Professor Julie Barnett
Policy relevant research on allergy, risk, new forms of data and health technology.
Professor of Health Psychology BSc (Hons), MSc, PhD
2 South 1.8D
Tel: +44 (0) 1225 38 3167
Co-founder of VizzataTM – a tool for online dialogue and deliberation.
Co-founder of myPace - an online platform for linking health professionals and their clients to enable behaviour change.
I am interested in supervising new PhD students researching topics as detailed by my:
- research interests
I am a social and health psychologist with particular interest and expertise in risk appreciation, the development of health technologies, the maintenance and change of behaviour, new forms of data, public engagement processes and policy development.
My current work explores the challenges for people with food allergy and intolerance of eating out, public understandings of tree and plant pests and diseases, loneliness, fostering trust and empathy online, policy engagement with new forms of data, and developing digital methods for health self-management that embeds relationship with health professionals.
Over the last ten years I have been part of a range of largely interdisciplinary projects funded by EPSRC, ESRC, the European Union, the Department of Health, the Health and Safety Executive, the Ministry of Defence, the Environment Agency, the Food Standards Agency and the Wellcome Trust.
- Using new forms of data in research
- Risk communication
- Food allergy and intolerance
- Social media
- Policy engagement with new forms of data
- Health technology
- UNPICK: Understanding public risk in relation to tree health
- Challenging online feaR And OtheRing
- Loneliness in the Digital Age (LiDA)
- Connecting Data Across Public Services in Bath and North East Somerset
- PS50029: Introduction to issues in health and health beliefs
- PS50033: Advanced research design in health
- PS50160: 21st century public health psychology
- PS50161: Advanced qualitative analysis
Weyman, A. and Barnett, J., 2016. Heuristics and biases in decision making about risks. In: Burgess, A., Alemanno, A. and Zinn, J., eds. Handbook of Risk Studies. London, U. K.: Routledge.
Brooker, P. D., Barnett, J., Cribbin, T. and Sharma, S., 2015. Have We Even Solved the First 'Big Data Challenge'?:Practical Issues Concerning Data Collection and Visual Representation for Social Media Analytics. In: Snee, H., Hine, C., Morey, Y., Roberts, S. and Watson, H., eds. Digital Methods for Social Sciences. London: Palgrave Macmillan, p. 34.
Borsci, S., Kuljis, J., Barnett, J. and Pecchia, L., 2016. Beyond the user preferences:Aligning the prototype design to the users' expectations. Human Factors and Ergonomics In Manufacturing and Service Industries, 26 (1), pp. 16-39.
Barnett, J., Begen, F., Howes, S., Regan, A., McConnon, A., Marcu, A., Rowntree, S. and Verbeke, W., 2016. Consumers' confidence, reflections and response strategies following the horsemeat incident. Food Control, 59, pp. 721-730.
Panagiotopoulos, P. and Barnett, J., 2015. Social media in union communications:an international study with UNI global union affiliates. British Journal of Industrial Relations, 53 (3), pp. 508-532.
Capelos, T., Provost, C., Parouti, M., Barnett, J., Chenoweth, J., Fife-Schaw, C. and Kelay, T., 2015. Ingredients of institutional reputations and citizen engagement with regulators. Regulation and Governance
Panagiotopoulos, P., Shan, L. C., Barnett, J., Regan, Á. and McConnon, Á., 2015. A framework of social media engagement:case studies with food and consumer organisations in the UK and Ireland. International Journal of Information Management, 35 (4), pp. 394-402.
Regan, Á., Marcu, A., Shan, L. C., Wall, P., Barnett, J. and Mcconnon, Á., 2015. Conceptualising responsibility in the aftermath of the horsemeat adulteration incident: an online study with Irish and UK consumers. Health Risk & Society, 17 (2), pp. 149-167.
Verbeke, W., Marcu, A., Rutsaert, P., Gaspar, R., Seibt, B., Fletcher, D. and Barnett, J., 2015. 'Would you eat cultured meat?':consumers' reactions and attitude formation in Belgium, Portugal and the United Kingdom. Meat Science, 102, pp. 49-58.
O'Brien, M. C., McConnon, A., Hollywood, L. E., Cuskelly, G. J., Barnett, J., Raats, M. and Dean, M., 2015. Let's talk about health:shoppers' discourse regarding health while food shopping. Public Health Nutrition, 18 (6), pp. 1001-1010.
