Context in trials of complex interventions; process evaluations; pharmacutical and social prescribing; women's health
I am a health services researcher who specialises in qualitative and ethnographic methods but I also have experience quantitative and mixed methods.
I joined the University of Stirling in May 2015 as a research fellow on the OPAL (Optimising pelvic floor exercises to achieve long-term benefits) longitudinal qualitaitve study and mixed methods parallel process evaluation.
Prior to coming to Stirling I worked at the University of Dundee from 2009 to 2015 as a research fellow on the DQIP (Data-driven quality improvement in primary care) programme grant where I was responible for the pre-trial exploratory work and the mixed method parallel process evaluation.
My PhD was an ethnographic study exploring general practitioners prescribing behaviour, which was conducted at the University of Dundee and completed in 2010.