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Biography

Dr. Matthew Allsop

University of Leeds, United Kingdom


Email: m.j.allsop@leeds.ac.uk


Qualifications

2010  Ph.D., University of Leeds, UK

2006  B.Sc., University of Leeds, UK


Publications (selected)

  1. Allsop MJ; Taylor S; Mulvey MR; Bennett MI; Bewick BM. Information and communication technology for managing pain in palliative care: a review of the literature. BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care 2014. doi: 10.1136/bmjspcare-2013-000625.
  2. Reynoldson C; Stones C; Allsop MJ;GardnerP; Bennett MI; Closs SJ; Jones R; Knapp P. Assessing the Quality and Usability of Smartphone Apps for Pain Self-Management. Pain Medicine 2014. doi: 10.1111/pme.12327.
  3. Tubeuf S, Willis T, Potrata B, Grant H, Allsop MJ, Ahmed M, Hewison J, McKibbin M. Willingness-to-pay for genetic testing for inherited retinal disease. European Journal of Human Genetics. In press.
  4. McKibbin M; Ahmed M; Allsop MJ; Downey L; Gale R; Grant HL; Potrata B; Willis TA; Hewison J. Current understanding of genetics and genetic testing and information needs and preferences of adults with inherited retinal disease. European Journal of Human Genetics. 2013. doi: 10.1038/ejhg.2013.296.
  5. Allsop MJ; Holt RJ. Evaluating methods for engaging children in healthcare technology design. Health and Technology. 2013; 3 (4):295-307.
  6. Craven M; Allsop M; Martin J; Morgan S. Engaging with economic evaluation methods: insights from small and medium enterprises in theUKmedical devices industry after training workshops. Health Research Policy and Systems. 2012; 10: 29. doi: 10.1186/1478-4505-10-29.
  7. Craven MP; Allsop M. The Economic Value of Innovation. European Medical Device Technology. 2011; 2 (3):102-105.
  8. Allsop M; Gallagher J; Holt R; Bhakta B; Wilkie RM. Involving children in the development of assistive technology devices. Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology 2011; 6 (2):148-156. doi: 10.3109/17483107.2010.510178.
  9. Allsop MJ; Holt RJ; Levesley MC; Bhakta B. The engagement of children with disabilities in health-related technology design processes: identifying methodology. Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology 2010; 5 (1):1-13. doi: 10.3109/17483100903323267
  10. Weightman APH; Preston N; Holt R; Allsop M; Levesley M; Bhakta B. Engaging children in healthcare technology design: developing rehabilitation technology for children with cerebral palsy. J ENG DESIGN. 2010; 21 (5):579-600. doi: 10.1080/09544820802441092
  11. Allsop M, Holt R, Gallagher J, Levesley M, Bhakta B. The Involvement of Primary Schools in the Design of Healthcare Technology for Children. In: Designing Inclusive Interactions, edited by P Langdon, PJ Clarkson, P Robinson.London: Springer, 2010, pp. 209-218.
  12. Rossiter A, Allsop M, Howard L, Wilkie R, Mon Williams M. Falling when putting the key in the lock: The effect of old age and cognition on manually tracking a target when standing. Gait and Posture 2014. Under review.
  13. Mushtaq F, Allsop M, White A, Giles O, Raw R, Culmer P, Lodge JP, Wilkie RM, Mon-Williams M. The Utility of Tracking Changes in Motor Control for Minimally Invasive Surgery. Human Computer Interaction 2014. Under Review.


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