The Centre for Health, Technologies and Social Practice is an interdisciplinary centre at the University of Leeds, launched in October 2012.
It draws together researchers with interests in the social practices through which technologies of health are designed, delivered and implemented. Current research includes work on responsible innovation, patient reported outcomes, evidence based policy and inclusive technologies.
The Centre runs seminars and events and members participate in a range of other projects and study groups.
Ana Manzano is the principal investigator on the CRIMSON project, which aims to find out how people recently diagnosed with MS make decisions about their treatment.
Engineer Ray Holt reflects on Margrit Shildrick's recent talk in the Centre for Health, Technologies and Social Practice, asking, what counts as a prosthesis?
A series of workshops exploring histories and futures of innovation in 'advanced' wound care are being held at the Thackray Medical Museum, Leeds.