I’m a doctoral researcher in Experiential Engineering, part of the EPSRC funded Participation in Healthcare Environment Engineering (PHEE) programme at the University of Warwick, with a primary research interest in digital engagement and participation in healthcare. I have just completed my PhD in the area of digital health from the University of Warwick. I am currently an Associate Lecturer at The Open University, postgraduate mentor at the University of Warwick, a part-time teacher, founder and managing editor of PhDViva, examiner at Edexcel, University Advisor at Mendeley, a blogger on my own website, at the PhDLife blog and The LSE Impact blog, a reviewer for a number of academic journals including Medicine 2.0 , Nurse Researcher and the Journal of Medical Internet Research, a Governor at a secondary school in Cambridge, and a social media consultant. I have a background in computing, web design, education, librarianship and management.
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