Gaspar, R., Luís, S., Seibt, B., Lima, M. L., Marcu, A., Rutsaert, P., Fletcher, D., Verbeke, W. and Barnett, J., 2015. Consumers’ avoidance of information on red meat risks:information exposure effects on attitudes and perceived knowledge. Journal of Risk Research
Shah, S. G. S., Fitton, R., Hannan, A., Fisher, B., Young, T. and Barnett, J., 2015. Accessing personal medical records online:A means to what ends? International Journal of Medical Informatics, 84 (2), pp. 111-118.
Rutsaert, P., Barnett, J., Gaspar, R., Marcu, A., Pieniak, Z., Seibt, B., Lima, M.L., Fletcher, D. and Verbeke, W., 2015. Beyond information seeking:Consumers' online deliberation about the risks and benefits of red meat. Food Quality and Preference, 39, pp. 191-201.
Shan, L. C., Panagiotopoulos, P., Regan, Á., De Brún, A., Barnett, J., Wall, P. and McConnon, A., 2015. Interactive communication with the public:Qualitative exploration of the use of social media by food and health organizations. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 47 (1), pp. 104-108.
Barnett, J., Harricharan, M., Fletcher, D., Gilchrist, B. and Coughlan, J., 2015. myPace:an integrative health platform for supporting weight loss and maintenance behaviours. IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics, 19 (1), 109 - 116.
Burningham, K., Barnett, J. and Walker, G., 2015. An array of deficits:unpacking NIMBY discourses in wind energy developer's conceptualizations of their local opponents. Society and Natural Resources, 28 (3), pp. 246-260.
Harricharan, M., Gemen, R., Fernández Celemín, L., Fletcher, D., de Looy, A. E., Wills, J. and Barnett, J., 2015. Integrating mobile technology with routine dietetic practice:The case of myPace for weight management. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 74, pp. 125-129.
Higgins, A., Barnett, J., Meads, C., Singh, J. and Longworth, L., 2014. Does convenience matter in health care delivery? A systematic review of convenience-based aspects of process utility. Value in Health, 17 (8), pp. 877-887.
Shan, L., Regan, A., De Brun, A., Barnett, J., van der Sanden, M. C. A., Wall, P. and McConnon, A., 2014. Food crisis coverage by social and traditional media:a case study of the 2008 Irish dioxin crisis. Public Understanding of Science, 23 (8), pp. 911-928.
Wills, J., Gemen, R., Harricharan, M., Barnett, J. and de Looy, A., 2014. Integrating behaviour change techniques and digital technology for dietitian support in weight management cases. Obesity Reviews, 15 (S2), 129–176.
Gaspar, R., Gorjao, S., Seibt, B., Lima, L., Barnett, J., Moss, A. and Wills, J., 2014. Tweeting during food crises:A psychosocial analysis of EHEC threat coping expressions in Spain, during the 2011 European EHEC outbreak. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 72 (2), pp. 239-254.
Regan, A., Shan, L., McConnon, A., Marcu, A., Raats, M., Wall, P. and Barnett, J., 2014. Strategies for dismissing dietary risks:Insights from user-generated comments online. Health Risk & Society, 16 (4), pp. 308-322.
Hollywood, L., Cuskelly, G., O'Brien, M., McConnon, A., Barnett, J., Raats, M. and Dean, M., 2013. Healthful grocery shopping:Perceptions and barriers. Appetite, 70, pp. 119-126.
Borsci, S., Macredie, R. D., Barnett, J., Martin, J., Kuljis, J. and Young, T., 2013. Reviewing and extending the five-user assumption:A grounded procedure for interaction evaluation. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, 20 (5), 29.
Wiedemann, P. M., Schuetz, H., Boerner, F., Clauberg, M., Croft, R., Shukla, R., Kikkawa, T., Kemp, R., Gutteling, J. M., De Villiers, B., Da Silva Medeiros, F. N. and Barnett, J., 2013. When precaution creates misunderstandings:The unintended effects of precautionary information on perceived risks, the EMF case. Risk Analysis, 33 (10), pp. 1788-1801.
Vasileiou, K., Barnett, J. and Young, T., 2013. Interpreting and acting upon home blood pressure reading:A qualitative study. BMC Family Practice, 14 (1), 97.
Money, A. G., Barnett, J., Kuljis, J. and Lucas, J., 2013. Patient perceptions of epinephrine auto-injectors:Exploring barriers to use. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, 27 (2), pp. 335-344.
