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Stephanie is a Reader in Human-Computer Interaction and Co-Director of the Centre for HCI Design, a specialist research centre within the Department of Computer Science. Her research focuses on digital technologies for healthcare, creative and inclusive interaction design, user experience and technology enhanced learning. She was principal investigator for GReAT, an interdisciplinary project that developed and assessed an innovative gesture therapy tool for people with aphasia, employing a participatory design approach. 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 EVA projects, funded by The Stroke Association and The Tavistock Trust for Aphasia, which are exploring the use of virtual worlds for people with aphasia .

From 2010 until April 2014, Stephanie was an Assistant Dean with strategic responsibility for all research students in the School of Informatics. Her remit included recruitment initiatives, improving qualification rates and enhancing student experience. She led the successful Periodic Review of research degrees in Informatics in 2012. She is a Senior Tutor for Research (STR) and a member of the University's STR Forum.

Stephanie is Chair of the Computer Science Research Ethics Committee and a member of the Senate Research Ethics Committee.

Research

Grants

2017-2020 INCA: Inclusive Digital Content for People with Aphasia. With Jane Marshall, Madeline cruice and Abi Roper. Funded by the EPSRC, £496,294.

2017-2019 EVA Park Groups. With Jane Marshall, Celia Woolf, Madeline Cruice and Anita Patel (QMUL). Funded by The Stroke Association. £158,111.

2016-2017 Taking EVA Park Into Service: Therapy Case Studies. With Jane Marshall. Funded by The Tavistock Trust for Aphasia.

2016-2017 Taking EVA Park Into Service: Technology Development. With Jane Marshall. Funded by The Tavistock Trust for Aphasia.

2014 - 2017 CommuniCATE: Enhancing communication in aphasia through technology. With Jane Marshall, Madeline Cruice and Celia Woolf. Funded by Barts and the London Charity. £415,785.

2012-2015 Evaluating the Effects of a Virtual Communication Environment for People with Aphasia EVA. With Jane Marshall and Celia Woolf. The Stroke Association. £204,898.

2012-2013 Remote Aphasia Therapy: A Feasibility Study. With Jane Marshall, Celia Woolf and Shashi Hirani. Tavistock Trust for Aphasia and Charles Wolfson Charitable Trust. £53,263.

2012-2013 EASE - Exploring the Accessibility of Second Life for People with Aphasia. With Julia Galliers. City University Pump-Priming. £5,000.

2010-2012 Gesture Recognition in Aphasia Therapy GReAT). With Jane Marshall, Julia Galliers, Tim Pring and Naomi Cocks. Research Councils UK Digital Economy Programme (EPSRC). £297,280.

2011 Pathways to Impact, Funding from EPSRC via City University London. £15,000.

2009 Safer Handover. With Julia Galliers, Rebecca Randell and Peter Woodward. NHS Connecting For Health. £39,000.

2006–2010 Generic Handover Investigation (Ghandi). With Julia Galliers. EPSRC, £495,828.

2008-2009 User Interfaces, Social Software Technologies and Learning Experience - Benefits Realisation (UISSTLE-BR). With Panayiotis Zaphiris. JISC. £14,861.

2008-2009 The Impact of Novel Hardware Solutions on the Interaction Between Clinicians and Patients in Healthcare Consultations. With Rebecca Randell. City University Pump-Priming. £5,000.

2007-2008 User Interfaces, Social Software Technologies and Learning Experience (UISSTLE) With Panayiotis Zaphiris. JISC via the Emerge Community of Practice, £10,572.

2007 Computer-Aided Detection for Full Field Digital Mammography. With CHIME UCL and St George’s NHS Trust. £2,000.

2007 Community of Practice, JISC Users and Innovation: Personalising Technologies programme.. JISC. £5,000.

2003-2004 Information Appliances in Clinical Environments (ACE). With Julia Galliers. ESRC/EPSRC/DTI PACCIT Programme, £50,000.

2003-2004 Information Visualisation Foundation Study.JISC. £44,967.

2002-2003 A Usability Foundation Study and A Usability Evaluation of Existing JISC Services. JISC. £33,483.

