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Julia was a full time lecturer in the Centre for HCI Design from January 1999 until December 2008. In 2009, she continued to work for HCID on a part time basis as a researcher, initially on the NHS Connecting for Health, Safer Handover project. Between August 2010 and l May 2012, she worked on the EPSRC GReAT project, a collaboration between the Centre for HCI Design, the Division of Language and Communication Science (City University) and the Stroke Association. In September 2012 she began work on the EVA project, another collaboration between HCID and the Division of Language and Communication Science, this time funded by the Stroke Association. She is currently also contributing HCI expertise to three other aphasia-related projects based in the School of Health Sciences.

Julia has a PhD in Artificial Intelligence from the Open University, an MSc in Cognition, Computing and Psychology from Warwick University, and a BSc Hons in Zoology from Nottingham University. Her research interests include safety-critical user interface design and new technologies, particularly within healthcare. Her background is in cooperative interaction, belief revision and dialogue modelling. Julia was Principal Investigator on the ESRC/EPSRC/DTI funded ACE project and co-investigator on the EPSRC funded GHandI project.

Publications

Book

  1. Jones, K.S. and Galliers, J.R. (Eds.), (1996). Evaluating Natural Language Processing Systems, An Analysis and Review. Springer. ISBN 3-540-61309-9.

Chapter

  1. Krumbholz, M., Galliers, J. and Maiden, N. (2003). Implementing Enterprise Resource Packages? Consider Different Organisational and National Cultures! In Shanks, G., Seddon, P.B. and Willcocks, L. (Eds.), Second-wave enterprise resource planning systems: Implementing for Effectiveness (pp. 388–412). Cambridge Univ Pr. ISBN 978-0-521-81902-2.

Conference Papers and Proceedings (14)

  1. Galliers, J. and Wilson, S. (2013). An exploratory study into the accessibility of a multi-user virtual world for young people with Aphasia. .
  2. 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 .
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. Galliers, J., Wilson, S. and Fone, J. (2004). A Method for Determining Information Breakdown in Clinical Systems. IT in Healthcare 2004 Portland, Oregon.
  10. Sutcliffe, A.G., Galliers, J.R. and Minocha, S. (1999). Human Errors and System Requirements. .
  11. CAWSEY, A., GALLIERS, J., LOGAN, B., REECE, S. and JONES, K.S. (1993). REVISING BELIEFS AND INTENTIONS - A UNIFIED FRAMEWORK FOR AGENT INTERACTION. .
  12. Cawsey, A., Galliers, J.R., Reece, S. and Jones, K.S. (1992). A Comparison of Architectures for Autonomous Multi-Agent Communication. .
  13. Seel, N.R., Galliers, J., Kiss, G. and Scrivener, S.A.R. (1990). Multi-agent interaction. .
  14. Galliers, J.R. (1988). A Strategic Framework for Multi-Agent Cooperative Dialogue. .

Internet Publications (2)

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Journal Articles (25)

  1. 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.
  2. Woolf, C., Caute, A., Haigh, Z., Galliers, J., Wilson, S., Kessie, A., Hirani, S., Hegarty, B. and Marshall, J. (2016). 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.
  3. Caute, A., Cruice, M., Friede, A., Galliers, J., Dickinson, T., Green, R. and Woolf, C. (2016). Rekindling the love of books – a pilot project exploring whether e-readers help people to read again after a stroke. Aphasiology, 30(2-3), pp. 290–319. doi:10.1080/02687038.2015.1052729.
  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. 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. ACM International Conference Proceeding Series, 1, pp. 51–60. doi:10.1145/2347635.2347643.
  7. 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. ASSETS'11: Proceedings of the 13th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility pp. 139–146. doi:10.1145/2049536.2049562.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. 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.
  13. 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), pp. 141–150.
  14. 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.
  15. Galliers, J., Wilson, S. and Fone, J. (2007). A method for determining information flow breakdown in clinical systems. Int J Med Inform, 76 Suppl 1, pp. S113–S121. doi:10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2006.05.015.
  16. 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.
  17. 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.
  18. Wilson, S., Galliers, J. and Fone, J. (2005). Medical handover: A study and implications for information technology. Healthcare Systems Ergonomics and Patient Safety: Human Factor, a Bridge Between Care and Cure - Proceedings of the International Conference HEPS 2005 pp. 333–336.
  19. Krumbholz, M., Galliers, J.R., Coulianos, N. and Maiden, N. (2000). Implementing Enterprise Resource Planning Packages in Different Corporate and National Cultures. Journal of Information Technology, 15, pp. 267–279.
  20. Galliers, J.R., Sutcliffe, A.G. and Minocha, S. (1999). An impact analysis method for safety-critical user interface design. ACM Trans. Comput.-Hum. Interact., 6, pp. 341–369. doi:10.1145/331490.331493.
  21. Cawsey, A., Galliers, J.R., Reece, S. and Jones, K.S. (1992). Automating the Librarian: Belief Revision as a Base for System Action and Communication with the User. Comput. J., 35, pp. 221–232. doi:10.1093/comjnl/35.3.221.
  22. GALLIERS, J. (1987). A THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK FOR MODELING CONFLICT AND COOPERATION IN DIALOG. BULLETIN OF THE BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY, 40, pp. A13–A13.
  23. Galliers, J.R. (1987). Intelligent communication aid for bliss users: A case study. International Journal of Rehabilitation Research, 10(4), pp. 425–428.
  24. Galliers, J.R. (1987). AI for special needs - an "intelligent" communication aid for bliss users. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 1, pp. 77–86. doi:10.1080/08839518708927961.
  25. Galliers, J., Wilson, S., Marshall, J., Talbot, R., Devane, N., Booth, T., Woolf, C. and Greenwood, H. Experiencing EVA Park, A Multi-User Virtual World For People With Aphasia. ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing .

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