Brown, K. A., Hermoso, M., Timotijevic, L., Barnett, J., Lillegaard, I. T. L., Řehůřková, I., Larrañaga, A., Lončarević-srmić, A., Andersen, L. F., Ruprich, J., Fernández-celemín, L. and Raats, M. M., 2013. Consumer involvement in dietary guideline development:opinions from European stakeholders. Public Health Nutrition, 16 (05), pp. 769-776.
Timotijevic, L., Barnett, J., Brown, K., Raats, M. M. and Shepherd, R., 2013. Scientific decision-making and stakeholder consultations:The case of salt recommendations. Social Science and Medicine, 85, pp. 79-86.
Marzano, M., Moseley, D., Quine, C. P. and Barnett, J., 2013. Organisational intentions and responses:Presenting the risk of Lyme disease to countryside users. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 56 (3), pp. 305-328.
Barnett, J., Vasileiou, K. and Young, T., 2013. Awards winners reveal their secrets of service change. Health Service Journal, 6 March 2013.
Vasileiou, K., Barnett, J. and Young, T., 2013. The production and use of evidence in health care service innovation:a qualitative study. Evaluation & the Health Professions, 36 (1), pp. 93-105.
Barnett, J., Vasileiou, K., Gowland, M.H., Raats, M.M. and Lucas, J.S., 2013. Beyond labelling:what strategies do nut allergic individuals employ to make food choices? A qualitative study. PLoS ONE, 8 (1), e55293.
Timotijevic, L., Brown, K. A., Lähteenmäki, L., De Wit, L., Sonne, A.-m., Ruprich, J., Řehůřková, I., Jeruszka-bielak, M., Sicinska, E., García, N. B., Guzzon, A., Jensen, B. B., Shepherd, R., Barnett, J. and Raats, M. M., 2013. EURRECA—A framework for considering evidence in Public Health Nutrition Policy Development. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, 53 (10), pp. 1124-1134.
Marcu, A., Barnett, J., Uzzell, D., Vasileiou, K. and O’connell, S., 2013. Experience of Lyme disease and preferences for precautions:A cross-sectional survey of UK patients. BMC Public Health, 13 (1), p. 481.
Shah, S. G. S., Barnett, J., Kuljis, J., Hone, K. and Kaczmarski, R., 2013. Factors determining patients intentions to use point-of-care testing medical devices for self-monitoring:The case of international normalized ratio self-testing. Patient Preference and Adherence, 7, pp. 1-14.
Dean, M., Barnett, J., Hollywood, L., Cuskelly, G., O'Brien, M., McConnon, A. and Raats, M., 2013. Forthcoming. Factors predicting healthful food buying behaviour. British Journal of Nutrition
Barnett, J. and Hammond, S., 2013. Representations of disability in charity promotions. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 9 (4), pp. 309-314.
O'Brien, L., Marcu, A., Marzano, M., Barnett, J., Quine, C. and Uzzell, D., 2013. Situating risk in the context of a woodland visit:A case study on Lyme Borreliosis. Scottish Forestry, 66 (4), pp. 14-24.
Hodgkins, C., Barnett, J., Wasowicz-Kirylo, G., Stysko-Kunkowska, M., Gulcan, Y., Kustepeli, Y., Akgungor, S., Chryssochoidis, G., Fernández-Celemin, L., Storcksdieck Genannt Bonsmann, S., Gibbs, M. and Raats, M., 2012. Understanding how consumers categorise nutritional labels:A consumer derived typology for front-of-pack nutrition labelling. Appetite, 59 (3), pp. 806-817.
Sharples, S., Martin, J., Lang, A., Craven, M., O’Neill, S. and Barnett, J., 2012. Medical device design in context:Α model of user–device interaction and consequences. Displays, 33 (4-5), pp. 221-232.
Uzzell, D., Vasileiou, K., Marcu, A. and Barnett, J., 2012. Whose Lyme is it anyway? Subject positions and the construction of responsibility for managing the health risks from Lyme disease. Health & Place, 18 (5), pp. 1101-1109.
Jensen, B. B., Lähteenmäki, L., Grunert, K. G., Brown, K. A., Timotijevic, L., Barnett, J., Shepherd, R. and Raats, M. M., 2012. Changing micronutrient intake through (voluntary) behaviour change. The case of folate. Appetite, 58 (3), pp. 1014-1022.
