Dr Andy Pulman
- 01202 961047
- apulman at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
- Post Doctoral Researcher in Digital Health and User Experience
- Royal London House R506, Christchurch Road, Bournemouth, BH1 3LT
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Dr Andy Pulman is Post Doctoral Researcher in Digital Health and User Experience within the Bournemouth University Clinical Research Unit.
Andy has been nominated for several awards during his career and is also the author of a number of articles on technology, health and eLearning in addition to a pocket study skills book – Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts & More – which was published in 2009. Since 2011, he has also self-published a number of iPhone and Android Mobile Apps.
Andy’s research interests include digital professionalism, the use of technology to improve health, empathy and dignity through technology, the use and integration of apps for education and health and interesting technology related phenomena like divided attention disorder.
How Young People With Type 1 Diabetes Engage With Technology To Influence Quality Of Life
- Murphy, J., Worswick, L., Pulman, A., Ford, G. and Jeffery, J., 2015. Translating research into practice: Evaluation of an e-learning resource for health care professionals to provide nutrition advice and support for cancer survivors. Nurse Education Today.
- Pulman, A., Taylor, J., Galvin, K. and Masding, M., 2013. Ideas and Enhancements Related to Mobile Applications to Support Type 1 Diabetes. JMIR mhealth and uhealth, 1 (2).
- Ahmed, O.H. and Pulman, A., 2013. Concussion Information on the Move: The Role of Mobile Technology in Concussion Management. The Journal of Community Informatics, 9 (2).
- Pulman, A., Hill, J., Taylor, J., Galvin, K. and Masding, M.G., 2013. Innovative mobile technology alcohol education for young people with type 1 diabetes. Practical Diabetes, 30 (9).
- Pulman, A., Galvin, K., Hutchings, M., Todres, L., Quinney, A., Ellis-Hill, C. and Atkins, P., 2012. Empathy and dignity through technology: Using lifeworld-led multimedia to enhance learning about the head, heart and hand. Electronic Journal of e-Learning, 10 (3), 348-359.
- Pulman, A. and Taylor, J., 2012. Munchausen by Internet (MBI): Current research and future directions. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 14 (4).
- Pulman, A., Todres, L. and Galvin, K., 2010. The carer's world: An interactive reusable learning object. Dementia, 9 (4), 535-547.
- Pulman, A., 2010. Mobile Technology as a mechanism for delivering improved Quality of Life. Journal of the Research Center for Educational Technology, 6, 111-121.
- Pulman, A., 2010. A patient centred framework for improving LTC quality of life through Web 2.0 technology. Health Informatics Journal, 16, 15-23.
- Pulman, A., 2010. Integrating Web 2.0 with Mental Health Care. Connect Newsletter (Mental Health Informatics Special Interest Group (MHSIG) of the Royal College of Psychiatrists), 1, 17-19.
- Pulman, A., 2009. Twitter as a tool for delivering improved Quality of Life for people with chronic conditions. Journal of Nursing and Healthcare of Chronic Illness, 1, 245-252.
- Pulman, A., Scammell, J. and Martin, M., 2009. Enabling interprofessional education: The role of technology to enhance learning. Nurse Education Today, 29, 232-239.
- Pulman, A., 2008. On the Road to Virtual Europe - Redux. Electronic Journal of eLearning (EJEL), Volume 5, 297-304.
- Pulman, A., 2007. Can a handheld gaming device be used as an effective assistive technology tool? British Journal of Educational Technology, 38, 532-534.
- Pulman, A. and Sherwen, L.N., 2006. Scenes from A Virtual Europe. Journal of Allied Health, 35, 240-252.
- Taylor, J., Pulman, A. and Tickle, O., 2018. Exploring attitudes to ‘catfish’ impersonating and feigning illness online. In: International Conference on Social Media and Society 18-20 July 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark.
- Pulman, A., Hill, J and Masding, M, 2013. Why haven’t YOU thought of that? Over 15 great mobile app ideas for improving the quality of life of a young person with type 1 diabetes. In: Diabetes UK Professional Conference 13-15 March 2013 Manchester.
- Pulman, A., Hill, J. and Masding, M., 2013. The development of an innovative mobile phone app for type 1 diabetes alcohol education. In: Diabetes UK Professional Conference 13-15 March 2013 Manchester.
- Pulman, A., Hill, J and Masding, M, 2013. Reconsidering your perceptions: exploring the lifeworld of a young person with type 1 diabetes. In: Diabetes UK Professional Conference 13-15 March 2013 Manchester, England.
- Pulman, A., Galvin, K.T., Hutchings, M., Todres, L., Quinney, A., Ellis-Hill, C. and Atkins, P., 2011. Using lifeworld-led multimedia to enhance learning. In: Greener, S. and Rospigliosi, A., eds. 10th European Conference on e-Learning 10-11 November 2011 University of Brighton, UK. Reading: Academic Publishing Limited.
- Hutchings, M., Galvin, K.T., Todres, L., Pulman, A. and Quinney, A., 2011. Transforming practices through developing a transprofessional curriculum: a multi-faceted model of change. In: Higher Education Academy Annual Conference 5-6 July 2011 East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham.
