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Dr Helen Lloyd

Senior Research Fellow

Kath Maguire

I am a qualitative and mixed methods researcher with training in medical anthropology. I have a particular interest in action research that applies and integrates qualitative and quantitative methodologies to create health and social improvements. My research to date has explored how notions of race, ethnicity and self and community identity influence health behaviour and the experiences and outcomes of care. I am also particularly interested in how micro, meso and macro factors interact to shape and potentially change health inequalities. A central theme of my work with PenCLAHRC focuses on complex interventions and patient experience and I am currently leading a scoping exercise on Patient Centred Integrated Care (PCIC). The aim of this is to create a taxonomy of PCIC components and map the different ways in which this model of care is delivered. I am also supporting the activity of several projects across the CLAHRC. The Partners 2 study is a multi-site PGfAR funded study developing and piloting a system of primary care based collaborative care for people with severe mental illness. I am also supporting the NICE Implementation project.

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01752 764448

Employed by
University of Plymouth

Areas of expertise
Qualitative and mixed-methods, applied behaviour change research & complex interventions, severe mental illness, cultural psychi

Projects

From programme theory to logic models for Multispecialty Community Providers: A realist evidence synthesis

PARTNERS2

Person-Centred Coordinated Care (P3C)

Publications

Underage Drinking and Antisocial Behavior: Research to Inform a U.K. Behavioral Intervention

The role of life context and self-defined well-being in the outcomes that matter to people with a diagnosis of schizophrenia

Treatment outcomes in schizophrenia: qualitative study of the view of family carers

Patient-Reported Measures for Person-Centered Coordinated Care: A Comparative Domain Map and Web-Based Compendium for Supporting Policy Development and Implementation

Validation of the Person Centred Coordinated Care experience questionnaire (P3CEQ)

Creating and Facilitating Change for Person Centred Coordinated Care (P3C): The Development of the Organisational Change Tool (P3C-OCT)

Patient safety in community dementia services: what can we learn from the experiences of caregivers and healthcare professionals?

From programme theory to logic models for multispecialty community providers: a realist evidence synthesis

From programme theory to logic models for multispecialty community providers: a realist evidence synthesis.

The potential and pitfalls of narrative elicitation in person-centred care

Adapting QOF to focus on wellbeing and health

A longitudinal evaluation of a countrywide alternative to the quality and outcomes framework in UK general practice aimed at improving person centred coordinated care

Upcoming Events

Apr
16

Searching and Review Clinic

Online appointments via Microsoft Teams

COVID-19 update: Following advice issued to all University of Exeter staff on Monday 16th March to work...
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Apr
21

PPI Advice Clinic - POSTPONED

South Cloisters, St Luke's Campus, University of Exeter

Patient and Public Involvement Advice Clinics Held every month 30 minutes between 12pm-1pm Whatever your query, from finding...
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News

Understanding research priorities for young people with long term health conditions

10 March 2020

A collaboration between researchers has resulted in a clearer understanding of how to address the...
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PenARC welcomes new PhD students

18 February 2020

Our PhD studentships are linked to PenARC project and priority areas and are an important...
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Groundbreaking role for operational research in NHS decision-making

12 February 2020

A pioneering collaboration between PenARC and University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust (UHP) has led to...
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News

Research Projects

Understanding research priorities for young people with long term health conditions

Theme: ARC - Complex Care

A project to identify and describe, through patient and public involvement activities, the research needs of...
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Getting Up Following a Fall

Theme: ARC - Complex Care

Although there is evidence that falls can be prevented, little attention has been paid to...
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Research Projects