Barnett, J., Burningham, K., Walker, G. and Cass, N., 2012. Imagined publics and engagement around renewable energy technologies in the UK. Public Understanding of Science, 21 (1), pp. 36-50.
Barnett, J., Botting, N., Gowland, M. H. and Lucas, J. S., 2012. The strategies that peanut and nut-allergic consumers employ to remain safe when travelling abroad. Clinical and Translational Allergy, 2 (1), p. 12.
Macadam, C., Barnett, J., Roberts, G., Stiefel, G., King, R., Erlewyn-Lajeunesse, M., Holloway, J. A. and Lucas, J. S., 2012. What factors affect the carriage of epinephrine auto-injectors by teenagers? Clinical and Translational Allergy, 2 (1), p. 3.
Martin, J. L. and Barnett, J., 2012. Integrating the results of user research into medical device development:Insights from a case study. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, 12 (1), 74.
Shah, S. G. S., Barnet, J., Kuljis, J., Hone, K. and Kaczmarski, R., 2012. Patients' experiences with hospital outpatient anticoagulation services:Dimensions and determinants. International Journal of Person Centred Medicine, 2 (4), pp. 669-679.
Timotijevic, L., Barnett, J. and Raats, M. M., 2011. Engagement, representativeness and legitimacy in the development of food and nutrition policy. Food Policy, 36 (4), pp. 490-498.
Quine, C.P., Marzano, M., Moseley, D., Barnett, J., Marcu, A., Dobson, A.D.M., Randolph, S.E., Taylor, J.L., Uzzell, D. and O'Brien, L., 2011. Frameworks for risk communication and disease management:the case of Lyme disease and countryside users. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B - Biological Sciences, 366 (1573), pp. 2010-2022.
Brown, K. A., Timotijevic, L., Barnett, J., Shepherd, R., Lähteenmäki, L. and Raats, M. M., 2011. A review of consumer awareness, understanding and use of food-based dietary guidelines. British Journal of Nutrition, 106 (01), pp. 15-26.
Brown, K. A., Timotijevic, L., Barnett, J., Ruprich, J., Řehůřková, I., Hermoso, M., Andersen, L.-F., Lillegaard, I. T. L., Fernández-Celemín, L., Larrañaga, A., Lončarevič-Srmič, A. and Raats, M. M., 2011. Micronutrient recommendation stakeholders' beliefs on dietary guidelines:a qualitative study across six European countries/regions. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 65 (7), pp. 872-874.
Barnett, J., Leftwich, J., Muncer, K., Grimshaw, K., Shepherd, R., Raats, M.M., Gowland, M.H. and Lucas, J.S., 2011. How do peanut and nut-allergic consumers use information on the packaging to avoid allergens? Allergy, 66 (7), pp. 969-978.
Marcu, A., Uzzell, D. and Barnett, J., 2011. Making sense of unfamiliar risks in the countryside:The case of Lyme disease. Health & Place, 17 (3), pp. 843-850.
Timotijevic, L., Barnett, J., Brown, K., Shepherd, R., Fernández-Celemín, L., Dömölki, L., Ruprich, J., Dhonukshe-Rutten, R. A., Sonne, A.-M., Hermoso, M., Koletzko, B., Frost-Andersen, L., Timmer, A. and Raats, M. M., 2011. The process of setting micronutrient recommendations:A cross-European comparison of nutrition-related scientific advisory bodies. Public Health Nutrition, 14 (4), pp. 716-728.
Thorpe, S. J., Barnett, J., Friend, K. and Nottingham, K., 2011. The mediating roles of disgust sensitivity and danger expectancy in relation to hand washing behaviour. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 39 (2), pp. 175-190.
Leftwich, J., Muncer, K., Shepherd, R., Raats, M.M., Barnett, J., Hazel Gowland, M. and Lucas, J.S., 2011. The challenges for nut-allergic consumers of eating out. Clinical and Experimental Allergy, 41 (2), pp. 243-249.
Barnett, J., McConnon, A., Kennedy, J., Raats, M., Shepherd, R., Verbeke, W., Fletcher, J., Kuttschreuter, M., Lima, L., Wills, J. and Wall, P., 2011. Development of strategies for effective communication of food risks and benefits across Europe:design and conceptual framework of the FoodRisC project. BMC Public Health, 11 (1), p. 308.