Research Students

Name
Maia Dimitrova
Thesis Title
An Empirical Investigation Into the Effectiveness of Analytic Usability Evaluation Methods for Instructional Mulitimedia
Role
1st Supervisor
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PhD Awarded 2003
Name
Chee Siang (Jim) Ang
Thesis Title
Social Interaction of Computer games: an Activity Framework
Role
2nd Supervisor
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PhD awarded 2007
Name
Ursula Armitage
Thesis Title
Navigation and Learning in Electronic Texts
Role
1st Supervisor
Further Information
PhD awarded October 2004
Name
Ulrike Pfeil
Thesis Title
Studying Online Support Communities: Investigating Network Patterns and Characteristics of Social Support
Role
2nd Supervisor
Further Information
PhD awarded June 2011
Name
Valentina Lichtner
Thesis Title
Patient identity, identification and technology
Role
2nd Supervisor
Further Information
PhD awarded March 2009
Name
Abi Roper
Thesis Title
Computer Delivery of Gesture Therapy for People with Aphasia
Further Information
Second supervisor
Name
Jacques Chueke
Thesis Title
Perceptible Affordances and Feedforward for Gestural Interfaces: Assessing Effectiveness of Gesture Acquisition with Unfamiliar Interactions
Role
2nd Supervisor
Further Information
PhD Awarded September 2016
Name
Reem Al Ashaikh
Thesis Title
Technologies for collaboration in learning
Role
1st Supervisor
Name
Milena S. Markova
Thesis Title
Effect of Tangible Objects on Motor Skill Learning
Role
1st Supervisor
Further Information
MPhil Awarded December 2016
Name
Daniel Holliday
Thesis Title
Trust in adaptive interfaces
Further Information
First supervisor
Name
Makayla Lewis
Thesis Title
Cerebral Palsy, Online Social Networks and Change
Role
1st Supervisor
Further Information
PhD awarded June 2013
Name
Rehab Saftah
Role
2nd Supervisor
Name
Waleed Al Nuwaiser
Role
1st Supervisor
Name
Adrian Bussone
Thesis Title
Computer-Supported Personal Health Informatics
Role
2nd Supervisor
Name
Cher Devey
Thesis Title
A Triage Playbook: Privacy Harm and Data Breach Incident Response in the UK
Role
1st Supervisor
Name
Aamna Toor
Thesis Title
Persuasive Technology in Education
Role
1st Supervisor
Name
Dara Sherwani
Thesis Title
What Makes Reviews Trustworthy? An Investigation of User Trust in Online Reviews When Making Purchase Decisions
Role
2nd Supervisor
Further Information
PhD Awarded August 2016
Name
Andrew Laghos
Thesis Title
Assessing the Evolution of Social Networks in e-Learning
Role
2nd Supervisor
Name
Areej Al-Wabil
Thesis Title
The effect of dyslexia on web navigation
Role
2nd Supervisor

Publications

Chapters (3)

  1. Holliday, D., Wilson, S. and Stumpf, S. (2016). User trust in intelligent systems: A journey over time. (pp. 164–168). ISBN 978-1-4503-4137-0.
  2. Ang, C.S., Zaphiris, P. and Wilson, S.M. (2011). An activity theoretical model for social interaction in computer games. In Khine, M.S. (Ed.), PLAYFUL TEACHING, LEARNING GAMES: NEW TOOL FOR DIGITAL CLASSROOMS Sense Publishers. ISBN 978-94-6091-458-4.
  3. Johnson, P., Johnson, H. and Wilson, S. (1995). Rapid Prototyping of User Interfaces Driven by Task Models. In Carroll, J.M. (Ed.), Scenario-Based Design: Envisioning Work and Technology in System Development (pp. 209–246). John Wiley & Sons Inc.

Conference Papers and Proceedings (55)

