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The Christabel Pankhurst Institute for Health Technology Research and Innovation provides a focus for the University’s health technology research and innovation.
Achieving benefit from health technologies is a multi-faceted challenge which requires input from across the spectrum of academic disciplines.
Alongside a focus on science and engineering, particularly digital technologies, AI and advanced materials, the Institute fosters a multidisciplinary approach to studying and achieving impact.
Areas of research include:
- Translational research to generate health impacts from foundational research, particularly in digital technologies, AI and advanced materials.
- Implementation science to understand translational pathways for health technology and identify the determinants of success.
- Health economics to understand and predict the health and economic impacts of deploying technology-based innovations in the health and care system.
- Evaluation and assessment methodology to generate evidence of efficacy and safety for technology-based innovations at different stages of development.
- Social and behavioural science to explore the impacts of heath technologies, particularly effectiveness, confidentiality and security, and addressing inequalities.
Find out more using the links below.
Researchers Research Outputs Projects Impacts Activities Press / Media Prizes Datasets
- 1 Oral presentation
Digital public goods platforms for development: The challenge of scaling
Brian Nicholson (Speaker)2022
Activity: Talk or presentation › Oral presentation