In October 2009, I graduated from Swansea University with a Master's Degree in 'Computing and Future Interaction Technologies'. My research project was concerned with interactive medical devices and ways of reducing medical errors and slips. I am now employed as a researcher specialising in mobile HCI.
I am the medical device training manager at ABM and work at Singleton Hospital, Swansea. My research has looked at mathematical skill and confidence levels for intravenous therapy. I have had a paper published on this and have also produced a series of drip-rate pocket cards, which have been handed out throughout the NHS.