Lisa's research focuses on enhancing patient engagement in health and care through the use of electronic health records in course of the NIHR Imperial PSTRC theme of partnering with patients for safer care. She has experience working in interdisciplinary research environments and values the perspectives and opinions of patient and public members on her chosen field of research. Hence, she aims to work as closely as possible with both patients and members of the public.
Pursuing her PhD, Lisa has been part of the Sowerby eHealth Forum at Imperial College London since the end of November 2016. Prior to this, she obtained her MSc double degree in Cognitive Science at University Osnabrueck, Germany, and University of Trento, Italy.
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et al., 2017, A framework for evaluating the economic impact of EHR-based interventions
et al., 2017, A qualitative evaluation of the CIE Programme implementation in North West London