Final year PhD student at the University of Glasgow, exploring how to increase efficiency when evaluating health apps and wearables for behaviour change.
I use an interdisciplinary approach combining methods from health and human computer interaction/computing science. Particular interest in automating Single Case Designs / N-of-1 trials (as an alternative to randomised controlled trials), and the use of user logs and online app stores to remotely test if an app changes behaviour.
I completed my Undergraduate degree in Psychology (also at the University of Glasgow). I have been awarded 4 years of funding for the PhD (until 2018) through a Lord Kelvin Adam Smith Scholarship.
- Mobile health apps and wearables for physical activity
- Assessing the effectiveness of complex interventions
- User Experience
- Experimental design and research methods
- Single Case Designs / N-of-1
- Continuous sensor data
- Automated research trials / App store deployment
- Process evaluations
- Multidisciplinary teams
- Practical challenges associated with evaluating mHealth
Institute of Health and Wellbeing,
Room 142, 25-29 Bute Gardens
University of Glasgow
0141 330 4615