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Anthony (Tony) Bell

Probationary Research Student

Research Interests

Tony Bell is a probationary DPhil student with a broad interest in matters of medical anthropology and global health. More specifically, his interests include: the overuse of antibiotics in primary care; bio-social understandings and the control of infectious disease; palliative and end of life care and health promotion within marginalised and disadvantaged groups. 

His DPhil is centred on exploring the wider socio-cultural determinants (like socio-economic deprivation and ethnicity) behind antibiotic use within the Scottish context.   

Tony also has a specific methodological interest in applied qualitative research, especially in synthesising more abstract theoretical work with grounded recommendations for policy and practice.       

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