Josephine Go Jefferies is an ESRC doctoral researcher at the University of Nottingham’s Business School. Her thesis explores patient experience of telehealth for self-management of chronic disease. Her research interests are digital health, service innovation and ethical consumption.
Her piece ‘They know how much oxygen I breathe, which is fine by me’ finished as a runner-up in the ESRC’s writing competition, The World in 2065 – in collaboration with academic publishers, SAGE. You can read it below: