BA, PGDip, FHEA
Postdoctoral Research Assistant
I am a member of the Health Experiences Research Group. I work on the SuMMiT-D study where I am involved in the codesign and evaluation of mhealth resources to support medication adherence in people with type II diabetes.
My primary research interest is in digital health, in particular the role of novel technologies in encouraging and supporting behaviour change and physical and psychological well being. In 2014, I received MRC funding to conduct an interdisciplinary PhD at UCL, where I am based in the Departments of Computer Science and Primary Care and Population Health. My doctoral work is focused on the potential of digital resources as a source of wellbeing support in first time pregnancy.
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Randomised Feasibility Study of a Novel Experience-Based Internet Intervention to Support Self-Management in Chronic Asthma
Newhouse NI. et al, BMJ Open
Newhouse N. et al, CHI 2017: ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) (In press)
Examining the role of patients' experiences as a resource for choice and decision-making in health care: a creative, inter-disciplinary mixed method study in digital health
Ziebland S. et al, NIHR Journals library PGfAR