Professor Gene Feder

Professor Feder’s expertise includes Cardiovascular health – in particular the diagnosis and management of angina and using cardiovascular risk as a basis of treatment decisions. He was was a co-applicant on our successful bid to secure funding for the Identification and Referral to Improve Safety (IRIS): Improving the response to domestic violence and abuse project and is working with us from his base at the University of Bristol.

Dr Janet Anderson

Dr Anderson is a human factors psychologist specialising in the quality and safety of healthcare. She was a co-applicant on our bid to reseach implementation of the QUASER guide across hospitals – the project entitled Implementation and evaluation of a guide for NHS boards to develop their quality improvement (QI) strategies (iQUASER)

Dr Susan Burnett

Dr Burnett has a research interests  patient safety, comparing the approaches taken in different European countries; organisational strategies to improve patient safety; and the role of the Board, senior leaders and managers in patient safety including the impact of management systems on the reliability of healthcare. She is a co-applicant on our project assessing Implementation and evaluation of a research-based guide for NHS boards to develop their quality improvement (QI) strategies (iQUASER)

Professor Glenn Robert

Professor Robert has research interests around  frameworks and methods to address  organisational design and development challenges facing the NHS; evaluating quality and knowledge management initiatives. He is a co-applicant on our project working with NHS Boards on Quality Improvement –  Implementation and evaluation of a research-based guide for NHS boards to develop their quality improvement (QI) strategies (iQUASER)

Anna Dowrick

Anna is an NIHR funded PhD student evaluating the implementation of a primary care domestic violence training programme. Anna’s work relates to our Identification and Referral to Improve Safety (IRIS): Improving the response to domestic violence and abuse project.

She has an interest  in translational research, qualitative methods, gender, health inequalities and participatory approaches to research.

 

Nehla Djellouli

Nehla is aligned to our Systems and Models theme. Her PhD is entitled Developing Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) in Large-Scale Change. The research will use qualitative methods to identify ways to improve processes to involve patients and the public in decisions about major service change and to evaluate the effectiveness of PPI in the context of large-scale change.