Projects per year
I am a Strathclyde Chancellor’s Fellow and Lecturer in Digital Health Systems / Health Analytics.
I am a member of the Data Science and Analytics (DASSI) Group at the Department of Computer and Information Sciences (CIS).
I am co-Director of the Strathclyde M.Sc. in Digital Health Systems:
I teach on 2 modules of the M.Sc.
- eHealth Implementation (CS980): 20 Credits
- Decision Support and Healthcare Analytics (CS979): 10 out of 20 Credits
- Data Analytics / Predictive Risk Modelling:
- Current project in this field include using data analytics methods (logistic regression, machine learning) to develop predictive algorithms of surgical complications and optimise patient perioperative care pathways in collaboration with the Golden Jubilee Hospital (Professor Stefan Schraag / Kim Kavanagh, co-investigators).
- I am also leading a project using routinely collected data to evaluate a community care quality improvement programme called Closer to Home in NHS Forth Valley (Dr. Paul Woolman / Kim Kavanagh, co-investigators).
- Currently, I am also collaborating with the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Renal service to develop a proof of concept Patient Portal / App to monitor the Quality of Life (QoL) of patients with Advanced Chronic Kidney Disease.
- Implementation and Evaluation of large scale eHealth systems deployment:
- I am the Scotland Lead of the Network for Technology, Innovation and Translation in Ageing (TITTAN) Interreg programme, €1,692,000 (total value for network)
(Scotland Lead) April 2016 - Sept. 2020
Strathclyde share of award is: £134,569.00
TITTAN is a Knowledge Exchange programme which aims to identify and share best practices in technology and service innovation for Healthy Aging among 7 European regions: Galicia (lead partner), Scotland, Basque Country, City of Almere (Netherlands), Lombardy (Italy), Saxony (Germany) and Lower Silesia (Poland)
- Innovate UK Delivering Assisted Living Lifestyles at Scale programme ( Dallas programme evaluation co-investigator with Prof. Frances Mair, University of Glasgow and Dr. Marilyn Lennon, University of Strathclyde, 2012-2015
- Sociotechnical research on Integrated Care Pathways & Information Systems in Perioperative Medicine / Elective Surgery:
- Chief Scientist Office of the Scottish Government Health and Social Care Directorates Fellowship PDF/09/09 – 2010-2013
- Knowledge Engineering technologies for medical information management and Decision Support at the point of care:
- Knowledge Transfer partnership with Prof. Alan Rector at the Bio-Informatics group, University of Manchester, 2007-2010
Chair of BCS Health Informatics Scotland conference, BCS Health Scotland1 Oct 2014 → …
1/01/18 → 29/03/19
Using Data Analytics to optimise perioperative medicine patient care pathways at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital - PhD scholarship, £58,059
1/09/17 → 30/09/20
Project: Research - Studentship
Research Output per year
Research output: Contribution to conference › Paper
Evaluating the readiness for delivering digital health at scale: lessons from a longitudinal qualitative evaluation of a national digital health innovation program in the United KingdomLennon, M. R., Bouamrane, M-M., Devlin, A. M., O'Connor, S., O'Donnell, C., Chetty, U., Agbakoba, R., Bikker, A., Grieve, E., Finch, T., Watson, N., Wyke, S. & Mair, F. S. 16 Feb 2017 In : Journal of Medical Internet Research. 19, 2, 29 p., e42
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Activities per year
Activity: Organiser of major conference