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Amadea Turk

BSc MSc

Research Assistant (Ann McPherson Fellowship)

I am the Ann McPherson Fellow and research assistant for the Health Experiences Research Group. 
My role involves assisting senior researchers on a variety of projects investigating people's experiences of health and illness.

Projects I have worked on:

- I have produced a guide for researchers undertaking patient and public involvement commissioned by the NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre

- Disability Narratives Project funded by the Vice Chancellor's Diversity Fund

- Online reviews and ratings of general practices on NHS choices

- The INQUIRE Project

- A systematic review assessing the impact of patient and public on recruitment and retention in clinical trials

I hold a master's degree in Medical Anthropology from the University of Oxford and my interests lie in health inequalities research and particularly the role primary care has to play in addressing them.

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