Our SENSE-Cog programme is building interdisciplinary research capacity and fostering collaboration within the EU. New researchers are being trained and several mid-career researchers are leading or contributing to the work packages. We have achieved a good balance of gender representation throughout the project. Our programme is deeply inter-disciplinary, with collaborative work from clinicians (from hearing, vision, and cognitive disciplines), health economists, statisticians, occupational therapists, psychologists, industry, physiologists and epidemiologists.
Our work will promote the early detection and treatment of mental health and cognitive difficulties by applying psychometric and e-health principals to scope, critique, adapt, validate and develop existing and novel mental health, cognitive and sensory assessment tools and screening health checks.
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