Nikki Newhouse

digital health and wellbeing

  1. Newhouse, N., Bartlett, Y.K., Miles, L., Kenning, C., Locock, L., Williams, V., French, D., & Farmer, A. (in prep). SuMMiT-D: The systematic, multidisciplinary development of a health management text messaging system for people with type 2 diabetes.
  2. Newhouse, N., Blandford, A., & Murray, E. (in prep). Systematic development of the bump2bump website dedicated to the perinatal period: interdisciplinary considerations.
  3. Newhouse, N., Blandford, A., & Murray, E. (in prep). The relationship between digital resources and maternal wellbeing in the transition to motherhood: a qualitative study.
  4. McSharry, J., Newhouse, N., Miles, L., Kenning, C., Bartlett, Y.K., Locock, L., Williams, V., & Farmer, A. (in prep). Exploring the anticipated implementation of a message-based system to support type 2 diabetes medication adherence in general practice: A qualitative study with healthcare professionals.
  5. Bartlett, Y.K., Newhouse, N., Miles, L., Kenning, C., French, D., & Farmer, A. (under review). Understanding acceptability in the context of a text message intervention to encourage medication adherence in people with type 2 diabetes: A mixed methods study.
  6. Poduval, S., Ross, J., Pal, K., Newhouse, N., Hamilton, F., & Murray, E. (under review). An interdisciplinary research approach to the development and formative evaluation of an online structured education programme for type 2 diabetes.
  7. Bartlett, Y.K., French, D., Newhouse, N., Miles, L., Kenning, C., & Farmer, A. (under review). How does a text-messaging service to support medication adherence in people with type 2 diabetes work? An exploration of context and mechanisms.
  8. Poduval, S., Ross, J., Pal, K., Newhouse, N., Hamilton, F., & Murray, E. Use of the TIDier checklist to describe an online structured education programme for type 2 diabetes. DIGITAL HEALTH. November 2020.
  9. Prinjha, S., Ricci-Cabello, I., Newhouse, N, & Farmer, A. British South Asian Patients’ Perspectives on the Relevance and Acceptability of Mobile Health Text Messaging to Support Medication Adherence for Type 2 Diabetes: Qualitative Study. JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(4):e15789.
  10. Farmer, A., Allen, J., Bartlett, Y.K., et al. Supporting people with type 2 diabetes in effective use of their medicine through mobile health technology integrated with clinical care (SuMMiT-D Feasibility): a randomised feasibility trial protocol. BMJ Open 2019;9:e033504.
  11. Bartlett, Y.K., Newhouse, N., Long, H. A., Farmer, A. J., & French, D. P. (2019). What do people with type 2 diabetes want from a brief messaging system to support medication adherence?. Patient preference and adherence, 13, 1629–1640.
  12. Blandford, A., Gibbs, J., Newhouse, N., Perski, O., Singh, A., & Murray, E. (2018). Seven lessons for interdisciplinary research on interactive digital health interventions. Digital Health, 4, 1–13.
  13. Wang, J., O’Kane, A.A., Newhouse, N., Sethu-Jones, G.P., & de Barbaro, K. (2017). Quantified Baby: Parenting and the Use of a Baby Wearable in the Wild. PACM HCI:1; 2
  14. Powell, J., Newhouse, N., Martin, A., Jawad, S., Yu, L-M., Davoudianfar, M., Locock, L., & Ziebland, S. A novel experience-based internet intervention for smoking cessation: feasibility randomised controlled trial. BMC Public Health. 2016 16:1156
  15. Newhouse, N., Powell, J., Martin, A., Jawad, S, et al. Randomised feasibility study of a novel experience-based internet intervention to support self-management in chronic asthma. BMJ Open 2016;6:e013401
  16. Ziebland, S., Powell, J., Briggs, P., et al. Examining the role of patients’ experiences as a resource for choice and decision-making in healthcare: a creative, inter-disciplinary mixed method study in digital health.  Programme Grants Appl Res. 2016; 4:17
  17. Newhouse, N., Lupiáñez-Villanueva, F., Codagnone, C., & Atherton, H. Patient Use of Email for Health Care Communication Purposes Across 14 European Countries: An Analysis of Users According to Demographic and Health-Related Factors. J Med Internet Res 2015;17(3):e58 

  1. Newhouse, N., Whelan, M.E., & Farmer, A. COVID-19: Needs-led implementation and the immediate potential of remote monitoring. BJGP Open 2020; bjgpopen20X101093
  2. Armitage, L., Lawson, B.K., Whelan, M. E., & Newhouse, N. Paying SPECIAL consideration to the digital sharing of information during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. BJGP Open 2020; bjgpopen20X101072.
  3. Newhouse, N., Atherton, H., & Ziebland, S. Pain and the Internet: Transforming the Experience? Invited chapter in Painscapes: Framing Pain Communication (eds. Gonzalez-Polledo,E, Tarr, JS), Palgrave Macmillan, 2017.
  4. Powell, J., Newhouse, N., Boylan, A-M., & Williams, V. Digital health citizens and the future of the NHS. Digital Health, 2016 2: 1–3

