Cross-Appointment, The University of Sheffield, UK, School of Health and Related Research
Supervising Graduate Students
Technology-enabled care, especially for palliative and hard to reach populations in the community setting
Management and implementation of complex systems within health care settings, including telehealth and decision support systems
Health care technologies to support improved self/directed management of conditions and/or rehabilitation
User and knowledge user engagement with health technologies
Use of technology to support aging, community health and to optimize seniors' health and independence
Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies Group, School of Health and Related Research, University of Sheffield.
Health care innovation
Health care systems
Information and communications technologies for health care, including tele-health, home-based care
Member of expert review panels for UK National Institute of Health Research Evaluation, Trials and Studies Coordination Centre (NETSCC) for Health Technology Assessment; Health Services Research; and Service Delivery and Organization research.
Fitzsimmons DA, Mawson S & Ariss S. (2015). Preparing for the evaluation of an Enhanced Community Palliative Support Service (EnComPaSS). BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care 2015, 5 (Suppl 3):A11, DOI:10.1136/bmjspcare-2015-001026.31
Ariss S, Fitzsimmons DA & Mawson S. (2015). Moving towards an Enhanced Community Palliative Support Service (EnComPaSS): protocol for a mixed method study. BMC Palliative Care, (14)1, 17. DOI 10.1186/s12904-015-0012-4
Dellamora MC, Zecevic A, Baxter D, Cramp A, Fitzsimmons D & Kloseck M. (2015). Review of assessment tools for baseline and follow-up measurement of age-friendliness. Ageing International, 40, 149-164. DOI 10.1007/s12126-014-9218-7.