  1. Roper, A.H., Marshall, J. and Wilson, S. (2015). Computer Gesture Therapy for People with Severe Aphasia: Effects on tests of spoken naming. British Aphasiology Society Conference September, London, UK.
  2. Roper, A.H., marshall, J. and wilson, S. (2014). Revealing the Effects of Computer Gesture Therapy for Users with Severe
    Aphasia.
    British Aphasiology Society Research Update Meeting April, Exeter, UK.
  3. Ashaikh, R.A., Wilson, S. and Jones, S. (2014). Exploring awareness behaviours and collaboration activities in learning groups. .
  4. Roper, A., Marshall, J. and Wilson, S. (2014). Assessing technology use in aphasia. .
  5. Galliers, J. and Wilson, S. (2013). An Exploratory Study into the Accessibility of a Multi-User Virtual World for Young People with Aphasia. Proceedings of 27th International BCS Human-Computer Interaction Conference, HCI 2013 - The Internet of Things 9-13 September, Uxbridge, UK.
  6. Holliday, D., Wilson, S. and Stumpf, S. (2013). The Effect of Explanations on Perceived Control and Behaviors in Intelligent Systems. CHI2013 Paris, France.
  7. Galliers, J., Wilson, S., Roper, A., Cocks, N., Marshall, J. and Pring, T. (2012). Words are not enough: Empowering people with aphasia in the design process. Participatory Design Conference 2012 .
  8. 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. 13th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility 24-26 October, Dundee, Scotland.
  9. Wilson, S., Woodward, P. and Randell, R. (2010). PaperChain: A Collaborative Healthcare System Grounded in Field Study Work. Workshop on Interactive Systems in Healthcare (WISH) 11 April, Atlanta, Georgia.
  10. Randell, R. and Wilson, S. (2010). New hardware platforms for healthcare consultations. Workshop on Interactive Systems in Healthcare (WISH) 11 April, Atlanta, Georgia.
  11. Wilson, S., Randell, R., Galliers, J. and Woodward, P. (2009). Reconceptualising Clinical Handover: Information Sharing for Situation Awareness. European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics 30 Sep 2009 – 2 Oct 2009, Helsinki, FINLAND.
  12. Gilardi, S., Guglielmetti, C., Perry, S.J., Pravettoni, G., Wilson, S. and Wears, R.L. (2009). People, Technology, and Complex Work in Health Care. Naturalistic Decision Making (NDM 2009) 23-26 June, London.
  13. Al-Wabil, A., Zaphiris, P. and Wilson, S. (2008). Examining visual attention of dyslexics on web navigation structures with eye tracking. International Conference on Innovations in Information Technology 16-18 December, Al Ain, U ARAB EMIRATES.
  14. Lichtner, V., Galliers, J. and Wilson, S. (2008). The pragmatics of patient identification. Healthcare Systems, Ergonomics and Patient Safety (HEPS 2008) 25-27 June, Strasbourg.
  15. Randell, R., Woodward, P., Wilson, S. and Galliers, J. (2008). Public yet private: the status, durability and visibility of handover sheets. 21st IEEE International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems 17-19 June, Jyvaskyla, FINLAND.
  16. Ehmke, C. and Wilson, S. (2007). Identifying Web Usability Problems from Eyetracking Data. British HCI conference 2007 3-7 September, University of Lancaster.
  17. Ang, C.S., Zaphiris, P. and Wilson, S. (2007). The social aspect of computer games: an activity theoretical model. 12th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI International 2007) 22-27 July, Beijing.
  18. Al-Wabil, A., Zaphiris, P. and Wilson, S. (2007). Web navigation for individuals with dyslexia: An exploratory study. 4th International Conference on Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction held at the HCI International 2007 22-27 July, Beijing, PEOPLES R CHINA.
  19. Wilson, S., Galliers, J. and Fone, J. (2006). Not All Sharing Is Equal: The Impact of a Large Display on Small Group Collaborative Work. Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2006) 20th Anniversary 4-8 November, Banff, Alberta, Canada.
