Stephen R. Gulliver

Stephen Gulliver received a BEng. (Hons) degree in Microelectronics, an MSc. degree (Distributed Information Systems) and a PhD in 1999, 2001, and 2004 respectively. Stephen worked within the Human Factors Integration Defence Technology Centre (HFI DTC), before getting a job as a lecturer at Brunel University (2005-2008). Now, as a lecturer within the Informatics Research Centre (IRC), a core part of Henley Business School (Reading University), his personal research relates to the area of user and pervasive Informatics. Dr. Gulliver has published in a number of related fields, including: multimedia and information assimilation, usability, key performance indicators and user acceptance. Dr. Gulliver supervises research relating to topics including: VR information acquisition, extensible modelling frameworks, CRM and ERP acceptance, intelligent building systems, eye-tracking technologies and multimedia content personalisation.


Handbook of Research on Patient Safety and Quality Care through Health Informatics
Vaughan Michell, Deborah J. Rosenorn-Lanng, Stephen R. Gulliver, Wendy Currie. © 2014. 486 pages.
Medical and health activities can greatly benefit from the effective use of health informatics. By capturing, processing, and disseminating information to the correct systems and...
Customer Strategy Definition in Elderly Care: Understanding Customer-Focused Care Expectation and Managing Resource Allocation
Basel Khashab, Uday Joshi, Stephen R. Gulliver. © 2014. 20 pages.
With an aging global population, it is important that clinicians empower their patients. Empowering the patient-physician interaction leads to a more positive health outcome....
Technology Acceptance and Care Self-Management: Consideration in Context of Chronic Care Management
Patcharin Wannatawee, Muna Alhammad, Stephen R. Gulliver. © 2014. 19 pages.
With an aging global population, the number of people living with a chronic illness is expected to increase significantly by 2050. If left unmanaged, chronic care leads to...
Healthcare Resource Sustainability: Obtaining Information Access via Healthcare Space Modelling
Stephen R. Gulliver, Isaac Wiafe, Hubert Grzybek, Milan Radosavljevic. © 2014. 19 pages.
Health care provision is significantly impacted by the ability of health providers to engineer a viable healthcare space to support care stakeholders needs. In this chapter, the...
Multiple Sensorial Media Advances and Applications: New Developments in MulSeMedia
George Ghinea, Frederic Andres, Stephen R. Gulliver. © 2012. 344 pages.
Advances in computational and device technologies, combined with the commercial success and acceptance of 3D, haptic, and various other media presentation devices, has increased...
Appreciating Individual Differences: Exposure Time Requirements in Virtual Space
Markos Kyritsis, Stephen R. Gulliver. © 2012. 20 pages.
Learning the spatial layout of an environment is essential in application domains including military and emergency personnel training. Training each and every member of staff...