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Congrats Marilyn on CHI Acceptance

Congrats to Marilyn Lennon and Matthew Jamieson for their CHI paper on "ForgetMeNot: Active Reminder Entry Support for Adults with Acquired Brain Injury"

Launch of new M.Sc. in Digital Health Systems

It's the Digital Health & Care week and Univ. of Strathclyde is launching a new M.Sc. in Digital Health Systems

This Masters programme provides state-of-the-art training in the latest advances in Digital Health Systems development and management. It's aimed at those who aim to become leaders in the field of Health IT, either for Health systems service delivery or for the Health & Wellness IT industry.

Two Mobiquitous Workshops at CHI 2017

Mark is involved in organising the accepted CHI 2017 workshops on:

Designing Mobile Interactions for the Ageing Populations - chi.olderadults.mobi
Ubiquitous Text Interaction - www.textentry.org/chi2017

https://chi2017.acm.org/

Congrats to Martin Halvey for two CHIIR papers

Super congrats to Martin for two full papers at CHIIR 2017 in Oslo: "An Interface for Supporting Asynchronous Multi-Level CIR" and "How Can We Better Support Users with Non-Uniform Information Access in CIR?"

http://sigir.org/chiir2017/

Babis Kyfonidis PhD on tangibles for helping children with diabetics accepted at CHI doctoral consortium

A massive well done to Babis Kyfonidis from the Digital Health and Wellness Group.

He got accepted to present at the Doctoral Consortium at HCI's top International Conference ACM CHI in Denver in May 2017.

This is really prestigious - only the top 15% of papers internationally get accepted to this conference and he will be presenting his PhD research on Tangible Educational Interfaces for Young Children with Diabetes to some of the leading international researchers in his field.

Congrats to @martinhalvey and @miguelnacenta for leading HCI for #SICSA_Scotland

Congratulations to Martin Halvey (Strathclyde) and Miguel Nacenta (St Andrews) for their joint role leading HCI research collaboration in Scotland through SICSA.

http://www.sicsa.ac.uk/research/research-themes/

EDCR 2016 Submissions and Registration Now Open

The International Symposium on Evaluating Digital Cultural Resources EDCR2016 will take place at the recently reopened Kelvin Hall, on December 12 and December 13th 2016. Attending the Symposium is free of charge but registration is required.

Call for proposals and registration now open

Behaviour change and Smart Meters Report

Marilyn and Mark's report on "Smarter technology means smarter lifestyle choices" for Smart Energy GB has now been published. It looks at behaviour change and how it could be used to better understand and have better impact of smart-meter programmes.

https://www.smartenergygb.org/en/resources/press-centre?tab=4

Draft Programme for BCS Health Infomatics Conference available

The draft conference programme of the BCS Health Informatics conference is now available on www.hiscotland.info

The conference will take place at Strathclyde Technology Innovation Centre on 11th-12th October.
The BCS HIS conference is the largest eHealth / Health Informatics conference in Scotland
and a key feature of our conference is that we have an excellent mix of Government
/ policymakers, NHS staff, industry exhibitors and academics:

Digital Health and Wellness Engage event

The Digital Health and Wellness Group are co-hosting an Engage event on all the great digital and connected health research happening in CIS, Maths and stats and across the university.

We will be showcasing innovative projects and services on offer to other academics and external partners such as SMEs, charities, NHS and government. These include bespoke service and tech design services, health data analytics, health app development, health communication and evaluating health interventions and products at scale.

Please come along and support and contribute.

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