  20. Al-Wabil, A., Zaphiris, P. and Wilson, S. (2006). Web design for dyslexics: Accessibility of Arabic content. 10th International Conference on Computers Helping People with Special Needs 11-13 July, Linz, AUSTRIA.
  21. Wilson, S., Wilkinson, L.S. and Taylor, P. (2006). Barcode data entry for film reading: Information loss and consequences. Symposium Mammographicum 2006 9-11 July, Bournemouth, ENGLAND.
  22. Ang, C.S., Zaphiris, P. and Wilson, S. (2005). Social Interaction in Game Communities and Second Language Learning. 19th British Human-Computer Interaction Conference 5-9 September, Edinburgh.
  23. Lichtner, V. and Wilson, S. (2005). Tools for Leisure Reading: The Challenge of Designing Emotions. 19th British Human-Computer Interaction Conference 5-9 September, Edinburgh.
  24. Ang, C.S., Zaphiris, P. and Wilson, S. (2005). Wiki-mediated Collaborative/Distributed Narrative Construction of Game Communities. First International Wikimedia Conference 4-8 August, Frankfurt.
  25. Wilson, S., Galliers, J. and Fone, J. (2005). Medical Handover: A Study and Implications for Information Technology. International Conference on Healthcare Ergonomics Systems and Patient Safety (HEPS 2005) Florence, Italy.
  26. Armitage, U., Wilson, S. and Sharp, H. (2004). Navigational Freedom and Knowledge Development in Electronic Texts. World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecomunications (Ed-Media 2004) 21-26 June, Lugano, Switzerland.
  27. Armitage, U., Wilson, S. and Sharp, H. (2004). Learner Created Contents Lists in Educational Electronic Texts: An Experimental Study. World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecomunications (Ed-Media 2004) 21-26 June, Lugano, Switzerland.
  28. Zaphiris, P., Gill, K., Ma, T.H.Y., Wilson, S. and Petrie, H. (2004). Participatory design of information visualisation interfaces for digital libraries. World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 21-26 June, Lugano, SWITZERLAND.
  29. Galliers, J., Wilson, S. and Fone, J. (2004). A Method for Determining Information Breakdown in Clinical Systems. IT in Healthcare 2004 Portland, Oregon.
  30. Armitage, U., Wilson, S. and Sharp, H. (2003). The Effects of Navigation Aids on Ownership for Learning with Electronic Texts. European Conference on E-Learning Glasgow.
  31. Dimitrova, M., Sharp, H. and Wilson, S. (2002). Educational Multimedia Cognitive Walkthrough: Supporting the Prediction of Valid User Problems. Proceedings Human-Computer Interaction 2002 .
  32. Dimitrova, M., Sharp, H. and Wilson, S. (2002). Categorising and Reporting Usability Problems of Educational Multimedia Interfaces. Proceedings Human-Computer Interaction 2002 .
  33. Dimitrova, M., Sharp, H. and Wilson, S. (2001). Are Experts Able to Predict Learner Problems During Usability Evaluations? World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecomunications (Ed-Media 2001) 25-30 June, Tampere, Finland.
  34. Dimitrova, M.T., Sharp, H. and Wilson, S. (2001). Why Do Experts Predict Invalid Problems? An Empirical Investigation into the Validity of Expert Evaluations of Instructional Multimedia Software. Proceedings HCI International 2001 .
  35. Sutcliffe, A. and Wilson, S. (1999). Designing Multimedia Presentations. SEVENTH IFIP CONFERENCE ON HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION INCORPORATING HCI '99 30 Aug 1999 – 3 Sep 1999, Edinburgh.
  36. van de Kant, M., Wilson, S., Bekker, M., Johnson, H. and Johnson, P. (1998). PatchWork: A Software Tool for Early Design. ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 18-23 April, Los Angeles, California.
