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I joined PenCLAHRC in August 2009. I am part of the Evidence Synthesis Team that helps to manage the PenARC question prioritisation process and conducts systematic reviews for relevant questions identified from this process. My main areas of interest include improving healthcare for patients and the NHS, the mental health and behaviour of children and young people, Dementia and more recently the support of parents going through neonatal care.
As part of the team I help to run systematic review clinics for those working on their own systematic reviews, and deliver teaching in this area. My main skills are focused on the conduct of systematic reviews in health services research. However, I have also been involved with setting research agendas. The reviews we conduct aim to work with clinicians and service users to answer the questions most relevant to them and their practices and to help bridge the gap between research and practice.
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University of Exeter
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Evidence Synthesis, Health Services Research
03 August 2020
New research has called for urgent action after creating a map that
identifies gaps in...
29 July 2020
Following on from two hugely successful rounds of
PenARC's Health Service Modelling Associate Programme (HSMA),
HSMA 3 will launch...
23 July 2020
A University of Exeter-led national research team,
including PenARC's Evidence Synthesis and Patient and Public
Theme: CLAHRC - Person-Centred Care
Theme: ARC - Methods for Research & Improvement
A tool has been developed to support forecasting resource demand
and staffing capacity in NHS...