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LifeGuide eSeminar: Internet-delivered interventions Seminar

Time:
12:00 - 13:00
Date:
8 January 2014
Venue:
Building 58, Lecture room C, Ground floor Highfield Campus University of Southampton Highfield Campus Southampton SO17 1BJ

For more information regarding this seminar, please telephone Victoria Hayter on 02380 595785 or email v.j.hayter@soton.ac.uk .

Event details

Showcasing LifeGuide: software that allows YOU to create internet-delivered interventions

This one hour seminar will provide a rapid overview of some of the studies being carried out as part of a 10 year programme of inter-disciplinary e-health research at the University of Southampton that has already attracted over £15 million funding to the university over the past 5 years. LifeGuide is unique software pioneered by the university that enables people who have no computing science background to create interactive websites to support management of health and illness - or any other type of behaviour change. The seminar will illustrate the kinds of studies that can be carried out using LifeGuide and how the software will continue to develop and be deployed over the next five years. The seminar is comprised of a  series of fifteen 3 minute talks delivered by a variety of different speakers.

If you would like to attend please register for this event with Victoria Hayter (please see contact details at foot of page).

Speakers

Lucy Yardley
LifeGuide: the last five years

Miriam Santer
SPaCE: an intervention for parents of children with eczema

Stephanie Hughes/Hazel Everitt
ACTIB: Assessing Cognitive behavioural Therapy in Irritable Bowel

Adam Geraghty
INDRA: an intervention for managing stress in primary care

Emily Smith
POWeRPlus: trialling an intervention for sustained weight loss

Ingrid Muller
Developing materials for people with low health literacy: an international study

Rosie Essery
ODIN: A self-management intervention for older people with dizziness

Claire Foster
RESTORE: an intervention for self-management of fatigue in cancer survivors

Claire Meagher
LifeCIT: an intervention to support home-based rehabilitation for stroke

Rosie Stanford
SupportBack: an intervention for self-management of chronic low back pain

Charlie Hargood
UBhave: software for creating interventions for smart phones

Leanne Morrison
Understanding development and usage of health behaviour change apps

Danius Michaelides
Visualising LifeGuide usage data

Mark Weal
Further technological developments in LifeGuide

Lucy Yardley
LifeGuide: the next five years

 

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