  37. Johnson, P., Wilson, S. and Johnson, H. (1997). Designing User Interfaces from Analyses of Users' Tasks. Human-Computer Interaction, INTERACT '97, IFIP TC13 Interantional Conference on Human-Computer Interaction 14-18 July, Sydney, Australia.
  38. Wilson, S., Bekker, M., Johnson, P. and Johnson, H. (1997). Helping and Hindering User Involvement - A Tale of Everyday Design. CHI'97 International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 22-27 March, Atlanta, Georgia.
  39. Johnson, P., Wilson, S. and Johnson, H. (1997). Designing User Interfaces from Analyses of Users' Tasks. CHI '97 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems: looking to the future 22-27 March, Atlanta, Georgia.
  40. van Harmelen, M., Artim, J., Butler, K., Henderson, A., Roberts, D., Rossen, M.B., Tarby, J.-.C. and Wilson, S. (1997). Object Models in User Interface Design. CHI97 Workshop, SIGCHI Bulletin .
  41. Johnson, P., Wilson, S. and Johnson, H. (1997). Designing User Interfaces from Analyses of Users' Tasks. .
  42. Wilson, S., Bekker, M., Johnson, P. and Johnson, H. (1996). Costs and Benefits of User Involvement in Design: Practitioners' Views. People and Computers XI 20-23 August, London.
  43. Wilson, S. and Johnson, P. (1996). Bridging the Generation Gap: From Work Tasks to User Interface Designs. 2nd International Workshop on Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces CADUI'96 5-7 June, Namur, Belgium.
  44. Wilson, S. (1996). Reflections on Model-Based Design: Definitions and Challenges. 2nd International Workshop on Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces (CADUI'96) 5-7 June, Namur, Belgium.
  45. Bekker, M. and Wilson, S. (1996). Towards a Framework of Design Models. CHI'96 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
  46. Wilson, S. and Johnson, P. (1995). Empowering Users in a Task-Based Approach to Design. Symposium on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS'95) 23-25 August, Ann Arbor, MI, USA.
  47. Johnson, P. and Wilson, S. (1994). Designing Interactive Systems from Task Scenarios. 15th Interdisciplinary Workshop on Psychology and Informatics Scharding, Austria.
  48. Johnson, P., Wilson, S., Markopoulos, P. and Pycock, J. (1993). ADEPT - Advanced Design Environment for Prototyping with Task Models. InterCHI'93, Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 24-29 April, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  49. Wilson, S., Johnson, P., Kelly, C., Cunningham, J. and Markopoulos, P. (1993). Beyond Hacking: A Model-Based Approach to User Interface Design. HCI'93, People and Computers VIII .
  50. Wilson, S., Markopoulos, P., Pycock, J. and Johnson, P. (1992). Modelling Perspectives in User Interface Design. East-West International Conference on Human Computer Interaction (EWHCI'92) 4-8 August, St. Petersburg, Russia.
  51. Markopoulos, P., Wilson, S., Pycock, J. and Johnson, P. (1992). Formal Specifications and Task Based User Interface Design. Eurographics Workshop on Formal Methods in Computer Graphics June, Marina de Carrera, Italy.
  52. Markopoulos, P., Pycock, J., Wilson, S. and Johnson, P. (1992). Adept - A Task Based Design Environment. 25th International Conference on System Sciences 8-10 January, Hawaii.
  53. Wallis, S., Wilson, S. and Hopkins, T. (1991). Declarative Objects for Simulation and User Interfaces. Multiconference on Object Oriented Simulation 23-25 January, Anaheim, California.
  54. Johnson, P., Drake, K. and Wilson, S. (1990). A Framework for Integrating UIMS and User Task Models in the Design of User Interfaces. User Interface Management and Design 4-6 June, Lisbon, Portugal.
  55. Randell, R., Mamykina, L., Fitzpatrick, G., Tang, C. and Wilson, S.M. Evaluating New Interactions in Healthcare: Challenges and Approaches. Proceedings CHI2009 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems .

