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Dr Arthur G. Money is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science at Brunel University London, where he also received his MSc in Distributed Information Systems with distinction in 2001 and PhD in Multimedia Computing in 2007. Prior to embarking on a fully funded EPSRC PhD scholarship in 2004, he worked for Oracle UK Ltd as an e-Business Technology Consultant. Dr Money’s research focuses on the user-centred design, development and evaluation of multimedia computing systems and the effective deployment of these systems with users who have complex needs spanning a range of domains including older adults, healthcare, education, and defence.

Newest selected publications

Kuljis., Money, A., Young., Perry. and Barnett. (2017) 'Technology assisted self-testing and management of oral anticoagulation therapy: A qualitative patient-focused study'. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, 31 (3). pp. 603 - 607. ISSN: 1471-6712 Open Access Link

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Hamm, J., Money, A., Atwal, A. and Ghinea, G. (Accepted) 'Mobile 3D visualisation technologies as a measurement aid for occupational therapy practice'. Health Informatics Journal. ISSN: 1460-4582 Open Access Link

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Hamm, J., Money, A. and Atwal, A. (Accepted) 'Fall prevention self-assessments via mobile 3D visualisation technologies: Community dwelling older adults’ perceptions of opportunities and challenges'. JMIR Human Factors. ISSN: 2292-9495 Open Access Link

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Atwal, A., Paraskevopoulos, I., Spiliotopoulou, G., Money, A. and McIntyre, A. (2017) 'How are service users instructed to measure home furniture for provision of minor assistive devices?'. Disability and Rehabilitation Assistive Technology, 12 (2). pp. 153 - 159. ISSN: 1748-3115 Open Access Link

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