Clinical Academic Training

Primary care

Consultants hosting AF trainees within the speciality of primary care.

Professor Liz Anderson

Clinical research

I am a regional, national and international leader of interprofessional education aligned to team working and patient safety. I have a range of research projects within medical educational exploring interprofessional simulations, the need for reflection using Portfolios and designing and piloting new learning possibilities in practice, recently bringing together pharmacists and medical students.

Dr Natalie Armstrong

Clinical research

The SAPPHIRE (Social Science Applied to Healthcare Improvement Research) Group in the department of Health Sciences uses social science theory and methods to undertake research and evaluation in order to improve the quality and safety of healthcare. A developing area of interest in the group is around overdiagnosis and overtreatment, which occur when a diagnosis is ‘correct’ according to current standards but the diagnosis or associated treatment has a low probability of benefitting the patient, and may instead be harmful. We would welcome Academic Foundation doctors keen to explore this area further either in general terms or as it relates to a particular clinical area.

Professor Umesh T. Kadam

Clinical research

i) Clinical data programme investigating disease-disease interaction and its influence on outcomes (ii) Methodological focus: systematic reviews, epidemiologic methods, statistics, informatics (iii) Integrated academic-service programme to influence practice and policy.

Dr Samuel Seidu

Clinical research

We undertake cutting-edge research in various areas and diabetes, cardiovascular disease, lifestyle and multimorbitidies.

Our research team is led by world-renown researchers who are very approachable and supportive to all new and young researchers.

Dr Carolyn Tarrant

Clinical research

The SAPPHIRE (Social Science Applied to Healthcare Improvement Research) Group has expertise in qualitative methods and health care improvement, with particular interests in acute care, maternity care, healthcare associated infections, and measurement for improvement. A qualitative project would be available to explore junior doctors' experiences of working in acute care at weekends, in relation to their role and professional development; we would also be happy to discuss other possible research topics.

Dr Chris Williams

Clinical research

A project has been agreed with a trainee already focusing on analysis of qualitative data surrounding the transition between secondary and primary care for oncology patients.

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