Money, A. G., Barnett, J. and Kuljis, J., 2011. Public claims about automatic external defibrillators:An online consumer opinions study. BMC Public Health, 11 (1), p. 332.
Money, A. G., Barnett, J., Kuljis, J., Craven, M. P., Martin, J. L. and Young, T., 2011. The role of the user within the medical device design and development process:Medical device manufacturers' perspectives. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, 11 (1), 15.
Barnett, J., Vasileiou, K., Djemil, F., Brooks, L. and Young, T., 2011. Understanding innovators' experiences of barriers and facilitators in implementation and diffusion of healthcare service innovations:A qualitative study. BMC Health Services Research, 11 (1), p. 342.
Barnett, J., Muncer, K., Leftwich, J., Shepherd, R., Raats, M. M., Gowland, M. H., Grimshaw, K. and Lucas, J. S., 2011. Using 'may contain' labelling to inform food choice:a qualitative study of nut allergic consumers. BMC Public Health, 11 (1), p. 734.
Chenoweth, J., Barnett, J., Capelos, T., Fife-Schaw, C. and Kelay, T., 2010. Comparison of Consumer Attitudes Between Cyprus and Latvia:an Evaluation of Effect of Setting on Consumer Preferences in the Water Industry. Water Resources Management, 24 (15), pp. 4339-4358.
Walker, G., Cass, N., Burningham, K. and Barnett, J., 2010. Renewable energy and sociotechnical change:Imagined subjectivities of ‘the public’ and their implications. Environment and Planning A, 42 (4), pp. 931-947.
Knight, T. and Barnett, J., 2010. Perceived efficacy and attitudes towards genetic science and science governance. Public Understanding of Science, 19 (4), pp. 386-402.
Timotijevic, L., Raats, M. M., Barnett, J., Brown, K., Shepherd, R., Fernandez, L., Dömölki, L., Ruprich, J., Sonne, A.-M., Hermoso, M., Koletzko, B., Frost-Andersen, L. and Timmer, A., 2010. From micronutrient recommendations to policy:Consumer and stakeholder involvement. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 64 (SUPPL. 2), S31-S37.
Timotijevic, L., Barnett, J., Shepherd, R. and Senior, V., 2009. Factors influencing self-report of mobile phone use:The role of response prompt, time reference and mobile phone use in recall. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 23 (5), pp. 664-683.
Ogden, J., Daniells, E. and Barnett, J., 2009. When is choice a good thing? An experimental study of the impact of choice on patient outcomes. Psychology, Health & Medicine, 14 (1), pp. 34-47.
Ogden, J., Daniells, E. and Barnett, J., 2008. The value of choice:development of a new measurement tool. British Journal of General Practice, 58 (554), pp. 614-618.
Barnett, J., Timotijevic, L., Vassallo, M. and Shepherd, R., 2008. Precautionary advice about mobile phones:public understandings and intended responses. Journal of Risk Research, 11 (4), pp. 525-540.
Fife-schaw, C., Barnett, J., Chenoweth, J., Morrison, G. M. and Lundéhn, C., 2008. Consumer trust and confidence:some recent ideas in the literature. Water Science and Technology : Water Supply, 8 (1), pp. 43-48.
Barnett, J., Cooper, H. and Senior, V., 2007. Belief in public efficacy, trust, and attitudes toward modern genetic science. Risk Analysis, 27 (4), pp. 921-933.
Barnett, J., Timotijevic, L., Shepherd, R. and Senior, V., 2007. Public responses to precautionary information from the Department of Health (UK) about possible health risks from mobile phones. Health Policy, 82 (2), pp. 240-250.
Shepherd, R., Barnett, J., Cooper, H., Coyle, A., Moran-Ellis, J., Senior, V. and Walton, C., 2007. Towards an understanding of British public attitudes concerning human cloning. Social Science and Medicine, 65 (2), pp. 377-392.
Stevenson, C., Doherty, G., Barnett, J., Muldoon, O. T. and Trew, K., 2007. Adolescents’ views of food and eating:identifying barriers to healthy eating. Journal of Adolescence, 30 (3), pp. 417-434.
Burningham, K., Barnett, J., Carr, A., Clift, R. and Wehrmeyer, W., 2007. Industrial constructions of publics and public knowledge: a qualitative investigation of practice in the UK chemicals industry. Public Understanding of Science, 16 (1), pp. 23-43.
