I am a user researcher in civil service, having recently left my post at the University of Salford where I was a post-doctoral research fellow. I am also an Associate Lecturer at The Open University, lecturing on the level 3 module entitled ‘Interaction Design and User Experience’. I completed my PhD in the area of digital health in June 2017 from the University of Warwick, where I was a doctoral researcher in Experiential Engineering, part of the EPSRC funded Participation in Healthcare Environment Engineering (PHEE) programme (my publications from my PhD can be found here).
I have worked as a postgraduate mentor at the University of Warwick,
I am a fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a member of the Q Community. I am
also a reviewer on the Health Research Ethics panel at the University of Salford, and on the reviewer panel for NIHR. I also review journal papers for a number of academic journals including Nurse Researcher, Health Expectations, BMC Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, and the Journal of Medical Internet Research. I am on the Cambridge Scholars Health Editorial Advisory board.
Please click on the following links for further information about me:
My CV can be found on LinkedIn.
My official University of Salford profile can be accessed here.
My official University of Warwick, WMG, e-Portfolio can be accessed here.
My academia.edu profile can be found here.