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Activity Monitoring for Behaviour, Health and Well-Being

 

27th February 2013 10.30am - 4.30pm


International Digital Laboratory, Central Campus University of Warwick


The Focus of the Workshop:


This workshop on ‘Activity monitoring for behaviour, health and well-being’ is a one day event organised by the Institute of Digital Healthcare (IDH), at the University of Warwick. The purpose of this workshop is to bring together researchers and health professionals working in the field of activity monitoring and its varied applications.

The event will include both internal and external speakers presenting on current research in activity monitoring and highlighting some of the applications of inferring behaviour, health and well-being from activity monitoring. There will be discussion sessions to kindle interest in this field and generate ideas for interdisciplinary collaboration. The event will also feature demonstrations of the research undertaken at IDH in the field. This event aims to create a network of biomedical engineers, researchers and health professionals (which includes medicine, health science, healthcare, mental health and well-being) from various institutions to motivate future collaborative projects.

This event is open to all researchers. Take a look at the provisional programme here.


Who is it for?


Any research staff at the University of Warwick

Researchers from other universities

Health professionals (from various backgrounds including medicine, health science, healthcare, mental health and well-being)

NHS professionals

Anyone interested in the activity monitoring research


How to find us


We are based on the Central Campus of the University of Warwick. Please find directions to the University here.

We are No.25 on the map here.


Contact:


Dr. Viji Ahanathapillai

ahanat_v at wmg dot warwick dot ac dot uk


To book your place please register here Booking Form