February 2017


Published: 3rd March, 2017

Rescon are informed that their paper on the iterative development of Lincus within health and social care services has been accepted for publication at the Informatics for Health Conference (Authors: Adie, Laura and Tom).

Rescon attends the Future Support in Later Life workshop with the Government Office for Science and the Cabinet Office.

Rescon continue to lead technical integration for the West of England Diabetes Digital Coach NHS Test Bed.

Tom presents on Digital Futures at the Health is Wealth Conference in Liverpool.

Rescon continue to work with QinetiQ, Affective State and Cranfield University to explore the use of quantified self in the military.

Rescon join the Guys and St Thomas Health Foundry community and visit their new London base.

Rescon meet with Alder Hey, Victrix and Resolve.

Lincus

New Lincus features are released, including a new landing page and multiple other performance improvements.

The team run a workshop with learning disability service providers of Hertfordshire and Essex to demonstrate the online Health Equalities Framework on Lincus.

Lincus is listed on the European Innovation Procurement Platform as an exemplar active and healthy ageing tool.

Lincus continues to be used as a mobile assessment tool for people with complex needs at risk of homelessness as part of the Big Lottery funded Waves of Hope project in Liverpool.

February 2017 News