Naveed Dogar has started research for her PhD at the University of Oxford, with her project on “Internationalisation of Electronic Health Records: Implementation and Evaluation of Specialised Musculoskeletal Systems”. Her research will focus on the implementation of cityEHR for Fracture Liaison Services and for club foot clinics and will seek to develop a set of key performance indicators for measuring the effectiveness of those systems. Using the KPIs, she then aims to measure the effectiveness of systems deployed in different international settings to determine whether a single information model can be made sufficiently adaptable to local clinical and cultural practices so that the same system remains effective across all deployments, whilst generating a standard set of clinical data.
Naveed is based at the Botnar Research Centre at the Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences. She is a member of St Hilda’s College.