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.
Meet the SCAMPI Project Team
- Professor Neil Maiden (Principal Investigator), Cass Business School
- Professor Feng Li, Cass Business School
- Professor Julienne Meyer, School of Health Sciences
- Professor Paul Burstow, School of Health Sciences
- Dr Shashi Harani, School of Health Sciences
- Dr Simone Stumpf, School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering
- Dr Dympna O’Sullivan, School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering
- Parkinson's UK
- Alzheimer's Society
- Evalucom Consulting Limited
- NHS Sutton Clinical Commissioning Group
- CWHHE CCGs Commissioning Collaborative
- My Home Life