My research interests include the advancement of integrating qualitative and quantitative methods particularly within trials, health and illness experiences and perceptions of health services from the perspectives of patients, the public and professionals, patient centred practice, illness behaviours and cognitions and health care intervention development, evaluation and improvement. I am also interested in how patient and professional experiences and perceptions influence participation in and implementation of clinical and non-clinical trials. My doctoral research focuses on the influence, impact and interaction of qualitative methods on clinical trials and their yields and the role research organisations and personnel play in this process. I am particularly keen on collaborative, multidiciplinary working across organisations and research groups and welcome any opportuntity to do so.
University of Bristol positions
Senior Research Associate (Qualitative Research in Randomised Trials)Bristol Medical School (PHS)
Statistical, Health Economic and Qualitative analysis plan for the CHIldren with COughs (CHICO) study
- Other contribution
Protocol for an ‘efficient design’ cluster randomised controlled trial to evaluate a complex intervention to improve antibiotic prescribing for CHIldren presenting to primary care with acute COugh and respiratory tract infection
Clinical and Experimental Allergy
Clinicians views and experiences of implementing a complex intervention to reduce antibiotic prescribing in children with Respiratory Tract Infections in primary care.
South West Society for Academic Primary Care (SAPC) Conference 2020
- Conference contribution
Cost effectiveness of an intervention to increase uptake of hepatitis C virus testing and treatment (HepCATT)