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Nisha Shah

MSc, BSc


Researcher in Social Science

Nisha is a mixed-methods Researcher in Social Science at Centre for Health, Law and Emerging Technologies (HeLEX) at Oxford University. Nisha is currently involved with the IMI funded DIRECT consortium project, which is investigating personalised medicine for type 2 diabetes. She is exploring DIRECT participants perspectives on data sharing in medical research, which will help to inform guidelines for the future management of the DIRECT datasets. 

Before joining the centre, Nisha worked at Imperial College London, Patient Safety Translational Research Centre (PSTRC), contributing to various research projects relating to the evaluation and uptake of digital technologies in healthcare, and their potential impact on patient safety, clinical work, and data sharing. Nisha has a background in Psychology with a varied career in healthcare delivery research, and is interested in data sharing challenges in research and in the continuity of care, as well as improving patient involvement in their medical care.

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