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My research interests are in qualitative health services research, often embedded within complex clinical trials. I'm located within the Musculoskeletal Research Unit in the Bristol Medical School, Translational Health Sciences, University of Bristol. I am lead for the unit's Qualitative Musculoskeletal Research Group, which conducts qualitative research across a number of projects in orthopaedic and rheumatological research.
I currently lead the qualitative work on two surgical NIHR programme grants: The INFORM (Infection and Orthopaedic Management) programme - a study of surgical treatment of infection after joint replacement and the STAR (Study of Treatment After Replacement) programme - a study of post-operative prevention and management of chronic pain after total knee replacement. I am also involved in the design and conduct of qualitative research on a number of projects within rheumatological conditions, obstetrics safety, pulmonary, and cardiac medicine. I supervise a number of NIHR doctoral fellowships, PhDs and MD projects.
My research has focussed on chronic pain and osteoarthritis within both primary and secondary care; orthopaedic surgery and adverse outcomes following joint arthroplasty; physical activity and ageing; space and place and its effect on health and wellbeing; palliative care and complementary therapies.
I have methodological expertise in designing and conducting qualitative research alongside complex clinical trials, and analytic methods including thematic analysis, hermeneutic phenomenological analysis, longitudinal and framework analysis. I have conducted research and/or worked in a broad range of health care settings including primary, secondary, tertiary and voluntary care.
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1/03/20 → 31/08/22
NIHR Health Technology Assessment (NIHR127457) Radiofrequency denervation for chronic and moderate to severe low back pain: The RADICAL trial.
1/01/20 → 31/12/24
NIHR Research for Patient Benefit (RfPB) Programme: PB-PG-1217-10106 – Thoracoscopic Talc Poudrage + Indwelling Pleural Catheters versus Thoracoscopic Talc Poudrage only in Malignant Pleural Effusion (R-TACTIC).
1/09/19 → 31/08/22
Interpreting intracorporeal landscapes: how patients visualize pathophysiology and utilize medical images in their understanding of chronic musculoskeletal illnessMoore, A., Richardson, J. C., Bernard, M. & Sim, J., 3 Jul 2019, In: Disability and Rehabilitation. 41, 14, p. 1647-1654 8 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (Academic Journal) › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile236 Downloads (Pure)
Clinical and cost-effectiveness of the STAR care pathway compared to usual care for patients with chronic pain after total knee replacement: study protocol for a UK randomised controlled trialWylde, V., Bertram (Annear), W., Beswick, A., Blom, A., Bruce, J., Burston, A., Dennis, J., Garfield, K., Howells, N., Lane, J. A., McCabe, C., Moore, A., Noble, S., Peters, TJ., Price, A., Sanderson, E., Toms, A., Walsh, D., White, S. & Gooberman-Hill, R., 21 Feb 2018, In: Trials. 19, 13 p., 132.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (Academic Journal) › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile7 Citations (Scopus)296 Downloads (Pure)
Development of a complex intervention for people with chronic pain after knee replacement: the STAR care pathwayWylde, V., Howells, N., Bertram (Annear), W., Moore, A., Bruce, J., McCabe, C., Blom, A., Dennis, J., Burston, A. & Gooberman-Hill, R., 23 Jan 2018, In: Trials. 19, 61, 9 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (Academic Journal) › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile333 Downloads (Pure)
Andrew Moore (Speaker)8 Jul 2015
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