Prof. Paul Brocklehurst
Paul is a mixed-methods researcher at Bangor University with an interest in dental public health and needs-based work-force planning, including role-substitution and service re-organisation. He is the Director of NWORTH Clinical Trials Unit, where he is interested in how complex interventions can be implemented in practice. Since January 2020, he is also the Deputy Chief Dental Officer for Wales.
Dr. Joe Langley
Joe is a Principal Research Fellow in Lab4Living, an interdisciplinary research cluster applying creative and design methods to the field of health and wellbeing.
Joe comes from a design engineering background with a broad experience, industrial and academic, of applying technical and creative design methods in developing interventions with a focus on the healthcare sector.
His focus is on user centric approaches, using inclusive and participatory design methods along with numerical engineering, experimental methods, prototyping and user testing.
Joe’s work is by nature interdisciplinary and applied, working with clinicians, industry, patients, families, carers and other users to co-develop interventions, test, implement and evaluate them.
Joe has previously held an NIHR Knowledge Mobilisation Research Fellowship exploring the translational qualities of co-design in health care research and innovation.
Prof. Ian Gwilt
Ian is a Professor of Design at the University of South Australia. Current areas of research include the application of design in the context of healthcare and wellbeing, and the development of novel information visualization techniques to facilitate the understanding of data for non-specialist audiences. He is also interested in how we can incorporate visual communication design practices into interdisciplinary research teams through the use of inclusive, participatory practices to facilitate knowledge translation and community insight into complex products, systems and services.
Dr. Aaron Davis
Aaron Davis is an early-career academic with experience across a range of research and teaching areas. His research and teaching interests are situated within architecture, urban environments, sustainability, user-centered design, interdisciplinary collaboration and design processes. Aaron is a talented researcher, an exceptional educator, and a sought after facilitator who has experience working with a wide range of student, professional, and community groups.
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