Journal Articles (28)

  1. Roper, A., Marshall, J. and Wilson, S. (2016). Benefits and Limitations of Computer Gesture Therapy for the Rehabilitation of Severe Aphasia. FRONTIERS IN HUMAN NEUROSCIENCE, 10 . doi:10.3389/fnhum.2016.00595.
  2. Marshall, J., Booth, T., Devane, N., Galliers, J., Greenwood, H., Hilari, K., Talbot, R., Wilson, S. and Woolf, C. (2016). Evaluating the benefits of aphasia intervention delivered in virtual reality: Results of a quasi-randomised study. PLoS ONE, 11(8) . doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0160381.
  3. Woolf, C., Caute, A., Haigh, Z., Galliers, J., Wilson, S., Kessie, A., Hirani, S., Hegarty, B. and Marshall, J. (2015). A comparison of remote therapy, face to face therapy and an attention control intervention for people with aphasia: A quasi-randomised controlled feasibility study. Clinical Rehabilitation, 30(4), pp. 359–373. doi:10.1177/0269215515582074.
  4. Wilson, S., Roper, A., Marshall, J., Galliers, J., Devane, N., Booth, T. and Woolf, C. (2015). Codesign for people with aphasia through tangible design languages. CoDesign, 11(1), pp. 21–34. doi:10.1080/15710882.2014.997744.
  5. Marshall, J., Roper, A., Galliers, J., Wilson, S., Cocks, N., Muscroft, S. and Pring, T. (2013). Computer delivery of gesture therapy for people with severe aphasia. Aphasiology, 27(9), pp. 1128–1146. doi:10.1080/02687038.2013.786803.
  6. Markova, M.S., Wilson, S. and Stumpf, S. (2012). Tangible user interfaces for learning. International Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning, 4(3-4), pp. 139–155. doi:10.1504/IJTEL.2012.051578.
  7. 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, 80(11), pp. 803–812. doi:10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2011.08.006.
  8. Ang, C.S., Zaphiris, P. and Wilson, S. (2011). A case study analysis of a constructionist knowledge building community with activity theory. BEHAV INFORM TECHNOL, 30(5), pp. 537–554. doi:10.1080/0144929X.2010.490921.
  9. Galliers, J., Wilson, S., Randell, R. and Woodward, P. (2011). Safe use of symbols in handover documentation for medical teams. BEHAV INFORM TECHNOL, 30(4), pp. 499–506. doi:10.1080/0144929X.2011.582147.
  10. Randell, R., Wilson, S., Woodward, P. and Galliers, J. (2011). The ConStratO model of handover: a tool to support technology design and evaluation. BEHAV INFORM TECHNOL, 30(4), pp. 489–498. doi:10.1080/0144929X.2010.547220.
  11. Randell, R., Wilson, S. and Woodward, P. (2011). Variations and commonalities in processes of collaboration: The need for multi-site workplace studies. Computer Supported Cooperative Work, 20(1-2), pp. 37–59. doi:10.1007/s10606-010-9127-6.
  12. Ang, C.S., Zaphiris, P. and Wilson, S. (2010). Computer games and sociocultural play: An Activity Theoretical Perspective. Games and Culture, 5(4), pp. 354–380. doi:10.1177/1555412009360411.
  13. Lichtner, V., Galliers, J.R. and Wilson, S. (2010). A pragmatics' view of patient identification. Qual Saf Health Care, 19 Suppl 3, pp. i13–i19. doi:10.1136/qshc.2009.036400.
  14. Randell, R., Wilson, S. and Fitzpatrick, G. (2010). Editorial - evaluating new interactions in health care: Challenges and approaches. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 26(5), pp. 407–413. doi:10.1080/10447311003719847.
  15. Randell, R., Wilson, S., Woodward, P. and Galliers, J. (2010). Beyond handover: Supporting awareness for continuous coverage. Cognition, Technology and Work, 12(4), pp. 271–283. doi:10.1007/s10111-010-0138-3.
  16. 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), pp. 336–363. doi:10.1111/j.1083-6101.2010.01523.x.
  17. Devers, D. and Wilson, S. (2009). Let me entertain you: Designing for surveillance and online gaming. Breaking New Ground: Innovation in Games, Play, Practice and Theory - Proceedings of DiGRA 2009 .
  18. Randell, R., Mamykina, L., Fitzpatrick, G., Tang, C. and Wilson, S. (2009). Evaluating new interactions in healthcare: Challenges and approaches. Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings pp. 4771–4774. doi:10.1145/1520340.1520737.
  19. Pfeil, U., Zaphiris, P. and Wilson, S. (2009). Older adults' perceptions and experiences of online social support. Interacting with Computers, 21(3), pp. 159–172. doi:10.1016/j.intcom.2008.12.001.
  20. Lichtner, V., Wilson, S. and Galliers, J.R. (2008). The challenging nature of patient identifiers: an ethnographic study of patient identification at a London walk-in centre. Health Informatics J, 14(2), pp. 141–150. doi:10.1177/1081180X08089321.
  21. 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. doi:10.1007/s10111-006-0055-7.
  22. Galliers, J., Wilson, S. and Fone, J. (2007). A method for determining information flow breakdown in clinical systems. International Journal of Medical Informatics, 76(SUPPL. 1), pp. 113–121. doi:10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2006.05.015.
  23. Wilson, S.M., Galliers, J. and Fone, J. (2007). Cognitive Artifacts in Support of Medical Shift Handover: An In Use, In Situ Evaluation. Int. J. Hum. Comput. Interaction, 22, pp. 59–80. doi:10.1080/10447310709336955.
  24. Fuhrmann, S., Ahonen-Rainio, P., Edsall, R.M., Fabrikant, S.I., Koua, E.L., Tobón, C., Ware, C. and Wilson, S. (2005). Making Useful and Useable Geovisualization: Design and Evaluation Issues. pp. 551–566. doi:10.1016/B978-008044531-1/50446-2.
  25. Zaphiris, P., Gill, K., Ma, T.H.Y., Wilson, S. and Petrie, H. (2004). Exploring the use of information visualization for digital libraries. New Review of Information Networking, 10(1), pp. 51–69. doi:10.1080/1361457042000304136.
  26. Armitage, U., Wilson, S.M. and Sharp, H. (2004). Navigation and Ownership for Learning in Electronic Texts: An Experimental Study. Electronic Journal of eLearning (EJEL), 2(1), pp. 19–30.
  27. Armitage, U., Wilson, S. and Sharp, H. (2004). Can Creating Navigation Aids Benefit Learning with Electronic Texts? International Journal of Interactive Technology and Smart Education (ITSE), 1(2) .
  28. Markopoulos, P., Wilson, S.M. and Johnson, P. (1994). Representation and Use of Task Knowledge in a User Interface Design Environment. Computers and Digital Techniques, IEE Proceedings, 141(2), pp. 79–84.

