Satellite Events – call now OPEN!

February 28, 2017

The call for short communication contributions to Satellite Events for the AAATE2017 Congress is now open. Deadline: Friday 7th April 2017 17.00 CET. We invite you to submit a short communication (approximately 900 words) to the Congress Satellite Events from AT related/allied areas such as: Therapy; Rehabilitation; User engagement; Audit, service development, novel product, technology […]

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Become an Approved Partner for AAATE2017

February 23, 2017

The AAATE is inviting approved and interested parties to promote our 2017 Congress in return for discounted registration at the same rate as members of the AAATE. If members of your organisation are interested in attending the AAATE2017 Congress, this is a great way to obtain a discount. In order to qualify for this special […]

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Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

February 1, 2017

Welcome to the frequently asked questions page for the AAATE2017 Congress split into easy to use categories. If your question is not on the list, please complete our contact us form here. General questions Questions about the conference Questions about the Satellite Events Questions about the Student Innovation Tournament Exhibition questions Pricing questions Technology for […]

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AAATE ambassadors on Tour

January 31, 2017

From 11th -15th September 2017 the Centre for Assistive Technology and Connected Healthcare (CATCH) at the University of Sheffield is co-hosting the 14th Congress of the Association for the Advancement of Assistive Technology in Europe. This is a great opportunity for researchers, organisations and patient groups to showcase their current research on a European scale. […]

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Sponsorship and Advertising Options

Sponsor Packages: Gold* Silver* Bronze* Branded Congress Room yes – – Prime exhibition area in the Diamond Building yes – – Student Tournament Participation yes yes – Advertising in the eCatalogue full page half page quarter page Complimentary delegate registrations** 12 6 1 Advertising and merchandise contribution*** £ 3,000 £ 1,000 £ 300 Sponsor Package […]

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Join the Public Exhibition

January 20, 2017

For the first time, the AAATE will host a public exhibition during the congress week. The Public Exhibition will be held in the Octagon Centre on 12th September 2017, they day before the main conference starts. The Octagon Centre is located at the heart of the University of Sheffield’s Student union and only a few minute walk from […]

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Overview of Special Thematic Sessions (STS) for AAATE2017

January 19, 2017

Please find below 35 Special Thematic Sessions grouped in 10 areas (some of these may be listed in multiple areas). If your research area is not part of the list below you can still submit a paper. Special Thematic Sessions will only fill about 50% of the conference, so feel free to submit a paper […]

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Call for papers extended until 17.02.2017

The Call for Papers for the AAATE2017 Conference is now closed. You can still submit a short communication to our Satellite Events. Read more here. From 11th -15th September 2017 the Centre for Assistive Technology and Connected Healthcare (CATCH) at the University of Sheffield is co-hosting the 14th Congress of the Association for the Advancement of Assistive […]

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Draft Programme Session: The Barriers and Enablers to introducing new technologies into the NHS (STS59)

January 9, 2017

Session Type: Workshop The Barriers and Enablers to introducing new technologies into the National Health Service – A Therapy perspective Technology is growing in importance in our everyday lives. The role of occupational therapy and physiotherapy is to enhance or enable meaningful participation in the occupations (activities) important to everyday life. Therefore, if technology is a […]

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Draft Programme Session: Developing digital skills: How to ensure socially excluded and vulnerable people benefit from using assistive technology (STS41)

January 5, 2017

Session Type: Workshop Developing digital skills: How to ensure socially excluded and vulnerable people benefit from using assistive technology This session explores how digital skills training of digitally excluded individuals can maximise the efficacy of assistive technology. The introductory speakers would report state of the art experiential learning found so far. The aim would be to […]

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