Michael Craven, PhD, is Senior Research Fellow in MindTech. He has spent 30 years in research and teaching in the areas of healthcare technology assessment, electronic engineering and computer science.

Mike CravenAdditionally he is a member of Faculty of Engineering Bioengineering research group and the Medical School’s Centre for Dementia, holds an honorary contract with Nottingham Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and is Health Economist in the Centre for Healthcare Equipment and Technology Adoption (CHEATA) based in the Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust. In MindTech Mike contributes expertise in design and evaluation of digital health and medical device related interventions and assistive technologies. He has previously conducted health technology assessments and reviews for National Health Service organisations and industry and recently contributed to a British Standards Institute specification for quality in the development of mobile health apps (PAS 277). He is co-investigator on the RADAR-CNS (remote/mobile monitoring) ORBIT (web-based intervention in Tourettes) and gameChange (virtual reality CBT in psychosis) grants focussing on pathways and value propositions for the technologies involved. He is also part of the Marie Curie ‘Research Innovation and Staff Exchange’ European collaboration on co-design in dementia care.

Details of publications are available via ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5682-6360

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