Report

  1. Taylor, P., Wilson, S., Potts, H., Wilkinson, L., Khoo, L. and Given-Wilson, R. (2009). Evaluation of CAD with Full Field Digital Mammography in the NHS Breast Screening Programme..

Other Activities

Editorial Activities (2)

  1. Guest editor, Special Issue of Int. Journal of Human-Computer Interaction on Evaluating New Interactions in Healthcare: Challenges and Approaches, 2010. With R. Randell (City) and G. Fitzpatrick (Vienna University of Technology)..
  2. Editorial Board, Special Issue of Behaviour and Information Technology on Medical Team Meetings: Utilising Technology to Enhance Communication, Collaboration and Decision-Making, 2011..

Events/Conferences (2)

  1. ACM Symposium on Engineering Interactive Computing Systems, EICS 2013. (2013).
    Description: Local organiser for the ACM EICS 2013 Conference, City University London
  2. ACM CHI2009 workshop on Evaluating New Interactions in Healthcare.
    Description: With R. Randell (City), G. Fitzpatrick (Sussex), C. Tang (Calgary), L. Mamykina (Columbia University, New York).

Keynote Lectures/Speeches (3)

  1. Creative Technology for Therapy in Aphasia. Harrogate, UK (2013). Invited talk at UK Stroke Forum 2013.
  2. Using IT And New Technologies to Support Safer Handover. (2011). Healthcare Events Conference on Clinical Handover, January 2011.
  3. A Common Core Data Set for Clinical Handover. (2009). Invited talk, National Patient Safety Agency (NPSA) Research Conference

Online Articles (24)

  1. New Aphasia Research: What are the Benefits of EVA Park? The Stroke Association web-site
  2. Virtual world improves communication following stroke, says study. Science Daily
  3. Virtual Reality May Help Improve Communication in Stroke Patients with Aphasia. Rehab Management
  4. Virtual world improves communication following stroke. MedicalXpress
  5. EVA Park Virtual World Helps Stroke Patients Regain Speaking Skills. medGadget
  6. Ada Lovelace day: women in science and technology. GuardianWitness
  7. Linda Kellie is back in OpenSim. HypergridBusiness
  8. Braille smartwatches, bespoke wheelchairs... technology that matters. The Guardian
  9. Nominet Trust Unveils 2016’s 100 Most Inspiring Examples of Tech for Good. Business Wire
  10. Braille smartwatches, bespoke wheelchairs… technology that matters. Southwark Carers
  11. NEWS: UK Tech4Good Awards 2015. Kate Russell
  12. EVA Park celebrated as one of the world’s 100 most inspiring examples of tech for good. City, University of London
  13. Study tests wii-style aphasia treatment. Digital Health
  14. How digital technology is helping speech therapy. ils Rehabilitation Solutions
  15. Wii-like technologies may help stroke survivors improve communication skills. Virtual Medical Worlds
  16. City University researchers developing technology to assist stroke victims. Institution of Mechanical Engineers
  17. Wii-like motion tech may help rehabilitate stroke survivors. TechDigest
  18. Wii-like motion tech may help rehabilitate stroke survivors. TechEye
  19. Boffins turn to Wii tech for speech-loss therapy. The Register
  20. Motion sensors to aid stroke victim treatment. The Engineer
  21. Wii-like technologies may help stroke survivors improve communication skills. Scientific Computing
  22. Wii-like Technologies May Help Stroke Survivors Improve Communication Skills. ChemInfo
  23. Apple iPad, Nintendo Wii Can Help Stroke Victims Communicate. eWeek
  24. City University London’s ‘unruly’ pop-up in heart of Tech City. Times Higher Educationhttp://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/news/city-university-londons-unruly-pop-up-in-heart-of-tech-city/2009107.article

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City, University of London is an independent member institution of the University of London. Established by Royal Charter in 1836, the University of London consists of 18 independent member institutions with outstanding global reputations and several prestigious central academic bodies and activities.