Development a cross platform, personalised digital intervention to reduce sedentary behaviour and improve physical and mental wellbeing at work.

Project: Knowledge Exchange

Project Details


Scottish Funding Council innovation application (value £59,000) involving a new cross faculty collaboration with University of Strathclyde staff from Psychology, Computer and Information Science and Physical activity for Health groups with an external Edinburgh based company called “Welbot”. Funding was awarded to assist the company to develop and evaluate a cross-platform digital wellness programme that provides tailored notifications (“nudges”) to each user, helping employees stay physically and mentally well in the workplace. The innovation of the programme is the health information which is delivered in nudges which learn and adapt dependant on the users’ actions. This project was short listed for a Scottish Knowledge Exchange Innovation of the Year Award in 2019.
Effective start/end date1/05/1828/02/19


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