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Andrew Hall (BA(Hons), MEd, F.H.E.A.) - research

Research interests

Andrew Hall is a Senior Lecturer in Educational Technologies at the School of Nursing Midwifery and Social Work, University of Manchester and also holds a research post at Manchester Royal Children’s Hospital. Andrew’s research activity includes national and international collaborations on the use of web and mobile technologies in health and social care education and practice. Andrew’s research focuses on the use of web and mobile technologies as complex interventions to aid self and shared management of long term conditions. As Director of Online Education at the University of Manchester, Andrew developed the role of technology in health and social care education across undergraduate and graduate programmes and is a Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy.  Andrew has presented and published widely in the field of web and mobile technologies in health and social care education and practice and current chairs ESRC/NIHR international study Neighbourhoods and Dementia technology steering group.

Research Interests

Web and mobile technologies in health and social care practice

mHealth

Educational technologies in health and social care education

Recent and Current Projects

  • Collaborator: ESRC/NIHR Neighbourhoods and Dementia, (£5m), 2014 – 2019
  • Chair: ESRC/NIHR Neighbourhoods and Dementia Technology Steering Group 2014 - 2019
  • Co-Investigator: UoM Pump Priming Award – The MobApp Project, (£14,500), 2015 - 16
  • Co-Investigator: CMFT/MIMIT Clinical Need Award – eQuick, (£35,000), 2014 -15
  • Co-Investigator: NIHR/RfPB OPIS Project, ( £245,000), 2011 – Dec 2014 
  • Co-Investigator: NIHR Musculoskeletal BRU Small Grant, (£4000), Oct 2014 -15