Qualitative Research Fellow
Dr Marta Santillo is a Qualitative Research Fellow within the Infectious Diseases Research Group.
Marta is currently involved in the development and evaluation of an health intervention on penicillin allergy testing, as part of the ALABAMA (Allergy Antibiotics And Microbial Resistance) project.
Marta worked as Research Fellow within the Centre of Applications of Health Psychology, University of Southampton, and was involved in the development of an online health intervention on antibiotic reduction, as part of the ARK (Antibiotic Review Kit) project.
Marta completed a PhD in Health and Social Psychology, at the School of Psychology, University of Leeds. Her research focused on the effects of the quality of intergroup contact between doctors and nurses on professional communication and attitudes. During her PhD Marta also worked as Research Fellow as part of the Quality and Safety Research Team at the Bradford Institute for Health Research. She was involved in the development and delivery of Behaviour Change Interventions on Patient Safety for health care professionals.
Penicillin allergy status and its effect on antibiotic prescribing, patient outcomes and antimicrobial resistance (ALABAMA): protocol for a multicentre, parallel-arm, open-label, randomised pragmatic trial
Armitage KF. et al, (2023), BMJ Open, 13
Management of asthma in primary care in the changing context of the COVID-19 pandemic: a qualitative longitudinal study with patients.
Santillo M. et al, (2023), Br J Gen Pract
Qualitative study on perceptions of use of Fractional Exhaled Nitric Oxide (FeNO) in asthma reviews
Santillo M. et al, (2022), npj Primary Care Respiratory Medicine, 32
Mixed-methods evaluation of a behavioural intervention package to identify and amend incorrect penicillin allergy records in UK general practice
Wanat M. et al, (2022), BMJ OPEN, 12
The value, challenges and practical considerations of conducting qualitative research on antimicrobial stewardship in primary care
WANAT M. et al, (2022), JAC Antimicrobial Resistance