Professor Paul Chamberlain talks about the future of end of life care design as Marie Curie ‘Design to Care’ Programme is launched

Professor Paul Chamberlain. Photo copyright: Richard Hanson (0793 908 1208) Prof Paul Chamberlain. lab4living - Sheffield Hallam University. Commissioned by Chris Gibson at ACES marketing, SHU. 9.3.09

Professor Paul Chamberlain (alongside Dr Claire Craig) have been working with Marie Curie to revolutionise palliative care. Together with University of Cambridge and Sheffield Hallam University, Marie Curie launched its Design to Care Programme last week. The five year £3.5m project aims to build the future foundations for pioneering tailored care for people living with a terminal illness. Paul spoke […]

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Lab4Living 2017 – Celebrating ten years of design and health – Exhibition at Head Post Office

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Lab4Living is celebrating its ten year anniversary in 2017 with a series of events including an exhibition at Sheffield Hallam University’s Head Post Office building as a showcase of research and a tenth-anniversary book to go alongside it. The exhibition will run from 25 April to 06 May and copies of the book are available throughout. Let us know what you […]

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Tuesday 25 April 2017 – Lunchtime Seminar with Prof. Paul Chamberlain (Head of ADRC at SHU)

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Speaker: Professor Paul Chamberlain Title: Lab4Living Professor Paul Chamberlain will provide an overview of the development and diverse activities of Lab4Living, a research group that brings together Designers and creative practitioners from within the Art & Design Research Centre at SHU and Health Care specialists. The talk will coincide with an exhibition in the HPO that reflects on ten years […]

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Monday 31 October 2016 – Lunchtime Seminar with Dr Jeremy Davenport (The Creative Exchange, Lancaster University)

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Speaker: Jeremy Davenport PhD, The Creative Exchange (Lancaster University) Title: Exploring how to improve the presentation of blood test results for renal patients (patients as partners in the design of health care) Jeremy Davenports’s research interests are focused upon inter disciplinary and cross sector collaboration across professional cultures and boundaries. Specifically, exploring the impact of emergent digital technologies on the […]

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The Design Museum spotlights Dr David Swann’s ABC Syringe in its November re-launch

David Swann, ABC Syringe

Dr David Swann‘s invention ABC Syringe (A Behaviour Changing Syringe) has been selected by The Design Museum for its long-term collection. The Museum will specially highlight David’s groundbreaking design in its re-launch events marking the move to its spectacular new home on High Street Kensington, London. The ABC syringe is featured in a short film commissioned for the re-launch, alongside […]

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Dr David Swann’s ABC syringe to feature in BodyWorks on Tour

David Swann's ABC Syringe

Dr David Swann‘s invention ABC Syringe (A Behaviour Changing Syringe) is to feature in the Careering into Science interactive science show, part of the BodyWorks on Tour Programme engaging school audiences across Scotland. The interactive show includes a segment on chemistry skills and tells the story of the ABC Syringe and how colour-changing technology can help save lives. The ABC […]

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Thursday 04 June 2015 – Lunchtime seminar with SHU CCRC’s Heath Reed, Ivan Phelan and Shirley Lindley

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Title: Medic of the Future: Exploring the integration of immersive Virtual Reality with haptic and tactile feedback in a medical training environment for the MoD Speakers: CCRC’s Heath Reed, Ivan Phelan and Shirley Lindley We will outline how the different elements of this type of training was integrated into a virtual environment using haptic technology developed at SHU. We used […]

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The State of the Art of Design in Health: An expert-led review of the extent of the art of design theory and practice in health and social care – Professor Paul Chamberlain, Daniel Wolstenholme and Dr Matt Dexter

Front cover of The State of the Art of Design in Health by Paul Chamberlain, Daniel Wolstenholme, Matt Dexter and Lizzie Seals

The State of the Art of Design in Health describes an investigation funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to establish greater understanding of the extent of Design theory and practice within the context of health. Led by researchers from Lab4Living, based within the Art & Design Research Centre at Sheffield Hallam University, researchers from Coventry University, Glasgow […]

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