Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare


The Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare supports the development and expansion of technology enabled health and care services in Scotland.

This involves working across boundaries with industry, academia, local authorities, NHS Boards and third and independent sectors to develop recognised models for redesigning health and care services.

Key programmes of work currently include Supported Self Management, Home and Mobile Health Monitoring and provision of computerised CBT services.

SCTT also supports a range of innovative services and projects across Primary and Secondary Care, ICT Infrastructure and Workforce Development.

Information on all of SCTT’s projects and programmes can be found throughout the website, as well as information on technology¬† enabled health and care news and events.

The Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare is part of NHS 24.


Latest News

New Study Published – Health Informatics Competencies A new article studying transatlantic health informatics competencies has [more]
SCTT End of Year Report The Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare has published [more]
Ayrshire & Clyde Valley Programme News The latest edition of the SmartCare and United4Health newsletter [more]
Award for Technology Enabled Care Service [more]
Digital Collaboration Project Launch [more]
Social media networks tapped for smart environment for older people [more]
Public Health & Wellbeing Awards [more]
New Videos to Support Carers [more]
New IRIC reporting system [more]
European Telemedicine Conference