Staff and volunteers from the School of Computing and the School of Medicine delivered a successful workshop at the fourth UK Council of Clinical Communication Conference held in Manchester on 11 March 2015.
The workshop showcased the work being done within the communication strand of the Dundee medical curriculum led by Drs Ching-Wa Chung and Jennifer Kennedy (GP clinical tutors) and members of the StraightTalking User Group led by Professor Annalu Waller and Mrs Kathleen Cummins from Computing.
This free hands on workshop is run by the Tayside Right to Speak Project and SCTCI (Scottish Centre for Technology for the Communication Impaired) who specialise in providing people who have communication impairments with the support they need.
Date: March 4th
Time: 1.30 -4.00pm
Registration now open, limited spaces, please download the flyer for more information on the Workshop.
Seminar: Self-created Film as Assistive Tool in Storytelling for Children with Complex Communication Needs
A new exciting collaboration with Holland about using film to support storytelling for children with complex communication needs. Mascha Legel, who has started her PhD on the subject, will visit the Dundee AAC Group next week and present her work during our weekly seminars on Thursday, 15 Jan, 12pm. All welcome!
Abstract for download (pdf)
More info on our Facebook page:
Interesting article about Eddie, a member of our Aphasia iPad Group at the School of Computing, in the Courier.
Take a look at the article facsimile or read the transcribed text here: