Key Research Interests

Research Keywords: Medical education, Public engagement, General Practice, Health inequalities, Primary Health Care, Professionalism, Primary care workforce, Health systems strengthening

Research Topics for PGR Supervision: Medical education, Public engagement, General Practice, Health inequalities, Primary Health Care, Professionalism, Primary care workforce, Health systems strengthening

Current Research Grants

MRC / ARC

Co-applicant – SCOOP – ‘A pragmatic RCT of the effectiveness and cost effectiveness of screening for osteoporosis in older women for the prevention of fracture’, £3,754,703

NIHR Programme Grant

Co-applicant – ‘Delivering a Realistic Diabetes Prevention Programme in a UK Community: Norfolk DPS’, National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) programme grant (E2029M), £2,290,000

Research for Patient Benefit

Co-applicant - PB-PG-0110-21051 ‘Are NICE clinical guidelines for primary care based on evidence from primary care?’ (NIHR), £194,7431

NIHR Research for Patient Benefit Competition

18 Ref-PG-0212-27059

Can a practice based approach using Significant Event Audit identify key factors that might reduce avoidable non-elective hospital admissions? A feasibility study. £198,803

Diabetes UK

Co-applicant - Overcoming barriers to good diabetes care and supported self management. £142,930

Research for Patient Benefit

Principal Investigator – NIHR-RfPB PB-PG-0807-14068 ‘What makes older women want to use preventive medications for osteoporosis? A qualitative study of adherence to osteoporosis medication in the 70–85 agegroup’, £168,159

Research for Patient Benefit

Co-applicant – application PB-PG-0807-14102 (CCBT) Support for computerised therapy for patients with depression/anxiety: a factorial randomized controlled comparison of brief vs enhanced support given by clinicians vs assistants (Human support as an adjunct to computerised therapy for patients with depression/anxiety), £146,217

Research for Patient Benefit

Co-applicant – PB-PG-0909-19198 ‘Supervised pharmacy student led medication review in primary care’, £69,573

NIHR-HSR / INVOLVE

Co-applicant – ‘Public involvement in research: a realist evaluation of approaches, processes and outcomes’ (in collaboration with CRIPACC, Univ. Herts.)            £92,664

 

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