College of Business, Tech. & Engineering Professional & Business Support Grade 7 - £38,205 to £42,978 (pro rata) dependent on experience
The EPSRC South Yorkshire Digital Health Hub aims to bring together patients of all ages, community groups, engineers, computer scientists, clinicians, health and social care providers, designers, behavioural scientists, industrial partners and others to form a Digital Health “Community of Practice” that learns by doing, sharing knowledge and skills via regular interaction. Our vision is to improve population and individual health by developing novel technologies that gather daily life data and fuse this with routine NHS health and social care data. This exceptional and diverse faculty will contribute to all Hub training events, content design and delivery, mentoring, project support and leadership training. Our objectives are:
1) to bring together and grow our Digital Health Community of Practice of healthcare providers, engineers, scientists, clinicians, patient/public groups, and industrial partners to develop Digital Health solutions that address unmet clinical needs (WP1&2)
2) to design, develop and disseminate sixty hours of openly available, accessible and accredited remote training resources in Digital Health knowledge and skills (WP3)
3) to develop, train, and support a pipeline of Digital Health Innovators, equipping them with the knowledge and skills to obtain further research and commercialisation funding towards NHS adoption (WP4)
4) to establish an underpinning infrastructure of computational, software engineering, device manufacturing, analytic and other technical expertise that supports all Hub projects, training resources and events (WP5)
The training lead (WP3) will be managing all production of training materials related with digital health research and innovation, with a particular focus on designing, delivering, and evaluating inclusive forms across the multi-partner Hub.
The Computing department sits within the college of Business, Technology and Engineering.
You can find out more about the directorate at.shu.ac.uk/about-us/academic- departments/computing
You will work under the guidance of the SYDHH workpackage co-leads, Dr. Márjory Da Costa-Abreu from the Department of Computing/BTE and Professor Sanja Dogramadzi (University of Sheffield), and in collaboration with the SYDHH Managers and PPIE Lead.
Sheffield Hallam welcomes applications from all candidates irrespective of age, pregnancy and maternity, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief, or marital or civil partnership status.
The University may be able to sponsor the employment of international applicants in this role; this will depend on a number of factors specific to the individual applicant.
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Contact Person : Dr. Márjory Da Costa-Abreu Contact Number : m.da- [email protected] Date Advertised : 13-Sep-2023 Closing Date : 26-Nov-2023 Location : AWRC Employment Type : Fixed Term - Full Time Job number : 101965