Senior Research Fellow
School of Health and Related Research
Medicine, Dentistry and Health
- Complex Evaluation
- Digital Healthcare
- Service Improvement and User-Centred Design
I am a Senior Research Fellow in Health Services Research at the University of Sheffield, with experience in Human-Computer Interaction, User-Centred Design, Development of New Technology, and Evaluation of Technology in Health Care.
I am Module Lead for Complex Evaluation Methods (Masters in Clinical Research), and convene a short course ‘Real–World‘ Evaluation: Ten Key Principles for Evaluating Complex Health and Social Interventions.
As the Health Services Research representative for Innovation and Knowledge Transfer, I am active in consultancy work with a range of public, private and 3rd sector clients.
I have a diverse ongoing programme of research, development, evaluation and service-redesign in the use of technology for healthcare, including automated data collection, electronic care records, remote monitoring and online dashboard development.
Current Research Projects:
Perfect Patient Pathway (PePPa) Test Bed (2016-2018), NHS England (Innovate UK), Co-Applicant for bid £1.8M, Principle Applicant for Evaluation (£280k)
Mobile Video Supervision: for Parenteral Feeding (MoViS for PF) (2015-2016) EPSRC Collaborative R&D award (£10.7k) (plus £24.5k matched funding)
Enhanced Community Palliative Support Services (EnComPaSS): Pilot Evaluation (2015-2016), NHS England (Nursing Technology Fund) (£249k)