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Ursula Ankeny presents at 3rd Child Heath Tech Conference before beginning Australia and New Zealand placements
Ursula Ankeny presents at 3rd Child Health Tech conference and begins Australia and New Zealand placements.
Ursula Ankey to present co-designed toolbox in ‘Innovations in arthritis healthcare’ track at major European clinical conference this May
Ursula Ankeny presents her proof-of-concept study assessing prototype innovation for young people with arthritis at a major Rheumatoid Arthritis conference in Milan next week.
Online arts and culture for young people’s mental health – new research programme announced
Young people will help create an ‘online museum’ as a way of improving their mental health, as part of a new and ground-breaking £2.61m research project led by Oxford University
Lab4Living presents at 2nd Child Heath Tech Conference
Members of the Lab4Living team presented approaches to developing interventions for paediatric populations at the 2nd Child Heath Tech Conference last week. PhD researcher Ursula Ankeny also presented a poster on her research helping children with arthritis to be more active and independent.
Ursula Ankeny begins child health tech PhD with Sheffield Children’s Hospital
Funding awarded to develop novel technologies for Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis Management
Evaluation of ‘ADHD Hero Activity Book’ paper published in Design For Health
17 Jun 2021, This paper, now published in Design For Health, describes the evaluation of a prototype activity book (previously co-designed by Lab4Living researchers, families of young people with ADHD, educators and clinicians). Results indicate the activity book is an effective communication aid between young people and families. Read the paper here: