Centre for Digital Media Cultures

Brighton University Press Release

University will help improve Coronavirus patient experience of intensive care   University of Brighton academics are working with doctors to understand the challenges that Covid-19 patients admitted to intensive care experience in communicating with healthcare workers.   The academics have been providing advice on evaluating a flashcard system which supports healthcare staff to communicate vital…

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EmERGE memebers group photo with bus


An international partnership of clinicians, social scientists, technology developers and HIV community activists met in Brighton in October for their penultimate consortium meeting. The University of Brighton leads two crucial aspects of the European Commission funded EmERGE project. Researchers from the Centre for Digital Media Cultures – Professor Flis Henwood, Dr Mary Darking and Dr…

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From Digital to Algorithmic: Art and Diplomacy in the 21st century

Talk by CDMC Visiting Fellow Natalia Grincheva Wednesday 26 June 2019 In the 21st century, digital communication technologies have significantly increased the scope and intensity of global data connectivity. This digital disruption has transformed the way in which cultural diplomacy is conducted and understood by governments, communities and societies. A practice of building bridges with…

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