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Stefan Rennick-Egglestone

Senior Research Fellow, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences

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Biography

I'm currently a Senior Research Fellow in the School of Health Sciences, where I work as the programme co-ordinator for "Narrative Experiences On-Line (NEON)", an NIHR Programme Grant for Applied Research. http://www.researchintorecovery.com/NEON. I'm an active member of the Centre for Social Futures in the Institute of Mental Health. I'm also a member of the Digital Health Research Priority Area.

I was previously a lecturer (20%) and research fellow (80%) in the School of Computer Science, University of Nottingham, and worked on digital strategy for the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences as a member of the University of Nottingham Digital Research Team.

Expertise Summary

Healthcare technologies and digital interventions

Qualitative evaluation of computer systems

Digital technologies in creative practice

Design research methods

Research Summary

Most of my current research is being conducted as part of the NEON programme, which is building a large and diverse on-line collection of mental health recovery stories, and exploring their… read more

Recent Publications

  • BENFORD, STEVE, KOLEVA, BORIANA, QUINN, ANTHONY, THORN, EMILY-CLARE, GLOVER, KEVIN, PRESTON, WILLIAM, HAZZARD, ADRIAN, RENNICK-EGGLESTONE, STEFAN, GREENHALGH, CHRIS and MORTIER, RICHARD, 2017. Crafting interactive decoration ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI). 24(4), 26
  • PRESTON, WILLIAM, BENFORD, STEVE, THORN, EMILY-CLARE, KOLEVA, BORIANA, RENNICK-EGGLESTONE, STEFAN, MORTIER, RICHARD, QUINN, ANTHONY, STELL, JOHN and WORBOYS, MICHAEL, 2017. Enabling hand-crafted visual markers at scale In: Proceedings of the 2017 Conference on Designing Interactive Systems. 1227-1237
  • RENNICK-EGGLESTONE, STEFAN, BRUNDELL, PATRICK, KOLEVA, BORIANA, ROUSSOU, MARIA, CHAFFARDON, CHRISTOPHE and BENFORD, STEVE, 2016. Families and mobile devices in museums: designing for integrated experiences Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage.
  • RENNICK-EGGLESTONE, STEFAN, KNOWLES, SARAH, TOMS, GILL, BEE, PENNY, LOVELL, KARINA and BOWER, PETER, 2016. Health Technologies 'In the Wild': Experiences of Engagement with Computerised CBT In: Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. 2124-2135

Current Research

Most of my current research is being conducted as part of the NEON programme, which is building a large and diverse on-line collection of mental health recovery stories, and exploring their integration into recovery-oriented mental health interventions. I have a specific interest in understanding how collections of mental health recovery narratives are curated, particularly given the sensitive nature of what might be discussed in these narratives.

I'm also working on general guidelines to support the design of effective healthcare technologies, drawing on my previous research around the use of technology to support rehabilitation and recovery from brain injury and mood disorders.

I'm currently supervising PhD students Sarah Brydges (School of Pharmacy), Joy Beardsley (School of Health Sciences) and Zenah al-Kubaisy (School of Computer Science).

Future Research

I'm generally interested in opportunities to design new digital healthcare interventions, or to evaluate existing interventions, with a specific interest in the question of how to produce technology that is effective, and sensitive to the needs of its users.

School of Health Sciences

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