- Hutchings, M., Galvin, K.T., Todres, L., Quinney, A., Pulman, A. and Ellis-Hill, C., 2011. Making connections: using technology to enhance learning about the head, heart and hand. In: Second International Conference on Compassionate Care 23-24 June 2011 Edinburgh Napier University, Edinburgh.
- Pulman, A., 2009. Barriers to a Virtual Europe. In: Remenyi, D.D., ed. ECEL 2009: The 8th European Conference on e-Learning 29-30 October 2009 Bari, Italy. Reading, England: Academic Publishing Limited, 466-472.
- Pulman, A., 2009. Mobile Technology as a mechanism for delivering improved Quality of Life. In: Handheld Learning 2009 5-7 October 2009 London.
- Pulman, A. and Shufflebottom, M., 2009. A Virtual Infection Control Simulation – the development of a serious game in the health care sector. In: Petrovic, O. and Brand, A., eds. Serious Games on the Move 2008 Conference Proceedings. 23-24 June 2008 Cambridge. Springer.
- Pulman, A., 2008. The Nintendo DS as an assistive technology tool for health and social care students. In: mLearn2008 Conference Proceedings 8-10 October 2008 University of Wolverhampton, School of Computing and IT, England. 256-263.
- Pulman, A., 2008. Web 2.0 @ BU – Use of Wikis within the School of Health & Social Care. In: 3rd Plymouth e-Learning Conference 4 April 2008 University of Plymouth, UK.
- Pulman, A., 2007. On The Road To Virtual Europe. In: 6th European Conference on e-Learning 4-5 October 2007 Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, Denmark. Reading: Academic Conferences International.
- Pulman, A., 2007. Does a handheld gaming device make an effective assistive technology tool? In: ALT-C 2007 3-6 September 2007 University of Nottingham, UK.
- Pulman, A. and Worth, A., 2006. Blogging @ Bournemouth University: next generation implications. In: ALT-C 2006 - the next generation 5-7 September 2006 Edinburgh, Scotland.
- Pulman, A., 2005. From a distance: relieving the pain barrier of e-learning. In: ALT-C 2005: exploring the frontiers of e-learning - borders, outposts and migration 6-8 September 2005 Manchester.
- Pulman, A. and Scammell, J., 2004. Tales from our e-learning journey. In: Bournemouth University Learning and Teaching Conference: flexible learning - how far have we come? 5-6 July 2004 Bournemouth.
- Pulman, A., 2004. Developing a Masters unit in managing low back pain using e-learning. In: Cohehre Conference 2004: The Role of Complementary Approaches In Health Education - The Client-Centred Practice 21-25 April 2004 Bad Elster, Germany.
- Taylor, J., Pulman, A., Galvin, K. and Masding, M.. Designing mobile applications to support type 1 diabetes education. In: M-learn 2012 16-18 October 2012 Helsinki, Finland.
- Hutchings, M., Galvin, K.T., Pulman, A., Todres, L., Quinney, A. and Clark, V., 2011. Framing lifeworld-led evidence to shape practice: facilitating a collaborative transprofessional curriculum for health and social work disciplines. Final Report for Higher Education Academy Discipline-focused Learning Technology Enhancement Academy. Higher Education Academy Discipline-focused Learning Technology Enhancement Academy.
- Hutchings, M., Galvin, K.T., Todres, L., Quinney, A., Pulman, A., Atkins, P. and Gentle, P., 2011. Transformational change through lifeworld-led multimedia VLE engagement. Embedding Work-with-IT Final Report for JISC/SEDA. JISC/SEDA.
- Pulman, A., 2008. Blogging @ BU: IHCS Case Studies. Poole: CEMP, Bournemouth University. Available from: http://www.cemp.ac.uk/downloads/CEMP-PAPERS-Blogging.pdf.
- Pulman, A., 2008. Releasing the Potential of Handheld Gaming Devices as Effective Assistive Technology Tools. JISC TechDis Website: JISC TechDis HEAT Scheme. Available from: http://www.techdis.ac.uk/index.php?p=2_1_7_25_16.
- Scammell, J., Hutchings, M., Quinney, A., Hean, S., Pulman, A. and Dumbrell, A., 2008. A Virtual Practice Community for Student Learning and Staff Development in Health and Social Work Inter-Professional Education; Changing Practice Through Collaboration. Higher Education Academy and Bournemouth University. Available from: http://www.health.heacademy.ac.uk/lenses/mp/m10021.html.
- Pulman, A., 2007. Can a Handheld Gaming Device Be Used As An Effective Assistive Technology Tool?. JISC TechDis Website: JISC TechDis HEAT Scheme. Available from: http://www.techdis.ac.uk/index.php?p=2_1_7_9.
- HNC in Graphic Design (Arts University Bournemouth, 2002)
- HND in Graphic Design (Arts University Bournemouth, 2003)
- MA in Interactive Media (Bournemouth University, 2005)
- PhD in Health/Technology (Bournemouth University, 2016)
- Learning and Teaching Fellowship (Bournemouth University, 2006)
- Co-finalist - Johnson & Johnson Award for Excellence in Midwifery Education (RCM Midwifery Awards, 2010)
- Nominee - Special Needs - Innovation Award (Handheld Learning Awards, 2008)