Teaching and Postgraduate Supervision

My teaching interests include: medical sociology, qualitative research methods, healthcare improvement research, critical public health, population based screening, women's health, and health policy.

I am an experienced PhD supervisor and have supervised six students to completion to date. My current and completed students are shown below. I am currently able to take on new students in any of my research areas outlined above.

  • PhD supervisor to Fawn Harrad
    Working title: Understanding hospital transfers from care homes in England.
  • PhD supervisor to Julia Clark
    Working title: How can we prevent avoidable stillbirths? Understanding the facilitators and barriers to the implementation of national clinical guidelines in antenatal care for reduced fetal movement.
  • PhD supervisor to Jude Robinson (University of Nottingham)
    Working title: Bundling and unbundling interventions in infection control.
  • PhD supervisor to Caroline Cupit - PhD awarded December 2018, University of Leicester
    Thesis title: An ethnographic study of cardiovascular disease prevention: The social organisation of measures, knowledge, interventions and tensions in English general practice. 
  • PhD supervisor to Elli Gourna - PhD awarded June 2016, University of Leicester 
    Thesis title: A cross-national investigation of professionals' attitudes regarding clinical sequencing and incidental findings.
  • PhD supervisor to Robyn Lotto - PhD awarded November 2015, University of Leicester (Short-listed for College of Medicine, Biological Sciences and Psychology Prize for Excellent PhD Performance)
    Thesis title: Decision-making about congenital anomalies - how do women and their partners make the decision to continue or terminate a pregnancy following suspicion or diagnosis of a severe congenital anomaly?
  • PhD supervisor to Sarah Chew - PhD awarded January 2015, University of Leicester.
    Thesis title: Boundaries and brokerage in research practice collaboration - exploring intermediary roles in context.
  • PhD supervisor to Ainslea Cross - PhD awarded November 2014, University of Leicester.
    Thesis title: Evaluating diabetes intermediate care: patient, healthcare professional and stakeholder views and experiences.
  • PhD supervisor to Wee Liat Chong - PhD awarded May 2009, University of Warwick.
    Thesis title: Concordance in the treatment of alcohol misuse.

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