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Future strategy & opportunities. Nottingham MindTech Healthcare Technology Co-operative. Professor Chris Hollis. NIHR Healthcare Technology Co-operatives (HTCs). Bradford: Wound Prevention & Treatment. Leeds: Colorectal Therapies.

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future strategy opportunities

Future strategy & opportunities

Nottingham MindTech Healthcare Technology Co-operative

Professor Chris Hollis

nihr healthcare technology co operatives htcs
NIHR Healthcare Technology Co-operatives (HTCs)

Bradford: Wound Prevention & Treatment

Leeds: Colorectal Therapies

Sheffield: Devices for Dignity

Nottingham: Mental Health

Cambridge: Brain Injury

Birmingham: Trauma Management

Barts: Gastrointestinal Disease

Guys: Cardiovascular Disease

nihr healthcare technology co operatives htcs1
NIHR Healthcare Technology Co-operatives (HTCs)

Aimsof the NIHR Healthcare Technology Co-operatives are to:

  • act as a catalyst for NHS “pull” for the development of new medical devices, healthcare technologies and technology-dependent interventions
  • focus on clinical areas and/or themes of high morbidity which have high potential for improving quality of life of NHS patients and improving the effectiveness of healthcare services that support them
  • work collaboratively with patients and patient groups, charities, industry and academics.
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NIHR Healthcare Technology Co-operatives (HTCs)

Bradford: Wound Prevention & Treatment

Leeds: Colorectal Therapies

Sheffield: Devices for Dignity

Nottingham: Mental Health

Cambridge: Brain Injury

Birmingham: Trauma Management

Barts: Gastrointestinal Disease

Guys: Cardiovascular Disease

university of nottingham innovation park
University of Nottingham Innovation Park

MindTech

NIHR HTC in Mental health & neurodevelopmental disorders

slide7

Why Mental Health?

  • Mental health problems affect 1 in 4 people
  • Huge economic cost to UK - £105bn per year
  • Largest area of government health spending (13%)
  • High unmet need with little technological innovation
  • Subjective clinical assessment dominates practice
  • Lack of engagement with SMEs
clinical landscape
Clinical Landscape
  • Mood Disorders
    • Unipolar depression
    • Bipolar depression
  • Neurodevelopmental disorder
    • Autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
    • Tourette syndrome
    • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
slide10

Current prevalence of mental health disorders in Europe

Wittchen et al 2011 European Neuropsychopharmacology

slide11

Why Nottingham?

  • National Leadership
  • - Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust
  • - Neurodevelopmental and Mood Disorders
  • - Computer Science & Biomedical Engineering
  • Regional Hub
  • - NIHR CLAHRC (NDL) -> CLAHRC East Midlands
  • - East Midlands Academic Health Sciences Network (EMAHSN)
  • - Medilink (East Midlands)
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Research Strategy

  • Technology Innovation Pipeline
  • High quality collaborative projects
  • User-led design
  • New partnerships
  • National resource
  • Transformation of mental health care and services
bringing partners together
Bringing Partners Together

Nottinghamshire Healthcare Trust

£260k

NHS

Tourettes Action

ADDISS

Patients & Carers Clinicians

IMH1

Medilink

HTC

Computer Science

Qbtech Ltd

£90k

£330k

University

Industry

TTO2

Biomedical Engineering

BuddyApp

Academics

SMEs

Business School

Buzz3D Ltd

Red Embedded Ltd

1: Institute of Mental Health

2: Technology Transfer Office

organisation
Organisation

NHS Trust

Medilink

EMAHSN

SMEs

Steering Committee

3rd Sector

Charities

Clinicians

University

Operational Group

Neurodevelopmental

Disorders

Mood Disorders

Involvement & Implementation

Cross-cutting themes

Technology

Clinical themes

technology innovation pipeline
Technology Innovation Pipeline

Patients, Clinicians, NHS Trusts

Identifying Need

Implementation

Development

NICE/ HTA

NICE/ HTA

&

Academics

SMEs

Facial affect recognition

QbTest

BuddyApp

Automated tic monitoring

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Research Approach

  • Identify the clinical problem/ unmet need
  • Identify and develop a technological solution
  • Evaluate clinical/cost effectiveness
  • Adopt and disseminate technology in NHS
qb test objective assessment of adhd
Qb Test: Objective Assessment of ADHD
  • Computerised assessment of attention and activity
  • Supports clinical decision making
  • Provides patients with objective reports on their condition
text messaging app to support therapy
Text messaging app to support therapy

Diary: SMS or web

Analysis tool

Goal reminders

Appointment prompts

personalised ambient monitoring pam
Personalised Ambient Monitoring (PAM)
  • User input:
  • General health questionnaires
  • Mood self-assessment

GSM

location

GPS

module

XYZ

accelerometer

  • Wearable Node
  • Acceleration
  • General light level
  • Artificial light level
  • Ambient sound properties

Internal accelerometer

Bluetooth

Encounters*

  • Bluetooth
  • 3G / GPRS
  • User input
  • Internal
computer vision visual tracking for automatic tic monitoring analysis
Computer vision / visual tracking for automatic tic monitoring & analysis
  • Face and expression recognition
  • Automatic eye blinks detection
  • Hand and detailed body tracking
  • Integration & tic data analysis

Med-e-Tel 2013

games that engage
Games that engage
  • For diagnosis and treatment
  • Work with ADHD children shows they will engage with games
  • Built games to treat but also promote interaction with therapist
  • Playful environment to get young people to discuss emotional reaction
what can we offer
What can we offer ?
  • Collaboration with SMEs, academics, NHS Trusts
  • Support to AHSNs and funding agencies; e.g. SBRI, TSB
    • Clinical expertise
    • Technology Trials
    • Patient Public Participation (PPI)
    • Early stage Health Economics
    • Advice on NICE assessment procedures
    • An understanding of clinical pathways
    • Advice on procurement procedures
    • Technological expertise & regulatory advice
contacts
Contacts:

Principal Investigator

Prof Chris Hollis

chris.hollis@nottingham.ac.uk

Technology Theme Lead:

Prof John Crowe

john.crowe@nottingham.ac.uk