Dr. Claudia Pagliari
Senior Lecturer in Primary Care and Informatics
The University of Edinburgh
Dr Pagliari is a senior lecturer and researcher within the Usher Institute at the University of Edinburgh, where she leads a research programme on eHealth and directs the MSc in Global eHealth. With a background in social science and health technology assessment, her research is highly interdisciplinary and covers many areas of eHealth and the digital society. This includes the study and evaluation of emerging innovations (for example: direct-to-consumer genetic testing, therapeutic robots, apps), large-scale health IT programmes (for example: human resource information management systems, administrative data research, e-Government), new forms of data for science (for example: social media and crowdsourcing), technologies for global health system strengthening and ethical and responsible research and innovation. She is a member of the UK College of Experts in Health Informatics, the British Computer Society, the UK Council for Health Informatics Professionals (level 3), and has held advisory roles with the American Health Information Management Association, the European Commission (scientific expert) and other agencies.