Dr Andrew J Moore

BSc Hons (C.Lancs.), PhD (C.Lancs.)

  • BS10 5NB

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Research interests

My research interests are in health services research, intervention development, evaluation and implementation. I'm located within the Musculoskeletal Research Unit in the Bristol Medical School, Translational Health Sciences, University of Bristol. I lead the unit's Qualitative Musculoskeletal Research Group, which conducts qualitative research in orthopaedic surgery and rheumatology.

Currently I lead the NIHR funded INFORM:EP study (INFection and ORthopaedic Management: Evidence into Practice) which aims to implement the evidence from the recently completed NIHR-funded INFORM programme - a 6 year programme of research which aimed to improve the surgical treatment and management of infection after joint replacement.

I work collaboratively with teams across the University of Bristol including obstetrics safety, respiratory and vascular medicine. I supervise a number of NIHR doctoral fellowships, PhD and MD students.

My research interests include:

Orthopaedic surgery and adverse outcomes

Joint arthroplasty

Chronic musculoskeletal pain and osteoarthritis

Physical activity

Enviroment, health and wellbeing.

I'm a co-director of the Bristol Bone and Joints Health Integration Team, a member of the Bristol North Somerset & South Gloucestershire ICS MSK Programme committee and a member of the Versus Arthritis Research Expert Committee.


  • Qualitative Research
  • Surgery
  • Orthopaedics
  • Health services research
  • physical activity
  • Intervention evaluation
  • Qualitative research in trials
  • osteoarthritis
  • Complex interventions


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