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What is an R&D Project?

R&D stands for Research and Development, an R&D Project aims to discover new knowledge and new possible developments in a range of different fields. In healthcare, R&D focuses on improving the health and well-being of patients and the efficiency of our healthcare services.

 

There are many different examples of healthcare R&D projects that are changing the world, here’s just a few:

  • Software development.
  • Designing, testing and developing prototypes.
  • Improving existing drug formulations.
  • Devices development to assist with surgery.

Complete Care Advisory R&D Projects

Encouraging innovation within the care sector is at the heart of Complete Care Advisory.

 

Research & Development will benefit not only your CQC rating but most importantly the people that you care for and improve their quality of life. The outcome of care R&D projects is to boost service efficiency, but also to make them more effective in delivering the highest level of care possible to patients.

 

We understand that highly innovative research and development is not possible for most care providers across the UK with demand being extremely high and resources often low.

 

Complete Care Advisory is looking to give Universities, ambulance services, care homes, hospices, hospitals, domiciliary and provision of care services providers a chance to get involved with the following R&D projects:

What is an Innovation Project?

Our Innovation Projects aims to discover new knowledge and new possible developments in a range of different fields. In healthcare, innovation focuses on improving the health and well-being of patients and the efficiency of our healthcare services. There are many different examples of healthcare innovation projects that are changing the world, here are just a few:
  • Software development.
  • Designing, testing and developing prototypes.
  • Improving existing drug formulations.
  • Devices development to assist with surgery.

Get involved with innovation

The outcome of care innovation projects is to boost service efficiency but also to make them more effective in delivering the highest level of care possible to patients.

We understand that highly innovative research and development is not possible for most care providers across the UK with demand being extremely high and resources often low.

Complete Care Advisory is looking to give provision of care services providers a chance to get involved with the following innovation projects.

Facial Recognition for Improved Care

Facial expressions are an important aspect for health professionals to assess pain in their patients, especially if there are verbal limitations – or their ability to express pain is limited. By developing Artificial Intelligence (AI) based facial recognition technology, able to monitor patient emotions and provide diagnostics based on facial expressions, we hope to lead in the advancement in current diagnostic capabilities.  

Our aim is to develop technologies which can outperform human observation, in terms of accuracy and efficiency. 

This project looks to develop software which will use AI-based facial recognition technology that will be able to diagnose diseases and monitor patient emotions based on facial expressions and then apply this in a healthcare environment. The scope for this software could lead to integration into various camera/ image capturing devices, such as body cameras and security cameras in a care home, as well as the potential for use in video-based consultations. This tool could be applied to and used in care units, care homes, and domiciliary care for a rapid and convenient way to monitor patient health in a non-intrusive manner.  

Complete Care Advisory Preventing Suicidal Ideation Innovation
Complete Care Advisory Augmented Reality to improve Care Standards

Augmented Reality in Healthcare

The project will research the available AR technologies within healthcare settings, as well as the development of convenient patient information analysis and representation methods.

 

Additionally, the project will look to create a robust framework that will be able to produce accurate health monitoring of patients and improve the staff training experience.

Improving Healthcare with IoT Tech

The work for this project will investigate various technologies and software that are available for health informatics, as well as the development of computer vision-based algorithms, to build a unified platform to improve the monitoring and care of patients/ residents whilst retaining levels of independence.
Complete Care ADvisory Unified AI, Computer Vision, and IoT systems
Complete Care Advisory Alleviating Tremors in Parkinson's Disease - Innovation Project

Electrical Muscle Stimulation

The project will investigate the feasibility of using computer science in the development of technology that will impact neuromechanical systems, with the introduction of machine learning applications to reduce tremors in Parkinson’s disease patients.

Remote Physiotherapy

The project will explore the methods for providing effective, compliant, physiotherapy through the use of various technological practices to develop a map/ framework for providing the safest, most appropriate, and most effective care services.

 

Additionally, the project will have the scope to potentially look to advance physical therapy sciences by investigating potential new medical procedures that can be administered via remote means.

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Complete Care Advisory Preventing Suicidal Ideation Innovation - Innovation Project

Centralised system for Suicide Prevention

The project aims to develop a sophisticated behaviour analysis system, through the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning application, to monitor and prevent the early stages of cyber-suicide and suicidal ideation in real life.

 

The project will look at the scientific field of neurology and the technological field of ICT (Information and communication technology), specifically the application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Natural Language Processing (NLP) applications in an academic facility.

Improving Breath Analysis with Artificial Noses

Many lung diseases have non-specific attributes or overlapping symptoms which can create delays in treatment.

 

For example, with Asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) both diseases include chronic coughing, wheezing and shortness of breath.

 

However, these are both very different conditions and need to be treated differently. For more accurate results, available monitoring methods would need to be added, such as a chest x-ray or biopsy to confirm the diagnosis and arrange suitable treatment. Some methods, however, can be time-consuming and tend to be expensive.

Complete Care Advisory Improved medical diagnostics through breath analysis

Who is eligible for our Innovation Projects?

If you are offering care to patients and are you can take part in one of our innovation projects. Some examples of providers that are eligible are:

  • Residential care homes
  • Nursing homes
  • Home care
  • Care agencies
  • Supported living services
  • Supported housing services

Join our Care Innovation Projects today

Change lives and change the future of the care industry by taking part in one of our care industry innovation projects today. Our projects work towards finding the best possible ways to care for patients.

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