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Reader and Assistant Dean (Research Students)
Stephanie is a Reader in the Centre for HCI Design. She teaches modules on Interaction Design and Usability Evaluation to postgraduate students. Her research includes modelling and interaction design for healthcare environments, creative and inclusive interaction design, usability evaluation and technology enhanced learning. She was principal investigator for GReAT, an interdisciplinary project that developed an innovative gesture therapy tool for people with aphasia, employing a participatory design approach, and then tested the tool in an 8 month field study. This continued a theme of investigating innovative, sensitive and light-weight interaction design for challenging healthcare-related situations. She previously led Ghandi, a 3 year EPSRC-funded project that investigated clinical handover and developed the PaperChain system to support handover in an ambulance transport service. She is currently co-investigator on the new EVA project which is exploring the use of virtual worlds in aphasia therapy. Stephanie is also an Assistant Dean with responsibility for research students in the School of Informatics. Her remit includes strategic responsibility for recruitment, progression and student experience. She led the successful Periodic Review of research degrees in 2012.
Makayla Lewis: The impact of technological change on people with cerebral palsy
Deirdre Devers: Surveillance and situation awareness in digital gaming environments
Daniel Holliday: Trust in adaptive interfaces
Milena S. Markova: Tangible interfaces for learning
Reem Al Ashaikh: Technologies for collaboration in learning
Completed PhD students:
Ulrike Pfeil: Studying online support communities: Investigating network patterns and characteristics of social support
Areej Al-Wabil: Web navigation and people with dyslexia
Valentina Lichtner: Patient identification and electronic healthcare systems
Chee Siang Ang: Sociability through computer game playing
Ursula Armitage: Navigation and Learning in Electronic Texts
Maia Dimitrova: Effectiveness of Analytic Usability Evaluation Methods for Instructional Mulitimedia
- Safer Handover
- Novel Hardware Solutions for Healthcare Consultations
- UISSTLE Benefits Realisation
- JISC Information Visualisation Foundation Studies
- JISC Usability Studies for JISC Services and Information Environment
Galliers J, Wilson S, Roper A, Cocks N, Marshall J, Muscroft S and Pring T (2012) Words are not enough: empowering people with aphasia in the design process, Participatory Design 2012, Roskilde, Denmark.
Randell, R., Wilson, S. and Woodward, P. (2011) The importance of the verbal shift handover report: A multi-site case study. International Journal of Medical Informatics.
Randell, R., Wilson, S., Woodward, P. and Galliers, J. (2011) The ConStratO model of handover: a tool to support technology design and evaluation. Behaviour and Information Technology, 30(4), 489-498. doi:10.1080/0144929X.2010.547220
Galliers, J., Wilson, S., Muscroft, S., Marshall, J., Roper, A., Cocks, N. and Pring, T. (2011) Accessibility of 3D Game Environments for People with Aphasia: An Exploratory Study. In 13th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility. Dundee, Scotland.
Galliers, J., Wilson, S., Randell, R. and Woodward, P. (2011) Safe use of symbols in handover documentation for medical teams. Behaviour and Information Technology, 30(4), 499-506. doi:10.1080/0144929X.2011.582147
Randell, R., Wilson, S. and Woodward, P. (2011) Variations and Commonalities in Processes of Collaboration: The Need for Multi-Site Workplace Studies. Journal of Computer-Supported cooperative Work, 20(1-2), 37-59. doi:10.1007/s10606-010-9127-6
Lichtner, V., Galliers, J. R. and Wilson, S. (2010) A pragmatics' view of patient identification. Qual Saf Health Care, 19 Suppl 3, i13-i19. doi:10.1136/qshc.2009.036400
Pfeil, U., Zaphiris, P. and Wilson, S. (2010). The role of message-sequences in the sustainability of an online support community for older people. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 15(2), 336-363. doi:10.1111/j.1083-6101.2010.01523.x
Randell, R., Wilson, S. and Fitzpatrick, G. (2010). Editorial Evaluating New Interactions in Health Care: Challenges and Approaches. Int. Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 26(5), 407-413. doi:10.1080/10447311003719847
Wilson, S., Woodward, P. and Randell, R. (2010). PaperChain: A Collaborative Healthcare System Grounded in Field Study Work. In Workshop on Interactive Systems in Healthcare (WISH). Atlanta, Georgia.
Wilson, S., Randell, R., Galliers, J. and Woodward, P. (2009). Reconceptualising Clinical Handover: Information Sharing for Situation Awareness. In L. Norros, H. Koskinen, L. Salo and P. Savioja (Eds.), Proc. ECCE 2009 - European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics, Vol. 258 (pp. 315-322).
Lichtner, V., Wilson, S. and Galliers, J. (2008). The challenging nature of patient identifiers: An ethnographic study of patient identification at a London walk-in centre, Health Informatics Journal, 14(2).
Randell, R., Woodward, P., Wilson, S. and Galliers, J. (2008). Public yet private: the status, durability and visibility of handover sheets, In Proc IEEE Computer-Based Medical Systems 21st Int. Symposium.
Wilson, S., Galliers, J. and Fone, J., (2007) Cognitive Artifacts In Support Of Medical Shift Handover: An In Use, In Situ Evaluation, International Journal of HCI, 22(1), pp. 61-83.
Wears, R.L., Perry, S.J., Wilson, S., Galliers, J. and Fone, J. (2007) Emergency department status boards: user-evolved artefacts for inter- and intra-group coordination, Cognition, Technology and Work, 9(3), pp.163-170.
Galliers, J., Wilson, S. and Fone, J. (2007) A Method for Determining Information Breakdown in Clinical Systems, International Journal of Medical Informatics, Volume 76 Supplement 1, pp. S113-S121.
Wilson, S., Galliers, J. and Fone, J. (2006) Not All Sharing is Equal: The Impact of a Large Display on Small Group Collaborative Work, Proceedings of the Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, 20th Anniversary, CSCW 2006, pp.25-28. ACM Honorable Mention award.
Wilson, S., Galliers, J. and Fone, J. (2005) Medical Handover: A Study and Implications for Information Technology. In Proceedings HEPS 2005 (Healthcare, Ergonomics and Patient Safety), Florence, Italy.