University of Sheffield
30 Regent Street
In 2014 I joined the Health Services Research Section of ScHARR and have worked on a number of research studies in the field of Emergency Care Research, including; identifying alternative care pathways for frequent users of the ED and an evaluation of GP services co-located with the ED across Yorkshire and the Humber. I graduated from the University of Sheffield in 2013 with an MA in Social Research and prior to that I was awarded a BSC in Applied Psychology.
My research interests involve developing new and innovative pathways of care for patients attending the Emergency Department.
- Patient and staff perspectives on the reasons for attendances at the ED across Yorkshire and the Humber (Funded by the British Medical Association) - This is a mixed methods study including routine data analysis, a patient survey and qualitative interviews with ED staff.
- CLARCH Avoiding Attendance and Admission in Long Term Conditions Theme
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