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Research interests

My research interests are in implementation science and knowledge mobilsation, with the aim of increasing the impact of research evidence in policy and practice.  I have many years experience of running large scale mixed methods research studies, predominantly in primary care, including studies relating to frequent attenders in primary care, depression, cardiovascular risk and osteoporosis.  I am also a chartered psychologist specialising in health and behaviour change. I will be working alongside the teams at NIHR ARC West and NIHR HPRU in Behavioural Science and Evalutation to support implementation and knowledge mobilisation activities. 

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Research Output

  • 25 Article (Academic Journal)
  • 2 Conference Contribution (Conference Proceeding)

Long-term cost-effectiveness of screening for fracture risk in a UK primary care setting: the SCOOP study

Soreskog, E., Peters, TJ., SCOOP Study Team, Shaw, A. R. G., Taylor, K. M. & Thomas, C. L., 1 Apr 2020, In : Osteoporosis International.

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  • “Let’s Talk about Physical Activity”: Understanding the Preferences of Under-Served Communities when Messaging Physical Activity Guidelines to the Public

    Nobles, J., Thomas, C., Gross, Z. B., Hamilton, M., Trinder-Widdess, Z., Speed, C., Gibson, A., Davies, R., Farr, M., Jago, R., Foster, C. & Redwood, S., 17 Apr 2020, In : International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 17, 8, 16 p., 2782.

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    Acceptability of the BATHE technique amongst GPs and frequently attending patients in primary care: a nested qualitative study

    Thomas, C., Cramer, H., Jackson, S., Kessler, D., Metcalfe, C., Record, C. & Barnes, R. K., 3 Sep 2019, In : BMC Family Practice. 20, 10 p., 121 (2019).

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