Dilisha Patel

Dilisha Patel
PhD Student
Pronouns: she/her/hers
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+44 (0)20 3108 7353 (x 57353)
Room: 3.05
UCLIC, University College London
66 - 72 Gower Street
London, WC1E 6EA
United Kingdom

Brief biography

Exploring how digital interventions can be used to support men who experience fertility problems.
Previously a Research Associate in Reproductive Health at the Institute for Women's Health, UCL.

Research Publications

Authors
Title
Year
Publication
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
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
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
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
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
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