Category Archive: 'CTI news' :

Four members of the Centre for Translational Informatics (CTI) leadership team form a core part of a new £1.5m Medical Research Council (MRC) Mental Health Pathfinder Award granted to King’s College London, under the direction of Professor Robert Stewart. This King’s Pathfinder Award will build on our existing strengths in clinical informatics and deliver projects that provide the […]

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King’s College London has been chosen as a foundation partner of a new national institute Health Data Research UK. King’s will join UCL, Imperial College London, Queen Mary University of London and The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine in a collaborative partnership of five London universities. Health Data Research UK is initially awarding £30 million funding to six sites […]

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Research funded by the NIHR Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre, published in Scientific Reports today (Monday 27 November) shows that machine learning has the potential to predict unknown adverse drug reactions. Hospital admissions resulting from adverse drug reactions (ADRs) have been projected to cost the NHS £466m. Although ADRs are monitored during clinical trials, limitations in sample size […]

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South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust have launched a tool to improve prescribing for older people. Medichec is an innovative online tool that helps clinicians identify medicines that could cause memory and cognitive problems in older people. Medicines known as anticholinergics are prescribed for a range of conditions including urinary incontinence, pain and depression. […]

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Dr Rina Dutta and colleagues from King’s College London have won funding from the UK’s leading mental health research charity to investigate whether factors in schools can predict suicidal behaviours in children. The Data Science Award was granted by mental health research charity, MQ: Transforming Mental Health’, as part of a new programme dedicated solely to data science.  […]

Dr Rina Dutta and colleagues from King’s College London have won funding from the UK’s leading mental health research charity to investigate whether factors in schools can predict suicidal behaviours in children. The Data Science Award was granted by mental health research charity, MQ: Transforming Mental Health’, as part of a new programme dedicated solely to data science.  […]

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NHS England Chief Executive Simon Stevens has announced that South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLaM) will be London’s ‘Global Digital Exemplar’. In government plans setting out next steps on the NHS Five Year Forward View, the Trust is one of seven organisations cited as amongst the most advanced IT hospitals in the NHS. As […]

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Professor Robert Stewart, who is part of the Centre for Translational Informatics leadership team, has been selected to be part of a new £2m programme to commercialise life sciences discoveries. MedCity’s ‘Collaborate to Innovate’ programme is led by King’s College London and part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and Higher Education Funding Council […]

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HipDynamics – an early-stage digital startup run by King’s College London researchers Maximilian Kerz and Davide Danovi – has been awarded a Catalyst Grant by Digital Science, a leading global technology incubator focused on jumpstarting innovation in the research community. The Digital Science Catalyst Grant is an international initiative to support new software tools and […]

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In November 2016, the Centre for Translational Informatics (CTI) held a unique technology ideas generation workshop, co-led by mental health service users and Citizens With Experience (CWE) solutions. The workshop was attended by a group of people with a range of skills and experiences, including mental ill-health, and / or experience of working with people […]

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For many people, going online is an important way to get news and information, and connect with friends and family. Yet, up to 1 in 5 people with psychosis do not use the internet and are excluded from online support and health services, according to a new King’s College London survey published in the Journal […]

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