Music is more than entertainment, it can transform lives
Professor Eduardo Reck Miranda, Professor in Computer Music, University of Plymouth discusses the role of music in healthcare to address some of the most complicated diseases and conditions. Part of The Old Normal: Our Future Health series.
The doctor won’t see you now: the role of technology to support participatory health care
Dr Terry Gorst, Senior Research Fellow at the University of Plymouth explores the role of wearable technology and home-based care to support people with Parkinson's in taking charge of their care.
Shift the paradigm from disease to wellbeing
Dr Arunangsu Chatterjee, Head of Digital Education and Co-Director of the Centre for Health Technology at the University of Plymouth discusses the concept of 'The Economy of Wellbeing' and why this approach is so important post-COVID
Big cities have failed us. It’s time to think about smarter, healthier neighbourhoods
Professor Katharine Willis, Professor of Smart Cities and Communities and academic in the Centre for Health Technology at the University of Plymouth. Here she shares her views on the role of the neighbourhood in a post-COVID world.
‘Never let a good crisis go to waste’: the future of digital health
Professor Ray Jones, Professor of Health Informatics and Co-Director of the Centre for Health Technology at the University of Plymouth, shares his views on the future of digital health in a post-Covid-19 world.
Your data, your choice: the benefits of blockchain for patient consent and preventive healthcare research
Dr Edward Meinert, Associate Professor of eHealth at the University of Plymouth's Centre for Health Technology discusses the role of Blockchain technology to store, access and protect health data, providing opportunities to improve preventative medicine.
Student nurses are the key to transforming health and care in the UK
Student nurse at the University of Plymouth, Joy O'Gorman discusses the role of student nurses as change agents, transforming health and care in the UK.
Levelling up our digital health strategy
Professor Sheena Asthana, Director, Plymouth Institute of Health and Care Research at the University of Plymouth shares her thoughts on health inequalities in the UK and the vast concentration of development in already highly developed locations.
The old normal: our future health
Researchers from the University of Plymouth's Centre for Health Technology have over 30 years of experience in health and technology. Here, they share their views on the current state of health and care in the UK, and what its future could look like.