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WANTED: SEPARATED DADS ANYWHERE: Department of Computer Science, University of Bristol

Are you interested in contributing to design research on fatherhood and technology?

We are a group of PhD students in Digital Health and Care at the University of Bristol and we are completing the course Digital Health Group Design Project COMSM0029 in 2020. As part of this course, we have been tasked to research, design and implement an interactive technology prototype to support fatherhood. We are focusing on the needs of separated fathers not living with their former spouse/partner, who do not have full custody.

Participants should be over 18 years of age, be fathers and be interested in contributing to research on fatherhood and technology. You should be available for a one-hour online (e.g., Skype, WhatsApp, Zoom) session with a PhD student. This interview or user test will be audio and/or video recorded. For your time, you will be reimbursed with a £10 Amazon gift certificate.

Who are we?
First Year PhD Students interested in the design and development of care technologies. Course lecturers Aisling O’Kane and Amid Ayobi are researchers in the Bristol Interaction Group in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Bristol. They are interested in technologies that are thought up, designed, and implemented by the people who will use them, and interested in how health and care technologies fit into people’s everyday lives.

If you want to participate or have any questions, please contact us at the email below, with “Separated Dads” as the subject

Dan Kumpik, Henry Glyde and Edward Barker
– University of Bristol

Email: fatherhood-design-project@bristol.ac.uk

Job Vacancy listed by Dept. of Computer Science, University of Bristol on 7th April 2020
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Wanted: Separated Dads in Bristol Are you interested in contributing to design research on fatherhood and technology? Department of Computer Science, University of Bristol We are a group of PhD students in Digital Health and Care at the University of Bristol and we are completing the course Digital Health Group Design... more
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