Dr Clare Dowzer


I take the lead in researching, developing and implementing technology-enhanced learning strategies for the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology Programme and the Core Psychiatry Training Course.

I am responsible for developing and maintaining a variety of IT systems used by trainees, academics, local clinicians and service users across the Yorkshire and Humber region. I am a member of the National Digital Health Skills for Psychological Professions committee. 

I have developed computerised interactive software tools for trainees and clinicians as well as write and create online teaching resources. I carry out teaching on learning technology systems for clinical psychology students, staff and local clinicians and act as a point of contact for staff, students, supervisors, examiners and local clinical psychologists who have day-to-day queries and/or concerns regarding learning technologies and research.

I also manage the monitoring of trainees in the research aspects of the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. I develop policies and contribute to the writing and management of programme handbooks, working closely with the Doctoral College to ensure University regulations and NHS procedures are being adhered to. 


  • Lead on research, development and implementation of technology enhanced learning


  • PhD Exercise Physiology
  • BSc (Hons) Sport Science

Professional memberships

  • Associate Fellow HEA

Research groups and institutes

  • Leeds Institute of Health Sciences
  • Psychological and Social Medicine