Mrs Julia Lawrence

Project Coordinator

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Mrs Julia Lawrence

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About me

About me

Please note that publications prior to 2018 are in my maiden name, Clark.

Julia Lawrence's research activities include housing and disability; inequality and social exclusion; and user experiences of ehealth and smart home technologies to support independent living. She currently provides workplace and research support to Professor Kirstein Rummery and is a teaching assistant in both Psychology and Social Sciences.

Julia has recently finished work on two large research projects working in co-production with disabled people. These projects explored the allocation of adapted and accessibly designed social housing for disabled house seekers/tenants and Self-directed Support (social care). She has experience of using a mixed methodological approach, including semi-structured interviews, stakeholder focus groups, citizen panels and questionnaires. Julia has also supported the needs of disabled people working as peer researchers.

Outputs (17)


Project Report

McCall V, Gibson G, Rolfe S, Serpa R & Lawrence J (2022) Promoting Inclusive living via Technology- Enabled support [INVITE Lay Summary]. Longleigh Foundation.

Research Report

McCall V, Gibson G, Rolfe S, Serpa R & Lawrence J (2022) Promoting Inclusive living via Technology- Enabled support [INVITE Project Report]. Longleigh Foundation.

Research Report

Satsangi M, Theakstone D, Matthews P, Lawrence J, Rummery K, Mackintosh S, Baghirathan S & Boniface G (2018) The housing experiences of disabled people in Britain. Equality and Human Rights Commission Research Report Series. Equality and Human Rights Commission.

Conference Paper (unpublished)

Clark J & McGee-Lennon M (2008) Involving Multiple Stakeholders in the Design of Home Care Technologies. Embracing the Challenge: Citizenship and Dementia, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 06.05.2008-08.05.2008.

Conference Proceeding

Morgan M, Martin CJ, McGee-Lennon M, Clark J, Hine N, Wolters M & Arnott J (2008) Requirements Gathering with Diverse User Groups and Stakeholders. In: Proceeding: CHI '08 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems. CHI 2008 Workshop on Distributed Participatory Design, Florence, Italy, 05.04.2008-10.04.2008. New York, USA: ACM, pp. 2597-2600.;



Julia works as a teacher on the following modules.

First Year Modules: Introductory Psychology I (PSYU911) and Introductory Psychology II (PSYU912).

Second Year Modules: The Social Mind (PSYU9A3); Brain and Behaviour (PSYU9A4) and Social Theory (SPCU9C4).

In postgraduate teaching, Julia contributes to the Post-Graduate MSc/Diploma in Housing Studies on the following modules: Housing Services (HOUP001); Housing Governance (HOUP005) and Healthy Housing (HOUP006).

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