Kristina is a Research Fellow in eHealth and Behaviour Change at the Centre for Advances in Behavioural Science (CABS), Coventry University. She has a joint role with Public Health Warwickshire as part of the Health Psychology team supporting health commissioners in their design and delivery of health improvement services.
Kristina is currently involved in developing a number of digital health interventions both in the UK and overseas, for childhood weight management, sickle-cell disease and Alzheimer's disease prevention.
Research Fellow in eHealth and behaviour change, Coventry University
The University of Warwick, Phd
Big Hearts, small hands: a focus group study exploring parental food portion behaviours, BMC Public Health
Understanding and Promoting Effective Engagement With Digital Behavior Change Interventions, American Journal of Preventative Medicine
Digital Health Interventions (DHIs) to support the Management of Children and Adolescents with Sickle-Cell Disease, Sickle-cell Disease
Targeting Parents for Childhood Weight Mangagement: Development of a Theory-Driven and User-Centered Healthy Eating App, JMIR MHEALTH AND UHEALTH
Just telling and selling: current limitations in the use of digital media in public health. A scoping review., PUBLIC HEALTH
As assessment of the potential of health promotion apps to support health behaviour change, Health Psychology Update