Dr Kim Sein
Digital Health Communications Research Associate
School of Health Professions (Faculty of Health)
Healthcare services researcher with expertise in applied research methods.
Working with Professor Freeman exploring the remote assesssment of people with movement problems. The aim of this project is to develop a toolkit to support healthcare practitioners in delivering care using remote technology.
Previously a postdoc researcher at the University of Birmingham, exploring people's experience of changing treatments in end stage renal disease.
PhD explored the definition and management of apathy in Huntington's disease, uncovering a novel interpretation of what we mean when we talk about apathy in a healthcare context, and how apathy could be usefully defined and discussed.
PhD Medical Sciences
Postgraduate diploma in research methods
MSc Health Psychology
BSc Human Psychology
Research methods, particularly interpretative phenomenological analysis
People's experience of illness and how healthcare systems can and should adapt to individualised need
How people adapt to chronic conditions
Apathy in neurological conditions
Defining psychiatric conditions in practical terms
Use of technology to aid people's experience of healthcare