Coming from a background in human geography at the University of Liverpool, I first became interested in women’s sexual health after undertaking my dissertation in Mississippi, where I explored the relationship between religion, sexuality and abstinence education in the Bible Belt.
I then moved to Newcastle University to study a Master of Public Health and continued to focus my research on women’s health, this time exploring the challenges of caring for and supporting victims of female genital mutilation (FGM) in the North East of England.
At Open Lab, my PhD research explores the role of digital technology in different aspects of reproductive rights and health in the Republic of Ireland in light of the upcoming referendum on abortion.
From her story, to our story: Digital storytelling as public engagement around abortion rights advocacy in Ireland
2018 – Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings
Human computer interaction & health activism
2018 – CHI '18 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems