NUX Leeds – 29 September – Witnessing health: impactful user research in the NHS

NUX Leeds meet-ups are kindly sponsored by Simpleusability.


The next NUX Leeds event is taking place on Thursday 29th September in our regular home at the office of Simpleusability, at Marshall Mills, near Holbeck Urban Village, 5 minutes from Leeds City Centre.

Join us from 6:00pm for food, drinks and networking. Talk starts at 6:30pm.

Witnessing health: impactful user research in the NHS

with Rochelle Gold, User Researcher, NHS Digital

This presentation will discuss approaches, challenges and barriers to conducting user research within health and how to overcome them. It will cover both clinician and patient user research and the value of being a ‘witness to experience’ and the impact that this can have.

About Rochelle

Rochelle Gold is a user researcher at NHS Digital. She has worked on a number of digital health services including NHS UK and the NHS e-referral service. Her work in the health space has focussed on a range of users from clinicians to patients. She previously led research for West Yorkshire Probation and is also experienced in research in social care and the private sector. Rochelle has also taught research methods at undergraduate level and has a background in occupational psychology.


Running order

6:00 – 6:30 Free pizza, beer, soft drinks & refreshments
6:30 – 8:00 Rochelle’s talk and discussion
8:00 – 9:30 Open discussion and networking (over at The Northern Monk)






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