Utilising conversational analysis methods to review and improve brief weight loss interventions in primary care.
Supervisors: Professor Paul Aveyard, Professor Sue Ziebland, Dr Liz Stokoe (Loughborough University)
Strategies currently used by general practitioners and nurses to foster weight loss related behaviours among overweight patients attending primary care services.
Supervisors: Professor Susan Jebb, Professor Paul Aveyard
Developing, disseminating, and implementing a core outcome set for pre-eclampsia.
Using qualitative research methods to examine women's lived experience of pre-eclampsia.
Supervisors: Professor Richard McManus, Professor Sue Ziebland
Estimating the burden of complication from common gastrointestinal infections and remediable factors that contribute to this burden.
Supervisors: Professor Rafael Perera, Dr Thomas Fanshawe, Professor Noel McCarthy (Warwick Medical School), Dr Maria Violato
Competing risks survival analysis and its applications to vascular and neoplastic outcomes in diabetic nephropathy.
Supervisors: Dr Richard Stevens, Dr Emily McFadden, Professor Andrew Farmer
How could shared patient experience support the transition to insulin therapy in non-insulin-treated adults with Type 2 diabetes in the UK?
Supervisors: Professor Louise Locock, Professor Andrew Farmer
The intersection of primary health care, public health and policy in the management of cardiovascular disease in resource-limited settings.
Supervisor: Professor Carl Heneghan
The predictive value of weight loss for cancer in primary care.
Supervisors: Professor Richard Hobbs, Professor Paul Aveyard, Professor Willie Hamilton (University of Exeter Medical School)
Sarah Payne Riches
Development and feasibility testing of a behavioural intervention to reduce salt intake.
Supervisors: Professor Susan Jebb, Professor Paul Aveyard, Professor Louise Locock, Professor Mike Rayner (Department of Population Health).
Evaluating the potential role for blood pressure self-monitoring for managing chronic hypertension during pregnancy.
Supervisors: Professor Richard McManus, Professor Sue Ziebland, Dr Lucy Chappell (Kings College London).
An anthropological study of the development and use of ALTs, linked to the SCALS research programme.
Supervisors: Professor Trish Greenhalgh, Dr Caroline Potter (School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography)
Training clinicians to deliver advance care planning in end-of-life care for patients with heart failure: A feasibility randomised controlled trial.
Supervisors: Professor Rafael Perera, Professor Bee Wee, Dr John MacArtney