SCAMPI research project launched at City

The research team will develop a new digitalised toolkit to support care planning, monitoring and interventions by people with chronic conditions and their carers.

City, University of London launched its EPSRC-funded SCAMPI (Self-Care Advice, Monitoring, Planning and Intervention) Research Project.

The University won £980,000 in grant funding from The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).

The SCAMPI Project

The SCAMPI project will develop a new form of digitalised toolkit that will allow someone living in their own home with a chronic condition, together with their relatives, carers and healthcare professionals, to self-manage both their care of the condition and life with it, sometimes in novel and creative ways.

The project will a collaboration between Schools: led by Professor Neil Maiden of Cass Business School who will work alongside colleagues from the School of Health Sciences and the School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering.

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Meet the SCAMPI Project Team

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