Senior Research Officer
Medicine
Telephone: (01792) 606844
Room: Open plan office CNH / CMED - 203
Second Floor
Institute of Life Science 2
Singleton Campus

Research Officer in the Patient and Population Health and Informatics team in the College of Medicine. Currently project and data manager for the National Institute of Health Research funded PRISMATIC trial. This trial is evaluating the effects on health delivery and outcomes of the introduction of an emergency admission risk prediction tool in 32 general practices in the Abertawe Bro Morgannwyg University Health Board area.
Before joining the university Mark worked for the National Leadership and Innovation Agency for Healthcare (NLIAH) and for social research organisation, Opinion Research Services.

Areas of Expertise

  • Emergency admissions risk
  • chronic conditions
  • primary care
  • social network analysis

Publications

  1. Kingston, M. Initial uses of the PRISM risk stratification tool in CCM Demonstrator sites: a qualitative study Wales National Leadership and Innovation Agency for Healthcare
  2. Kingston, M., Evans, B., Nelson, K., Hutchings, H., Russell, I., Snooks, H. Costs, effects and implementation of routine data emergency admission risk prediction models in primary care for patients with, or at risk of, chronic conditions: a systematic review protocol BMJ Open 6 3 e009653
  3. Porter, A., Kingston, M., Evans, B., Hutchings, H., Whitman, S., Snooks, H. It could be a ‘Golden Goose’: a qualitative study of views in primary care on an emergency admission risk prediction tool prior to implementation BMC Family Practice 17 1
  4. Kingston, M., Evans, B., Nelson, K., Hutchings, H., Russell, I., Snooks, H. Costs, effects and implementation of routine data emergency admission risk prediction models in primary care for patients with, or at risk of, chronic conditions: a systematic review protocol BMJ Open 6 3 e009653
  5. Porter, A., Badshah, A., Black, S., Fitzpatrick, D., Harris-Mayes, R., Islam, S., Jones, M., Kingston, M., LaFlamme-Williams, Y., Mason, S., McNee, K., Morgan, H., Morrison, Z., Mountain, P., Potts, H., Rees, N., Shaw, D., Siriwardena, N., Snooks, H., Spaight, R., Williams, V. Electronic health records in ambulances: the ERA multiple-methods study Health Services and Delivery Research 8 10 1 140

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.

  • PM-315 Skills For Geneticists III

    The module aims to develop the student¿s ability to critically analyse and synthesise advanced research topics in genetics and molecular biology, and their oral and written scientific presentation skills.

  • 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.

Research Groups

  • Patient & Population Health and Informatics (PPHI)

    PPHI is a multidisciplinary research centre of international standing, conducting eHealth and Informatics Research, Health Services Research and Population Health Studies. Its goal is to make a difference to people’s lives by substantially improving their health and the delivery of health services.