Areas of Expertise

  • Public and patient involvement in research
  • qualitative research methods


  1. & Community-based interventions to prevent fatal overdose from illegal drugs: a systematic review protocol: Table 1. BMJ Open 5(11), e008981
  2. & Involving older people in a multi-centre randomised trial of a complex intervention in pre-hospital emergency care: implementation of a collaborative model. Trials 16(1)
  3. & Equity and service innovation: the implementation of a bibliotherapy scheme in Wales. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 13(2), 26-31.
  4. & ‘Getting involved means making a difference?’ Insider views on the impact of a ‘healthy living’ community intervention. Critical Public Health 18(2), 211-224.
  5. & 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

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  • 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.


  • Discerning the Feelings of the Autistic Individual Towards an Autism Cure (current)

    Student name:
    Other supervisor: Ms Bridie Evans
    Other supervisor: Dr Alison Porter