October 2019: The HAVEN project has formally closed and the final presentations were delivered to representatives from the funding body on 23rd October. The team is now concentrating on submitting publications from the last stages of the project.
June 2018: The Human Factors team have completed the first phase of user-testing the prototype interface. This interface has been designed using information extracted from interviews with 'target' clinicians (those who will be using the system when deployed).
December 2017: Milestone Three achieved and confirmed with funding body. We also had two poster abstracts accepted for the Intensive Care Society State of the Art conference which was held in Liverpool.
June 2017. The whole research team met for a “Show and Tell” session in Portsmouth to present progress to date. Presentations included an evaluation of early warning scores, an early example for the HAVEN scoring model that combined laboratory tests with vital signs with good results, and a demonstration of the IT infrastructure that will run the HAVEN system.
December 2016: First stage Human Factors interviews completed at both Oxford and Portsmouth
October 2016: Full R&D approval confirmed for both Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust
September 2016: HRA Approval confirmed
August 2016: Milestone Two achieved and confirmed with funding body
June 2016: Research Ethics Committee (REC) approval confirmed (ref: 16/SC/0264)
May 2016: Submission for ethical approval
February 2016: Milestone One achieved and confirmed with funding body
August 2015: Confirmed project start
May 2014: Funding awarded (refs: HICF-R9-524 and WT-103703/Z/14/Z)
January 2014: Final funding application submitted to the Health Innovations Challenge Fund