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Maryam Ahmadyar
Understanding interventions to improve access of homeless people to general dental services in England: A realist review and evaluation
Supervisors: Dr Geoff Wong

Ali Albasri
Optimising the management of hypertension in pharmacies
Supervisors: Professor Richard McManusDr James Sheppard, Dr Suman Prinjha

Charlotte Albury
Using conversation analysis to evaluate and design a brief weight loss intervention in primary care
Supervisors: Professor Paul AveyardProfessor Sue Ziebland, Dr Liz Stokoe (Loughborough University) 

Helen Ashdown

Predicting inhaled steroid responsiveness using near-patient testing: personalising long-term management of COPD in primary care

Supervisors: Professor Chris Butler, Dr Emily McFadden, Dr Margaret Smith, Dr Mona Badfahel (NDM)

Eleanor Barry

Understanding ‘Pre-Diabetes’ From The Patient’s Perspective. A mixed-methods qualitative study to improve the success of diabetes prevention strategies

Supervisors: Professor Trish Greenhalgh, Dr Sara Shaw

Filippo Bianchi
Developing and evaluating behavioural interventions to reduce meat consumption
Supervisors: Professor Susan JebbDr Brian Cook

Niklas Bobrovitz
Identifying and prioritising interventions to reduce emergency hospital admissions
Supervisors: Professor Carl Heneghan, Dr Kamal Mahtani 

Nicholas DeVito

Using Audit and Feedback to Create Positive Change in Clinical Trials Transparency

Supervisors: Professor Carl Heneghan, Dr Kamal Mahtani, Dr Ben Goldacre

Jienchi Dorward

Point-of-care viral load testing and mHealth adherence support to enhance primary care HIV services in South Africa

Supervisors: Professor Chris Butler

Oluwaseun Esan
Estimating the burden of complication from common gastrointestinal infections and remediable factors that contribute to this burden
Supervisors: Professor Rafael Perera, Dr Thomas FanshaweProfessor Noel McCarthy (Warwick Medical School)Dr Mara Violato (NDPH) 

Kerstin Frie
Development and feasibility testing of an intervention to support people to lose weight through daily weighing.
Supervisors: Professor Paul Aveyard, Professor Susan Jebb, Dr Jamie Hartmann-Boyce

Kome Gbinigie
The diagnosis and management of bacterial infections in older adults
Supervisors: Professor Carl HeneghanProfessor Chris Butler, Dr Anne-Marie Boylan 

Clare Goyder
Pathway of Patients Diagnosed with Heart Failure in Primary Care

Supervisors: Professor Richard Hobbs, Dr Clare Taylor

Alexandra Jager

Towards a framework for the incorporation of Big Data throughout the NHS primary care commissioning cycle: a realist synthesis and evaluation

Supervisors: Dr Geoff Wong, Dr Chrysanthi Papoutsi

Bethany Jakubowski

Self-management and self-testing of blood pressure and proteinuria during hypertensive pregnancy

Supervisors: Professor Richard McManus, Dr Kath Tucker

Nicholas Jones

Reducing stroke risk for patients with heart failure and atrial fibrillation in primary care

Supervisors: Professor Richard Hobbs, Dr Clare Taylor

Mona Koshkouei

The Operational and Clinical Impact of Regulatory Change on Pharmacy Practice: The Implementation of the European Union Falsified Medicines Directive in the United Kingdom

Supervisors: Professor Trish Greenhalgh, Professor Gary Ford (RDM), Professor Sue Dopson (SBS)

Tonny Muthee
Targeted prevention and management of cardiovascular risk in low and middle income countries; an implementation intervention for cardiovascular risk scoring in Kenya

Supervisor: Professor Carl Heneghan, Dr Veronika Williams, Dr David Nunan, Dr Anthony Etyang (KEMRI-Wellcome Trust)

Brian Nicholson
Weight loss as a predictor of 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, Dr Carmen Piernas-Sanchez

Louise Pealing
OPTIMUM-BP: self-monitoring of blood pressure in pregnancy
Supervisors: Professor Richard McManus, Professor Sue Ziebland, Dr Lucy Chappell (Kings College London). 

Caitlin Pilbeam
Living whilst dying: exploring a life worth living with heart failure
Supervisors: Professor Trish GreenhalghDr Caroline Potter (School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography)

Jessica Price
A comparison of the epidemiology of in-hospital and at-home childhood deaths in rural South Africa and suggested health systems interventions
Supervisors: Professor Anthony Harnden, Dr Merlin Willcox (University of Southampton), Dr Kathleen Kahn (WITS University)

Georgia Richards
Optimising the prescribing of analgesics: an evidence-based approach to reduce inappropriate prescribing
Supervisors: Professor Carl Heneghan, Dr Kamal Mahtani, Dr Ben Goldacre

Markus Schichtel
Optimising the implementation of advance care planning in heart failure
Supervisors: Professor Rafael Perera, Professor Bee Wee, Dr John MacArtney 

Julian Treadwell

Improving GPs' knowledge of benefits and harms of treatments to support decision making in multimorbidity: qualitative research and co-design

Supervisors: Professor Trish Greenhalgh, Dr Kamal Mahtani, Dr Joanna Crocker, Professor Gina Neff (OII)

Jacqueline Walumbe

Supporting successful self-management strategies for people living with chronic pain who have been excluded from pain programmes

Supervisors: Dr Sara Shaw, Professor Alan Silman (NDORMS)

William Warr

Implementation of obesity treatments into primary care

Supervisors: Professor Richard Hobbs, Professor Sue Ziebland, Professor Paul Aveyard, Dr Kate Tudor, Professor John Bell (MSD), Professor Robbie Foy (University of Leeds)

Helene-Mari van der Westhuizen

Translating policy into practice: reducing nosocomial Tuberculosis transmission in South Africa

Supervisors: Professor Chris Butler