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Nikki Newhouse


Postdoctoral Researcher

My primary research interest is in human-computer interaction, in particular the development and evaluation of complex digital interventions to support physical and psychological wellbeing across the lifespan. I am currently writing up my PhD thesis. 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.

Within NDPCHS, my work largely focuses on the SuMMiT-D study where I am involved in the development and qualitative evaluation of mhealth resources to support medication adherence in people with type II diabetes. 

I teach on the CEBM Advance Qualitative Methods Course (Advanced data collection methods; Communicating your research); in addition, I teach on various modules at UCL (Interdisciplinary Approaches to Digital Health Development and Evaluation).

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