Mental Health in Emergency Departments
How effective was a programme to improve NHS orthopaedic care in England? Evaluating Getting it Right First Time (GIRFT)
NHS 111/Urgent Care Patient Relationship Manager Evaluation
Impact and experiences of delayed discharge: A mixed studies systematic review
Linkage of Health and local authority data at household level
Using MRI perfusion images to stratify brain tumours
Application of multi-state models to prostate cancer screening
Social Care Prevention
Effectiveness and acceptability of metformin in preventing the onset of type 2 diabetes after gestational diabetes in postnatal women: A feasibility study for a randomised, blinded placebo-controlled trial
Effectiveness and acceptability of myo-inositiol nutritional supplement in the prevention of gestational diabetes: a pilot placebo-controlled double-blind randomised trial
Prevention of progression to type 2 diabetes in women with gestational diabetes: A feasibility study for randomised trial on a Mediterranean diet
Angela Harden is a Professor of Community and Family Health. She is a social scientist with expertise in public health and evidence-informed policy and practice. She has conducted extensive research into the health of young people and the communities in which they live. Key themes in her research include sexual and reproductive health, mental health, health inequalities, the wider determinants of health and the evaluation of complex interventions. Angela has a keen interest in research synthesis, transfer and exchange. She is widely known for her methodological work integrating qualitative research into systematic reviews. Motivated by a desire to learn from the views and experiences of those targeted by public health interventions, this work has received international acclaim.
Before joining UEL Angela held research and teaching positions in a number of universities including the Institute of Education at the University of London, Kings College, and Middlesex University. In 2003 she was awarded a four year senior research fellowship by the Department of Health on the promotion of young people’s health. Her most recent post was as Associate Director of the Evidence for Policy and Practice Information and Co-ordinating Centre at the Social Science Research Unit, Institute of Education. Here she ran a number of large research projects as well as contributing to the design and delivery of a new MSc in Evidence Informed Policy and Practice. Between 2005 and 2008 she co-directed the Methods for Research Synthesis Node of the ESRC National Centre for Research Methods. Internationally, Angela is an active contributor to the Cochrane and Campbell collaborations. She is a co-convenor of the Cochrane Qualitative Methods Research Group and was a co-director of the Cochrane Health Promotion and Public Health Field until it became the Cochrane Public Health Review Group in 2008. She now serves on the methodological advisory board for this new research group.
As a newly appointed Professor of Community and Family Health, Angela’s remit is to develop a programme of research linked to improving the health of Newham. Working closely with colleagues in UEL, Newham University Hospital Trust and relevant external partners, she will focus on research with local relevance for improving health and reducing inequalities. Please click here for more details on this research programme.
Mike Roberts is an NHS Consultant Respiratory Physician at The Princess Alexandra Hospital and Community Services for West Essex. He also holds posts as Clinical Academic Lead for Population Health for UCLParters Academic Health Science Network, Clinical Director of the National Asthma and COPD Audit Programmes, and is hosted within the Institute of Primary Care and Population Health at Queen Mary University of London.
Nora is a Clinical Reader in Applied Health Research / Honorary Consultant in Public Health Medicine and has a clinical background with specialty training in both Family Medicine and Public Health Medicine. Her research is in cancer screening, particularly personalised screening. She is the graduate tutor, and the educational supervisor for public health specialty registrars at the UCL Department of Applied Health Research. http://iris.ucl.ac.uk/iris/browse/profile?upi=NPASH45