Areas of Expertise

  • Qualitative Research
  • Education and Health
  • Mental Health

Publications

  1. Khanom, A., Alanazy, W., Ellis, ., Evans, B., Fagan, L., Glendenning, A., Jones, M., John, A., Khan, T., Kingston, M., Manning, C., Moyo, S., Porter, A., Rhydderch, M., Richardson, ., Rungua, G., Russell, D., Russell, ., Scott, R., Stielke, A., Williams, V., Snooks, . The Health Experiences of Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Wales: Technical Report of the HEAR Study Cardiff, Wales
  2. Morgan, K., Khanom, A., Hill, R., Lyons, R., Brophy, S. Cohort Profile: Growing Up in Wales: The Environments for Healthy Living study International Journal of Epidemiology 45 2 364 373
  3. Khanom, A., Hill, R., Morgan, K., Rapport, F., Lyons, R., Brophy, S. Parental recommendations for population level interventions to support infant and family dietary choices: a qualitative study from the Growing Up in Wales, Environments for Healthy Living (EHL) study BMC Public Health 15 234
  4. Merrell, J., Olumide, G., Khanom, A. ‘Work in progress’: nurse educators' views on preparing pre-registration nursing students in Wales for practice in multi-ethnic environments Journal of Research in Nursing 19 6 490 501
  5. Morgan, K., Rahman, M., Macey, S., Atkinson, M., Hill, R., Khanom, A., Paranjothy, S., Jami Husain, M., Brophy, S. Obesity in pregnancy: a retrospective prevalence-based study on health service utilisation and costs on the NHS. BMJ Open

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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.