Health Engineering, Glasgow Caledonian University

Health Engineering, Glasgow Caledonian University

The Activity and Function Research Group at Glasgow Caledonian University (Granat and Stanfield) has been working on developing methods and techniques for monitoring free-living activity. These techniques are being used to evaluate outcome of intervention, investigate the relationship between physical activity and health and assist in clinical decision making. The group is fostering new national and international collaborations with a view to establishing new techniques for determining the impact of intervention on disability and handicap.