CLAHRC Research Fellow
I currently hold a fellowship funded by the NIHR Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC) Oxford, to explore the use of online patient feedback in influencing UK Health Policy, and service delivery and improvement.
In general, my research largely focuses on people's experiences of conditions that affect their health and wellbeing. I have a particular interest in acquired brain injury (ABI) and have conducted research about social inclusion following paediatric ABI, public perceptions of survivors of brain injury and, more recently, about people's experiences of life-changing injuries, including brain injury, spinal injury, limb loss, sensory loss and burns, published on healthtalk.org in 2013.
I also have an interest in involving patients or members of the public in health research and worked with Louise Locock on a Biomedical Research Centre funded project on patient and public involvement (PPI) in health/medical research from patients and researchers' perspectives.
I teach Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis, Advanced interview skills, Interviewing children, Ethics in research and Judging quality in qualitative research on the department's MSc in Evidence Based Health Care and on the Health Experiences Research Group's qualitative research methods teaching programme.
Cognitive and behavioural strategies for self-directed weight loss: systematic review of qualitative studies
Hartmann-Boyce J. et al, (2017), Obesity Reviews, 18, 335 - 349
Powell J. et al, (2016), Digital Health, 2
Locock L. and Boylan AMR., (2016), Health Expectations, 19, 805 - 816
Locock L. et al, (2016), Health Expectations
Crocker JC. et al, (2016), Health Expectations