The BCS Health and Care Scotland poster abstract session winners at DigiFest 2021 will showcase their service design and research projects.

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BCS Health and Care Scotland – poster abstract winners from DigiFest2021:

  • Informal carers and physical activity: designing an innovative, evidence-based smartphone application to support regular physical activity from home
    Kieren Egan, University of Strathclyde
  • COVID-19: Why are Twitter Users Obsessed with Vitamin D?
    Ryan Innes, University of Strathclyde
  • Developing Recommendations for an all-Wales Ideal Model of Remote Working based on the Lived Experiences of NHS Wales Professionals
    Bethan Whistance, NHS Wales


BCS Health and Care Scotland specialist group organised and sponsored the Poster Abstract session at the Scottish Government led, DigiFest2021, which took place in December 2021. The winners have kindly agreed to present their service design and research projects to us showcasing some of the great work taking place.

Tuesday 8 March 12-1pm: Research projects

Thursday 10 March 12-1pm: Service design projects

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This event is brought to you by: BCS Health and Care Scotland specialist group

Webinar: Celebrating digital health and social care projects in Scotland
Date and time
Tuesday 8 March, 12:00pm - 1:00pm
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