Mrs Julia Lawrence

Project Coordinator

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Mrs Julia Lawrence

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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 the project coordinator of the Intersectional Stigma of Place-based Ageing (ISPA) project. Julia is a teaching assistant in both Psychology and Social Sciences.

Julia recognises the importance of developing good practice in co-production and has supported and collaborated with a range of service users including older and disabled people, as well as housing, health and social care practitioners on a number of projects. Julia also has previously supported the needs of disabled people working as Peer Researchers and facilitated Project Advisory Boards.

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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. Stirling.

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 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.;

Conference Paper (unpublished)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.



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) and Brain and Behaviour (PSYU9A4)

Third Year Modules: Disability and Society (SPCU9JM)

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) And is the module coordinator for Contemporary Housing Practice (HOUP007).

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