Katie Gambier-RossThe University of Edinburgh | UoE · School of Health in Social Science
PhD Student, University of Edinburgh
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My research addresses the concerns of people with dementia being safe when they are going out. It aims to enhance the experiences of living with dementia by exploring narratives of 'staying safe' and of 'missing' of people with dementia and their families, and analysing the negotiation of identity, control, agency and purpose through the 'contested territory' of 'going out'. I am being hosted by the School of Health in Social Science, University of Edinburgh. My PhD is being funded by the Alzheimer's Society and is in collaboration with Police Scotland. Interested in collaborating or want to find out more? Please get in touch.
Digital self-tracking is rising, including tracking of menstrual cycles by women using fertility tracking apps (FTAs). However, little is known about users’ experiences of FTAs and their relationships with them. The aim of this study was to explore women’s uses of and relationships with FTAs. This exploratory study employed a mixed methods approach...
Appendix A to D -Supplemental material for A mixed methods exploratory study of women’s relationships with and uses of fertility tracking apps