Areas of Expertise

  • Public and patient involvement in research
  • qualitative research methods

Publications

  1. Snooks, H., Evans, A., Wells, B., Peconi, J., Thomas, M., Woollard, M., Guly, H., Jenkinson, E., Turner, J., Hartley-Sharpe, C., Evans, B. What are the highest priorities for research in emergency prehospital care? Emergency Medicine Journal 26 8 549 550
  2. Lowe, R., Porter, A., Snooks, H., Button, L., Evans, B. The association between illness representation profiles and use of unscheduled urgent and emergency health care services British Journal of Health Psychology 16 4 862 879
  3. Snooks, H., Evans, B., Cohen, D., Nugent, M., Rapport, F., Skone, J., Meredith, A., Davies, T., O'Sullivan, D. Costs and effects of a 'healthy living' approach to community development in two deprived communities: findings from a mixed methods study BMC Public Health 11 1 25
  4. Snooks, H., Evans, A., Wells, B., Peconi, J., Thomas, M., Woollard, M., Guly, H., Jenkinson, E., Turner, J., Hartley-Sharpe, C., Snooks, H., Evans, B., Wells, B. What are the highest priorities for research in emergency prehospital care? Emergency Medicine Journal 26 8 549 550
  5. Snooks, H., Evans, A., Wells, B., Peconi, J., Thomas, M., Archer, F., Evans, B. What are the highest priorities for research in emergency prehospital care? Results of a review and Delphi consultation exercise Journal of Emergency Primary Health Care 6 4

See more...

Teaching

  • PM-263 Health Services Research

    This module is designed to further develop students┬┐ knowledge and understanding of the ways in which different healthcare systems, structures and organisations impact on health populations. It utilises examples from Health Services Research, to examine how people get access to health care practitioners and health care services, how much care costs, and what happens to patients as a result of this care. In addition, the module will explore how social factors, health policy, financing systems, organizational structures and health processes, medical technology, and personal behaviors affect access to health care, the quality and cost of health care, and quantity and quality of life.

  • PMRM01 Critical Appraisal and Evaluation

    This module will explore the key concepts and topics that are related to the research process from defining evidence based practice, reviewing the literature (systematic and narrative), formulating research questions, critical appraisal frameworks, research design (quantitative and qualitative), clinical audit and introduce the students to the application of data analysis.

Supervision

  • Discerning the Feelings of Autistic Individuals Towards a Hypothetical Autism Cure (current)

    MRes
    Other supervisor: Ms Bridie Evans
    Other supervisor: Dr Alison Porter