Timotijevic, L. and Barnett, J., 2006. Managing the possible health risks of mobile telecommunications:public understandings of precautionary action and advice. Health Risk & Society, 8 (2), pp. 143-164.
Lima, M. L., Barnett, J. and Vala, J., 2005. Risk perception and technological development at a societal level. Risk Analysis, 25 (5), pp. 1229-1239.
Barnett, J. and Breakwell, G. M., 2003. The social amplification of risk and the hazard sequence:The October 1995 oral contraceptive pill scare. Health Risk & Society, 5 (3), pp. 301-313.
Barnett, J. and Breakwell, G. M., 2001. Risk perception and experience:Hazard personality profiles and individual differences. Risk Analysis, 21 (1), pp. 171-178.
Barnett, J. C., 1998. Sensitive questions and response effects:an evaluation. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 13 (1/2), pp. 63-76.
Devine-Wright, P., Burningham, K., Barnett, J., Devine-Wright, H., Walker, G., Infield, D., Evans, B., Howes, Y., Evans, F. S., Cass, N., Theobald, K., Parks, J., Barton, J., Thrush, D. and Speller, G., 2013. Beyond Nimbyism: Project Summary Report. Working Paper. Manchester: School of Environment and Development, University of Manchester.
Barnett, J., Leftwich, J., Muncer, K., Raats, M., Shepherd, R., Ogden, J., Lucas, J. S., Grimshaw, K. and Gowland, H., 2011. Understanding the food choice reasoning of nut allergic consumers. Other. Food Standards Agency.
Barnett, J., Breakwell, G., Doherty, B., Gray, K. and Rootes, C., 2008. Understanding Special Interest Groups:Science Report SCO20067. Other. Environment Agency.
Barnett, J., 2007. Making consultation meaningful ... putting consultation in its place. Other. Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
Armstrong, V., Barnett, J., Cooper, H., Monkman, M., Moran-Ellis, J. and Shepherd, R., 2007. Public Attitudes to Governance:A Qualitative Study in a Deliberate Context. Other. The Wellcome Trust.
Burningham, K., Barnett, J. and Thrush, D., 2006. The limitations of the NIMBY concept for understanding public engagement with renewable energy technologies:A literature review. Working Paper. Manchester: School of Environment and Development, University of Manchester.
Greaves, C., Senior, V., Barnett, J., Clark, M., Pope, J. and Hinton, P., 2006. Information to accompany patients undergoing nuclear medicine procedures:Report 416. Other. HSE Books.
Trew, K., Barnett, J., Stevenson, C., Muldoon, O., Breakwell, G., Brown, K., Doherty, G. and Clark, C., 2005. Young people and food:adolescent dietary beliefs and understandings. Other. Safefood.
Conference or Workshop Items
Harricharan, M., Barnett, J., Gemen, R. and Fernández Celemín, L., 2015. Human Relationships and Digital Weight Management Technology. In: 22 European Congress on Obesity (ECO 2015), 2015-05-06 - 2015-05-09, Prague Congress Centre (PCC).
Brooker, P., Vines, J., Sutton, S., Barnett, J., Feltwell, T. and Lawson, S., 2015. Debating poverty porn on Twitter:social media as a place for everyday socio-political talk. New York, U. S. A.: ACM, pp. 3177-3186.
Barnett, J., Harricharan, M., Gemen, R., Fernández Celemín, L. and de Looy, A., 2015. Behaviour Change Resources for Dietitians: A Snapshot of the Requirements of European Dietitians. In: 9th Annual EFAD-DIETS Conference, 2015-10-23 - 2015-10-24, Casa400.
Brooker, P. D., Barnett, J., Cribbin, T., Lang, A. and Martin, J., 2014. User-Driven Data Capture:Locating and Analysing Twitter Conversation about Cystic Fibrosis Without Keywords. Sage.
Harricharan, M. and Barnett, J. C., 2013. Designing mobile tools for integrative healthcare: enhancing the patient-practitioner relationship. In: Third International Congress on Telehealth and Telecare: Innovation Integration, Implementation, 2013-07-01 - 2013-07-03, London.
Barnett, J. C., Harricharan, M., Fletcher, D., Metzger, N. and Wills, J., 2013. Tools for sustaining the support of health professionals: the example of MyPace. In: Medicine 2.0: World Congress on Social Media, Mobile Apps, Internet/Web 2.0, 2013-09-23 - 2013-09-24, London.