Activities per year
Funding to support the design and development of a smartphone app, as a potential commercial spin-off from PhD research by Stephanie Adams (£5k)
Each year in the UK sport hundreds of thousands of individuals suffer from the ‘invisible injury’ known as concussion, which can lead to lasting adverse health effects. There is currently no cure or well-documented treatment, thus the importance of education for preventing, and managing the injury cannot be underestimated. G-Force will be an interactive smartphone application designed to help educate athletes about concussion in an effective and engaging way, by considering individual learning needs and capturing learning. This project will prepare the prototype of the smartphone application for development and testing within the context of UK motor sport.
|Effective start/end date||1/11/16 → 30/06/17|
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Tony Turner (Contributor)30 Nov 2017
Activity: Consultancy types › Providing oral or written evidence for non-academic board, committee, working group or advisory panel
Tony Turner (Advisor)1 Nov 2016 → 16 Feb 2017
Activity: Consultancy types › Consultancy