Dr Julie Cowie

Health Sciences E18 Pathfoot University of Stirling Stirling FK9 4LA United Kingdom

About me

My background is in operational research applied to health services research. I received my Ph.D. in 2000 from the University of Strathclyde. The topic of my research was looking at the provision of intelligent user support in decision support systems.

In 2001 I was appointed lecturer in the Department of Computing and Maths at Stirling University. Here my research focused on the use of technology in healthcare, specifically addressing health care management, predictive modelling of patients' needs and care requirements, and promotion of self-care.

In 2011 I took up a research fellow post at the University of Dundee, working on the Advanced Symptom Management System (ASyMS) -III project. During this time I worked closely with software developers tailoring the ASyMS-mobile device and leading on the process-mapping aspect of the project.

In 2013 I began working on the Scottish Person Centred Interventions Collaboration (ScoPIC) project as a research fellow in the NMAHP research unit. I am responsible for conducting a realist evaluation of CBAS (Caring Behaviours Assurance System) and RTC (Releasing Time to Care).

In 2015 I took up a lectureship post in the School of Health Sciences.

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