Cecilia Landa-Avila is a Research Assistant in Healthcare Systems Design/Human Factors in IMMUNE and a Doctoral Researcher at Loughborough University. She is the co-founder of RELAESA, a Latin American network of Ergonomics and Human Factors in Healthcare Systems.
Cecilia’s interest is in integrating systems thinking, ergonomics/human factors, participatory design and policymaking in healthcare systems design. Her doctoral research focused on the interactions of multiple outcomes and values of healthcare to drive a participatory systems approach.
Before joining Loughborough University, Cecilia was a full-time Assistant Professor at Universidad Panamericana (Guadalajara, Mexico), conducting research in assistive technologies for children with learning disabilities. Her experience includes collaborated on “Powering Productivity” (Research Associate), an ESRC funded project (Loughborough University and the University of Surrey) that mapped the links between energy, wellbeing and product.