Understanding men's information seeking and sensemaking journey's in order to explore how technology can support men who experience fertility problems.
Previously a Research Associate in Reproductive Health at the Institute for Women's Health, UCL.
|B Grace, S Tothill, P Zadeh, Dilisha Patel||Let’s talk about it: exploring attitudes towards engagement and open discussion of (in)fertility and reproductive heath on social media||2020||ESHRE 2020, Conference abstract/presentation slides, Copenhagen, Denmark|
|A Jawad, Dilisha Patel, N Brima, J Stephenson||Alcohol, smoking, folic acid and multivitamin use among women attending maternity care in London: a cross-sectional study||2019||Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare, Journal article|
|Dilisha Patel, Ann Blandford, Mark Warner, J Shawe, J Stephenson||"I feel like only half a man": Online Forums as a Resource for Finding a "New Normal" for Men Experiencing Fertility Issues||2019||Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction (PACMHCI), Journal article|
|Dilisha Patel, Ann Blandford, J Stephenson, J Shawe||Understanding The Use Of Social Technologies During A Life Transition: Men's Experience with Fertility Problems||2019||22nd ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing, Conference paper (text), Austin, TX, USA|
|J Shawe, Dilisha Patel, M Joy, B Howden, G Barrett, J Stephenson||Preparation for fatherhood: A survey of men's preconception health knowledge and behaviour in England.||2019||PLoS One, Journal article|
|Dilisha Patel||What are men’s user requirements towards digital health interventions whilst preparing for conception?||2018||10th Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction., Conference paper (text), Oslo, Norway|
|M Barker, SU Dombrowski, T Colbourn, CHD Fall, NM Kriznik, WT Lawrence, SA Norris, G Ngaiza, Dilisha Patel, J Skordis-Worrall||Intervention strategies to improve nutrition and health behaviours before conception||2018||The Lancet, Journal article|
|Dilisha Patel, Ann Blandford, J Stephenson||So you're planning a baby?: a review of preconception care apps||2018||MobileHCI '18, Conference paper (text), Barcelona|
|O Ojukwu, Dilisha Patel, J Stephenson, B Howden, J Shawe||General practitioners' knowledge, attitudes and views of providing preconception care: a qualitative investigation.||2016||Upsala journal of medical sciences, Journal article|
|G Barrett, J Shawe, B Howden, Dilisha Patel, O Ojukwu, P Pandya, J Stephenson||Why do women invest in pre-pregnancy health and care? A qualitative investigation with women attending maternity services||2015||BMC PREGNANCY AND CHILDBIRTH, Journal article|
|G Barrett, J Shawe, B Howden, Dilisha Patel, O Ojukwu, P Pandya, J Stephenson||Why do women invest in pre-pregnancy health and care? A qualitative investigation with women attending maternity services||2015||BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, Journal article|
|J Stephenson, Dilisha Patel, G Barrett, B Howden, A Copas, O Ojukwu, P Pandya, J Shawe||How do women prepare for pregnancy? Preconception experiences of women attending antenatal services and views of health professionals.||2014||PLOS ONE, Journal article|