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Martin Williams

Director NIHR Research Design Service East Midlands

School/Department: Health Sciences, Department of

Telephone: +44 (0)116 252 5419

Email: mjw48@leicester.ac.uk

Profile

Martin is Director of NIHR Research Design Service East Midlands Director of NIHR Research Design Service National Office and Chair of NIHR Research Design Service National Strategy Group. Martin has over 20 years’ experience of leading research support and delivery organisations and is currently Director of Research Design Service in the East Midlands. The Research Design Service is a national network that supports researchers to develop and design high quality research proposals for submission to NIHR funding programmes and other open national peer reviewed funding competitions for health or social care research. The RDS represents a key contribution to the NIHR’s commitment to delivery of high-quality health and social care research. 

Research

NIHR Research Design Service National Office Grant holders: M Williams (PI) Funding body: National Institute for Health Research Value: £635437 Duration: 2019 - 2023 NIHR Research Design Service East Midlands 3rd contract Grant holders: M Williams (PI) S Armstrong K Abrams A Avery N Brunskill L Duley T Grieve K Khunti G Martin M Orrell S Ryder N Siriwardena Funding body: National Institute for Health Research Value: £5137500 Duration: 2018 - 2023 NIHR Research Design Service East Midlands 2nd contract Grant holders: M Williams (PI) S Armstrong A Wilson A Avery J Campbell N Siriwardena T Grieve R Baker M Dixon-Woods D Whynes W Toff L Duley Funding body: National Institute for Health Research Value: £3596250 Duration: 2015 - 2018 NIHR Research Design Service East Midlands 1st contract Grant holders: H Fortnum M Williams (Co-PI) A Avery A Wilson R Baker S Armstrong J Campbell T Grieve N Sirowardena Funding body: National Institute for Health Research Value: £5137500 Duration: 2010 - 2015 

Publications

(0) Baker R, Robertson N, Rogers S, Davies M, Brunskill N, Khunti K, Steiner M, Williams M and Sinfield P. (2009) The National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC) for Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Rutland (LNR): a programme protocol. Implementation Science, 4:72 doi:10.1186/1748-5908-4-72

Tyrer F, Williams M, Feathers L, Faull C, Baker I. (2009) Factors that influence decisions about cardiopulmonary resuscitation: the views of doctors and medical students. Postgraduate Medical Journal, Nov 85 (1009) 564-8. 

Feathers L, Faull C, Tyrer F, Williams M, Baker I.  (2009) Resuscitation decisions among hospital physicians and intensivists. Response to Brims et al. (Clinical Medicine; 9:16-20). Clinical Medicine 9:298

Cooke J, Nancarrow S, Dyas J, Williams, M. (2008) An evaluation of the Designated Research Team approach to building research capacity in primary care. BMC Family Practice, 9(37).

Hutton, A & Williams, M. (2005) Supporting Young Carers: A Practice Guide for Health and Social Care Professionals in Children’s and Adult Services. Barnardo’s UK.

Long, CG, Williams, MJ, Midgley M, Hollin CR (2000) Within-program factors as predictors of drinking outcome following cognitive-behavioural treatment. Addictive Behaviours, 25(4), 573-578.

Saks, M., Williams, M. and Hancock, B. (eds) (2000) Developing Research in Primary Care. Radcliffe Medical Press: Oxford.

Wilson, A., Williams, M. and Hancock, B. (eds) (2000) Research Approaches in Primary Care. Radcliffe Medical Press: Oxford.

Mathers, N., Williams, M. and Hancock, B. (eds) (2000) Statistical Analysis in Primary Care. Radcliffe Medical Press: Oxford.

 
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