  1. Newhouse, N., Prinjha, S., Ricci-Cabello, I., & Farmer, A. SuMMiT-D – Formative development of a mobile-health based system to support type 2 diabetes medication adherence in primary care: qualitative study with British South Asian patients. School of Academic Primary Care Annual Scientific Meeting. Leeds, UK, July 2020 (oral presentation – postponed)
  2. McSharry, J., Butler, K., Bartlett, Y.K., Newhouse, N., French, D., Kenning, C., Locock, L., Rea, R., Williams, V., & Farmer, A. (under review). Implementing a brief messaging system for diabetes medication adherence in general practice: A qualitative study. 34th Annual Conference of the European Health Psychology Society. Bratislava, Slovakia, August 2020.
  3. Bartlett, Y.K., Farmer, A.J, Kenning, C., Miles, L.M., Newhouse, N., & French, D. Behaviour change technique (BCT) text messages: Changes in psychological constructs related to medication adherence for diabetes. British Psychological Society Division of Health Psychology Annual Scientific Meeting. Bristol, UK, June 2020.
  4. Newhouse, N., on behalf of the SuMMiT-D team. SuMMiT-D: Brief messaging and medication adherence in the context of type 2 diabetes. School of Academic Primary care Annual Conference. Exeter, UK, June 2019. (oral presentation and panel discussion)
  5. Newhouse, N., Blandford, A., & Murray, E. bump2bump: A Digital Resource to Support Maternal Wellbeing in Low-Risk First Time Pregnancy. 5th UCL Centre for Behaviour Change Digital Health Conference. London, UK, February 2019. (poster presentation)
  6. Newhouse, N., Blandford, A., & Murray, E. bump2bump: A Digital Resource to Support Maternal Wellbeing in Low-Risk First Time Pregnancy. Maternal Mental Health Alliance Conference, London, UK, April 2017. (poster presentation)
  7. Newhouse N. bump2bump: Online Peer Support in First-Time Pregnancy. CHI’16 Extended Abstracts, May 7-12, 2016, San Jose, CA, USA (Doctoral Consortium and poster presentation)
  8. Newhouse, N., Blandford, A., & Murray, E. Online Support and New Power: the bump2bump Study. 2nd UCL Centre for Behaviour Change Digital Health Conference. London, UK, February 2016. (oral presentation and panel discussion)
  9. Powell, J., Newhouse, N., Martin, A., Jawad, S., Yu, L-M., Davoudianfar, M., Locock, L., & Ziebland, S. Randomized Feasibility Study of a Novel Experience-based Internet Intervention for Smoking Cessation. Digital Health Conference, London, UK, April 2015. (poster presentation)
  10. Newhouse, N., Online Patient Experience as An Information Resource: What Does the Right ‘Dose’ Look Like? 1st UCL Centre for Behaviour Change Digital Health Conference. London, UK, February 2015. (oral presentation and panel discussion)
  11. Newhouse, N., Naughten, A., Ziebland, S., Locock, L., Perera, R., Farmer, A., & Powell, J. Examining the Role of Patients’ Experiences as a Resource for Choice and Decision Making in Health Care. UK Society for Behavioural Medicine, Oxford, UK, March 2014. (oral presentation)

  1. Newhouse, N., & Blandford, A. “Having come through the other side, I’m not sure anything would have prepared me for what’s happened”: the role of technology in supporting the perinatal journey. CHI’19 Extended Abstracts, May 4-9, 2019, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
  2. Newhouse, N., & Blandford, A. Becoming Mother: Designing Online Resources That Support and Empower. CHI’17 Extended Abstracts, May 3-9, 2017, Denver, Colorado, USA
  3. Newhouse, N., & Blandford, A. “My Facebook is a bit of a multiple personality at the minute”: Social Media and the Transition to New Motherhood. NordiCHI’17 Extended Abstracts, Oct 21-26, 2016, Gothenburg, Sweden

  1. Prabhakar, A., Newhouse, N., Simpson, E., Wanjiru Mburu, C., Ahmed, N., & Chen, Y. MatHealthXB: Designing Across Borders for Global Maternal Health. CHI’19 Extended Abstracts, May 4–9, 2019, Glasgow, Scotland UK
  2. Singh, A., Newhouse, N., Gibbs, J., Blandford, A., Chen, Y., Briggs, P., Mentis, H., & Bardram, J. HCI and Health: Learning from Interdisciplinary Interactions. CHI’17 Extended Abstracts, May-4-9, 2017, Denver, Colorado, USA

2020

Bristol CDT, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK. Title: “Tech-for-health: why so much of it is rubbish and what we can do to make it better?”

PPI Research Training Webinar, NIHR ARC & NIHR BRC. Title: “Qualitative Research: what is it and how do we do it?”

Psychology Department, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, UK. Title: “Digital Health: pitfalls and promise.” (podcast)

Psychology Department, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, UK. Title: “Can technology save the NHS?”

NORTHLab Online Panel on How Can HCI Researchers Address the Coronavirus Crisis? (Part 4): “Can HCI save the NHS?”

2019

Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, Oxford. Title: “SuMMiT-D: Brief messaging and medication adherence in the context of type 2 diabetes.”

2017

UCL Interdisciplinary Digital Heath Event, London. Title: “Human factors for digital health, an interdisciplinary approach.”

2017

UCL Institute for Digital Health Event, London. Title: “The potential for digital devices to support maternal wellbeing in first time motherhood.”