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Cecily is currently a post-doctoral researcher in the Engineering Design Centre. Her work considers how technology can support clinicians in their care practices.  
 
Cecily is currently a post-doctoral researcher in the Engineering Design Centre. Her work considers how technology can support clinicians in their care practices.  
  
Crucible projects included:  
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Crucible projects include:  
  
 
* [[Information systems in critical care]] (ISCC)
 
* [[Information systems in critical care]] (ISCC)
 
* [[Emotion regulation therapies for people with cognitive impairment]]
 
* [[Emotion regulation therapies for people with cognitive impairment]]
 
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* [[User-customisable systems to support disaster medicine in China]]
 
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* [[Bodies in Space]]: Investigating technology as co-present group interaction
 
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* [[Customisation of electronic patient records]]
'''User-customisable systems to support disaster medicine in China'''
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* [[User experience of device interoperability]]
Most systems that support disaster management help coordination of the effort rather than the clinical work. This research project will consider how user-customisable systems can be used to support clinicians during a disaster while producing data to enable public health efforts.
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* [[Critical Care for the World]]
 
 
'''[[Bodies in Space]]: Investigating technology as co-present group interaction'''
 
 
 
  
 
[[Category:People]]
 
[[Category:People]]

Latest revision as of 09:46, 15 August 2011

Cecily is currently a post-doctoral researcher in the Engineering Design Centre. Her work considers how technology can support clinicians in their care practices.

Crucible projects include: