PUBLICATIONS

2018

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, 2018.

2017

BK Wang J, O’Kane AA, Newhouse N, Sethu-Jones GR (2017). Quantified Baby: Parenting and the Use of a Baby Wearable in the Wild. Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction. 1. 1-19. 10.1145/3134743.

Singh A, Newhouse N, Gibbs J, Blandford A, Chen Y, Briggs P, Mentis H, & Bardram J. (2017). HCI and Health: Learning from Interdisciplinary Interactions. In: (Proceedings) CHI 2017: ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM (Association for Computing Machinery).

2016

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

Powell J, Newhouse N, Boylan A-M & Williams V. Digital health citizens and the future of the NHS. Digital Health, 2016 2: 1–3

Newhouse N. bump2bump: Online Peer Support in First-Time Pregnancy. CHI’16 Extended Abstracts, May 07-12, 2016, San Jose, CA, USA, 239-243

Newhouse N, 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

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

2015

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

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS, WORKSHOPS & POSTERS

2017

– CHI’17, Denver, Colorado. Aneesha Singh, Nikki Newhouse, Jo Gibbs, Ann E Blandford, Yunan Chen, Pamela Briggs, Helena Mentis, Kate M Sellen, Jakob E Bardram. HCI and Health: Learning from Interdisciplinary Interactions. Special Interest Group.

– CHI’17, Denver, Colorado. Newhouse, N & Blandford A. (2017) Becoming Mother: Designing Online Resources That Support And Empower. Accepted position paper for “Hacking Women’s Health” workshop.

2016

– Department of Primary Care and Population Health, University College London. Exploring the potential of digital resources as a source of social support in first time pregnancy. Doctoral transfer oral presentation.

– NordiCHI’16, Gothenburg. Newhouse, N & Blandford A. (2016) ‘My Facebook is a bit of a multiple personality at the minute’: Social Media and the Transition to New Motherhood. Accepted position paper for “HCI and Sensitive Life Experiences” workshop.

– CHI’16, San Jose, California. N Newhouse. bump2bump: Online Peer Support in First-Time Pregnancy. Doctoral consortium poster.

– UCL Centre for Behaviour Change Digital Health Conference, London. Exploring the potential of digital resources as a source of social support in first time pregnancy. Oral presentation.

2015

– UCL Centre for Behaviour Change Conference: Harnessing Digital Technology for Behaviour Change, London. Examining the role of patient experiences as a resource for choice and decision making in health care. Symposium speaker.

– Digital Health, London. Randomized Feasibility Study of a Novel Experience-Based Internet Intervention for Smoking Cessation. Poster.

2013

– UK Society for Behavioural Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting, London. How to optimize e-public health. Oral presentation and symposium speaker.

– Nuffield Department of Primary Care and Health Sciences, University of Oxford. Examining the role of patients’ experiences as a resource for choice and decision-making in healthcare. Oral presentation.

– Medicine 2.0 Conference, London. Sharing experiences online. Poster.

– BPS Annual Conference, Harrogate. Ninja cats, space invaders & zombies: lessons learned from teaching statistics. Poster.

FUNDING & AWARDS

2016

– CHI2016 Doctoral Consortium – £2000

– UCL Policy Challenge Award – £1500

2014

– Medical Research Council Crucible PhD Studentship – £77,467

– University of Oxford Award for Excellence

TEACHING

– UCL Qualitative Research Methods in Health;  Writing Qualitative Research (module leader)

– UCL Behaviour Change MSc; Behaviour Change: An Interdisciplinary Approach

– UCL Graduate Programme in Health Informatics: Patients and the Internet