan, L., Wilson, L., Haining, S., Oates, C., Sims, A., Guri, I., Allen, J., Wilkes, S. & Stansby, G., 2 Jul 2020, (Accepted/In press) In : Journal of primary care & community health. (In-press), p. (In-press)

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Advances in accelerometry for cardiovascular patients: a systematic review with practical recommendations

    Vetrovsky, T., Clark, C., Bisi, M. C., Siranec, M., Linhart, A., Tufano, J., Duncan, M. & Belohlavek, J., 3 Jul 2020, In : ESC heart failure. (In-Press), p. (In-Press)

    Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

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    Projects

    Activities

    Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) (External organisation)

    Dingchang Zheng (Member)
    2020

    Activity: MembershipMembership of network

    VU University Amsterdam (External organisation)

    Kim Bul (Member)
    20202021

    Activity: MembershipMembership of committee

    Prizes

  • DoH Health Health and Social Care Awards 2006: Innovative Device category.

    John Allen (Recipient), 26 Feb 2007

    Prize: Prize (including medals and awards)

  • Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society

    John Allen (Recipient), 31 Oct 2014

    Prize: Other distinction