Dr Judith Joseph is a Senior Research Enterprise Fellow within the Centre for Clinical and Community Applications of Health Psychology.
Judith's research focusses on developing digital interventions using the Person-Based Approach, a methodology that uses mixed methods to create and optimise interventions to make them highly engaging, accessible, motivating and effective. She has extensive experience in developing digital interventions to support individuals to self-manage their health and improve their wellbeing. Judith is particularly interested in impact and the widespread implementation of digital health interventions through healthcare and community services.
Judith is Director of Enterprise within the School of Psychology and works with colleagues to help deliver the School, Faculty and Univerity Enterprise strategies. She is Deputy Director of the LifeGuide research programme, a multidisciplinary project (Psychology, Electronics and Computer Science, and Medicine) which has attracted funding of over £50 million from UK research councils, NIHR and medical charities for the development of digital healthcare interventions.
- Developing and implementing digital health interventions
- Behaviour change
- Patient and public involvement
Judith completed her PhD in Human Factors at the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research, University of Southampton. She has completed an MSc in Occupational Psychology and a BSc (Hons) in Psychology. She previously worked as an e-learning Teaching Fellow in Research Methods and Statistics in Psychology, and in schools in Wiltshire implementing face-to-face behavioural programmes to improve quality of life for children. She has a keen interest in mindfulness, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).