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Staff Profile

Prof Rod Sheaff

Professor in Health Services Research

Kath Maguire

For PenCLAHRC I have contributed to the VTE ,COCOA and PFMT projects. I also research health-care commissioning; primary care integration; the organisation of professional partnerships and co-operatives; the conduct and governance of NHS boards; preventing recurrent hospital admissions for older people; healthcare networks, having researched in Germany, Italy, Russia, Portugal and the USA and elsewhere.

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Contact by phone
01752 586652

Employed by
Plymouth University

Areas of expertise
Health Policy, Implementation, Organisational Theory, International Health Systems

Projects

The Patient Safety Collaborative Evaluation Study (PiSCES)

VTE

Pelvic Floor Muscle Training

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

Person-Centred Coordinated Care (P3C)

Publications

Implementation of evidence-based national guidance on venous thromboembolism prophylaxis for hospital in-patients in England

Has incentive payment improved venous thrombo-embolism risk assessment and treatment of hospital in-patients?

Understanding professional partnerships and non-hierarchical organisations (OP112 report)

The implementation of NICE guidance on venous thromboembolism risk assessment and prophylaxis: A before- after observational study to assess the impact on patient safety across four hospitals in England

Integration and continuity of primary care: polyclinics and alternatives - a patient-centred analysis of how organisation constrains care co-ordination

Bridging the discursive gap between lay and medical discourse in care coordination

Evaluating a Dementia Learning Community: exploratory study and research implications

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.

(COCOA) Care for Offenders Continuity of Access

Risks, dangers and competing clinical decisions on venous thromboembolism prophylaxis in hospital care

General practitioner contributions to achieving sustained healthcare for offenders: a quantitative study

How can frontline expertise and new models of care best contribute to safely reducing avoidable acute admissions? A mixed-methods study of four acute hospitals.

Upcoming Events

Nov
01

Making Sense of Health Research...

Buckfast Abbey Conference Centre, TQ11 0EG

  Making Sense of Health Research Annual Conference Friday 1st November, Buckfast Abbey Conference Centre At PenARC we believe...
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Nov
12

PPI Advice Clinic

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

Social prescribing – who does it work for and why?

10 October 2019

In a time when people are living longer, but with more complex healthcare needs, GPs...
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Research Fellow - Researcher in Residence (RiR) - Social Prescribing

07 October 2019

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Research Fellow to join the Community and Primary...
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Domestic violence and abuse: how NIHR research is helping families in the South West

03 October 2019

Domestic violence and abuse is devastating and impacts the whole family, not just the person...
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