Projects per year
I am a senior health care scientist, focusing on the use of applied evidence synthesis in research project development.
I advise and lead on projects concerning
- Health services research at the primary health care and secondary health care interface.
- The health of older people with a focus on self-management and supportive care
- Cancer care with a focus on self-management and supportive care.
Primary health care and secondary health care interface
DIPP study: a systematic review of optic nerve imaging to distinguish papilloedema from pseudopailloedema. (UHB & Weston Above & Beyond funding Co-PI)
PLANET study: non-urological causes of nocturia with the aim of improving referrals. (NIHR-RfPB, Co-applicant)
Health of older people
Heart failure and fatigue : a systematic review and meta-analysis of self mangement approaches (SPCR Evidence synthesis working group, Co-PI)
MAB study: pilot feasibility RCT of Mistletoe And Breast cancer.(Society for cancer research, Switzerland, Co-PI)
Women & Cancer: Supporting treatment adherance and survivorship (UoB Cancer fund, PI)
I am a graduate the University of Bath and was awarded my PhD from the Institute of Child Health (UCL) in 1996. I held previous appointments at the University of Leicester (1996-1999) and the University of Exeter (1999-2006). I have contributed to several NICE guidance whilst working at the National Collaborating Centre for Women’s and children’s Health (2006-2009). I have also worked in health care consultancy.
I have extensive experience of systematic review and evidence synthesis methodology. I have a special interest in mixed methods synthesis reviews and has published an exemplar paper of synthesis of quantitative and qualitative data.
- Thematic synthesis
- Mixed methods synthesis (sequential & integrated)
- Rapid reviews
- Overviews (umbrella reviews)
Patient involvement and health professional consultation
- Patient and public involvement (PPI) and health professional consultation has been a part of my stand alone and applied evidence synthesis projects since 2011.
SC projects Year 2 and year 3 medical students
Other research activities
Member of NIHR SPCR Evidence synthesis working group.
I run the Complementary and Integrative Medicine Group. This brings together people from within the Unversity of Bristol, the University of the West England and non-academic stakeholders.
Community health care
Supportive care for cancer
Complementary approches to health
Systematic review and evidence synthesis methodology
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1/01/20 → 1/02/22
1/06/14 → 31/03/15
Antibiotic-induced changes in the human gut microbiota for the most commonly prescribed antibiotics in primary care in the UK: a systematic reviewElvers, K. T., Wilson, V. J., Hammond, A., Duncan, L., Huntley, A. L., Hay, A. D. & Van Der Werf, E. T., 21 Sep 2020, In: BMJ Open. 10, 9, 24 p., e035677.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (Academic Journal) › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile17 Downloads (Pure)
A systematic review and evidence synthesis of non-medical triage, self-referral and direct access services for patients with musculoskeletal painBabatunde, O. O., Bishop, A., Cottrell, E., Jordan, J. L., Corp, N., Humphries, K., Hadley-Barrows, T., Huntley, A. L. & van der Windt, D. A., 6 Jul 2020, In: PLoS ONE. 15, 7, p. e0235364
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (Academic Journal) › peer-review
Sillero Rejon, C., McLeod, H. S. T. & Huntley, A. L., 13 May 2020, NIHR Applied Research Collaboration West.
Research output: Other contributionOpen Access