First set of Studies Announced

We are delighted to announce the Sheffield based Centre for Assistive Technology and Connected Healthcare (CATCH) will be conducting two initial studies for the Emego assisted switch device. The first study will use real end users whom have severe disablities to feedback to GSPK Design the results for the final design.

The second study will be on a much larger scale with the clinicians looking at how well the device performs. They will be able to measure how well it can be used with assistive technology applications.

The investagators leading the study are: Simon Judge and Prof Mark Hawley and the researchers are: Dr Nasrin Nasr and Sarah Abdi

To find out more about the study follow this link to the CATCH website: Click here


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2017-02-14T14:30:18+00:00May 17th, 2016|Latest News|