Examples of how we support and add value to technology developed for child health and paediatrics

Setting the research agenda for young people with inflammatory bowel disease

Focus groups to facilitate the development of novel paediatric ostomy care products

Developing a chatbot to support young people with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus

Evaluating sensory bedding (The Fidgetbum) to aid chronic insomnia in children with autism spectrum disorders

Evaluation of an augmented reality low vision aid for children and young people with visual impairment

Immersive Virtual Reality to improve physiotherapy care of children and young people with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

Developing a head and neck stabilising aid for children with narcolepsy when travelling in the car

Facilitating clinician access to home videos of epilepsy seizures

Developing the Digital Health Passport for young people with long-term health conditions

The Tookie Superhero: A bespoke medical garment for a child with complex needs

Nocturnal seizure detection utilising artificial intelligence with video camera technology

Developing a ‘magic’ MRI test to manage childhood constipation

Developing the Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis Toolbox

Assessing the value of potential product iteration options for existing medical device feeding pumps

Co-design workshops with children and families to develop enteral feeding medical garment

Validation of an online platform (Dx29) to accelerate diagnosis of rare diseases