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Dphils 2017 © Nasir Hamid

Ali Albasri
Novel strategies to improve the diagnosis and management of hypertension.
Supervisors: Professor Richard McManus, Dr James Sheppard

Charlotte Albury
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) 

Filippo Bianchi
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 

Niklas Bobrovitz
Identifying and prioritizing evidence-based interventions to reduce unscheduled hospital admissions.
Supervisors: Professor Carl Heneghan, Dr Kamal Mahtani 

Dylan Collins
Optimising cardiovascular risk assessment for resource-limited settings.
Supervisors: Professor Carl Heneghan, Dr Alison Ward

James Duffy
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

Abigail Eccles
People with multiple sclerosis and their experiences of decision making about treatment and care - an explorative study.
Supervisors: Dr Sara Ryan, Dr Angela Coulter 

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 Fanshawe, Professor Noel McCarthy (Warwick Medical School), Dr Maria Violato 

Benjamin Feakins
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 

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 

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

Clare Goyder
Diagnosis of heart failure in primary care
Supervisors: Professor Richard Hobbs, Dr Clare Taylor

Jennifer Hirst
HbA1c testing in primary care
Supervisors: Professor Andrew Farmer, Dr Richard Stevens, Dr Veronika Williams

Constantinos Koshiaris
Reducing delay in the diagnosis of myeloma. Developing of a diagnostic algorithm for earlier myeloma detection.
Supervisors: Dr Ann Van den Bruel, Dr Jason Oke. 

Nami Minorikawa
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

Tonny Muthee
The intersection of primary health care, public health and policy in the management of cardiovascular disease in resource-limited settings.
Supervisor: Professor Carl Heneghan

Brian Nicholson
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)

Jack O'Sullivan
Evidence-based appraisal of imaging trends in UK primary care.
Supervisors: Professor Carl Heneghan, Professor Rafael Perera

Igho Onakpoya
An evidence-based approach for monitoring and reporting of adverse drug events and reactions.
Supervisors: Professor Carl Heneghan, Dr Jeffrey Aronson

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). 

Louise Pealing
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). 

Caitlin Pilbeam
An anthropological study of the development and use of ALTs, linked to the SCALS research programme.
Supervisors: Professor Trish Greenhalgh 

Jessica Price
Under-5 mortality in rural South Africa
Supervisors: Professor Anthony Harnden

Georgia Richards
How to improve the public's understanding of commonly prescribed medicines to reduce their inappropriate use
Supervisors: Professor Carl Heneghan, Dr Kamal Mahtani

Markus Schichtel
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 

Sarah Stevens
Improving cardiovascular risk prediction through more accurate and alternative methods of blood pressure measurement.
Supervisors: Professor Richard McManus, Dr Richard Stevens 

Oliver van Hecke
Behaviours and consequences associated with antibiotic prescribing and resistance in primary care: Implications for intervention.
Supervisors: Professor Chris Butler, Dr Kay Wang 

Merryn Voysey
Multivariate meta-analysis of studies with multiple correlated outcomes.
Supervisors: Professor Rafael Perera, Dr Thomas Fanshawe