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Short course in health app design at UCL, March 2015

SCFarr11: Designing Apps Short Course http://www.ucl.ac.uk/farr-short-courses/scfarr11 This one-day course is part of a series of short courses from the Farr Institute of Health Informatics Research which aims to integrate research and capacity development in order to improve health and healthcare.CHI+MED’s Dr … Continue reading

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Medical devices and Human-Computer Interaction – one day tutorial at #NordiCHI2014, w CHI+MED

On Sunday 26 October researchers from CHI+MED will run a full day tutorial on Medical devices and human-computer interaction as part of the NordiCHI 2014 conference taking place in Helsinki (from 26-30 October 2014). Gerrit Niezen, Karen Li, Patrick Oladimeji … Continue reading

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T1 #diabetes – MSc student needs 10 people to help evaluate device (transfers glucose readings to iPhone)

If you have Type 1 diabetes, an iPhone and would like to help test out Diabeto (a new device to support diabetes management) an MSc student at UCL would like to hear from you. 4-Week Type 1 Diabetes Technology Study … Continue reading

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Festival for Digital Health – call for papers (for UCL students and non-UCL student collaborators)

The Festival for Digital Health is an overarching event held at UCL between 20 June and 3 July 2014. This is a call for submissions for part of the festival aimed at UCL students and collaborators. The student poster presentations … Continue reading

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[New journal] International Journal of Human-Computer Studies – call for papers

Call for papers Understanding Multitasking and Interruptions: Co-ordinating Approaches for New Insights International Journal of Human-Computer Studies Description Multitasking and interruptions have been studied using a variety of methods in multiple fields (e.g., HCI, cognitive science, computer science, and social … Continue reading

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