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Jeremy is an Associate Professor in Social Sciences and Health at The Centre for Academic Primary Care (CAPC), Bristol Medical School. He co-leads the Behavioural and Qualitative Science Team for National Institute for Health Research Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Research Collaboration West (NIHR ARC West). He is also Intervention Optimisation and Implementation Theme co-lead for NIHR Health Protection Research Unit (HPRU) in Behavioural Science and Evaluation.
Jeremy is a social scientist with a background in psychology. He uses a range of qualitative and mixed method approaches in the development and evaluation of complex interventions/health services. He has an interest in developing pragmatic and collaborative intensive qualitative methods to support more effective implementation of healthcare innovation. He has expertise in the integration of qualitative methods with randomised controlled trials to improve their design and conduct. Jeremy co-convene the EQUATe: ‘Excellence in QUAlitative research in Trials’ research group.
His research interests including users' experience of health and health services, acceptability of clinical interventions, clinical decision-making, infectious diseases, primary care, public health, sexual health and digital health.
He is currently responsible for the qualitative evaluation for a number of NIHR funded trials:
- EPIToPe - Evaluating the Population Impact of Hepatitis C Direct Acting Antiviral Treatment as Prevention for People Who Inject Drugs
- ADEPT - Guided Self-Help for Depression in adults with Autism: A feasibility RCT
- CEDAR - The children's ear pain study
- CHICO - The CHIldren with COugh Cluster Randomised Controlled Trial
- HepCATT - Evaluation of interventions designed to increase diagnosis and treatment of patients with Hepatitis C virus infection in primary care
- RADAR - Reducing Alzheimer's Disease through Angiotensin TaRgetting
- REST - Immediate Oral, Immediate Topical or Delayed Oral Antibiotics for Acute Otitis Media with Discharge: The Runny Ear Study
- UPSTREAM - Urodynamics for Prostate Surgery Trial; Randomised Evaluation of Assessment of Methods for diagnosis and management of bladder outlet obstruction in men
In addition, He is Principal Investigator/qualitative lead for a number of applied health research projects:
- RAPCI - Rapid COVID-19 intelligence to improve primary care response
- DECODE - unexpecteD consEquenCes Of Digital hEalth
- Evaluation of online consultations in primary care
- Evaluating a new digital solution for secondary mental health care
- CHOP - Challenges and opportunities of PrEP
- Sexual health rapid results service
- Sexually transmitted infections management in primary care
- Using sexual health services to support people who have experienced domestic violence and abuse
- Community pharmacist intervention development to support women who have experienced domestic violence and abuse
- Intervention development to reducing drug use in female street sex workers
- Telephone outreach to enhance uptake of NHS health checks in more deprived communities
- Managing symptoms of fibromyalgia in primary care
- Evaluation of a chronic pain peer support network
Jeremy has been involved in successful grant applications from the UK’s National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), including NIHR Programme Grants for Applied Research (PGfAR); NIHR Health Technology Assessment (HTA) programme and NIHR School for Primary Care Research and also Medical Research Council (MRC), Public Health England, The Royal College of General Practitioners and charities.
Joint Helical Theme Lead for Behavioural and Social Science in Medicine - MB21 Undergraduate Medical Curriculum.
Deputy Director - Bristol Medical School Short Courses in Population Health Sciences
Associate Editor British Journal of Health Psychology1 May 2016 → …
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CHICO: A clinical effectiveness investigation of a multi-faceted intervention (incorporating a prognostic algorithm) to improve management of antibiotics for CHIldren presenting to primary care with acute COugh and respiratory tract infection
31/03/18 → 31/03/22
Changes in presentations with features potentially indicating cancer in primary care during the COVID-19 pandemic: a retrospective cohort studyScott, L. J., Murphy, C., Price, S., Horwood, J. P., Denholm, R. E., Lewis, R., Palmer, T. M. & Salisbury, C., 24 May 2021, In: BMJ Open. 11, 5, 11 p., e050131.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (Academic Journal) › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile1 Downloads (Pure)
HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) knowledge, attitudes and perceptions of sexual health risk in an age of STI antimicrobial resistanceLorenc, A., Nicholls, J. E., Kesten, J., Macgregor, L. W., Speare, N., Harryman, L. C., Turner, K. M. E., Horner, P. J. & Horwood, J. P., 1 Feb 2021, (E-pub ahead of print) In: Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (Academic Journal) › peer-review
Implementation of remote consulting in UK primary care following the COVID-19 pandemic: a mixed-methods longitudinal studyMurphy, M., Scott, L. J., Salisbury, C., Turner, A., Scott, A., Denholm, R., Iyer, G., Lewis, R., MacLeod, J. & Horwood, J., Mar 2021, In: British Journal of General Practice. 71, 704, p. E166-E177 12 p., e166-e177.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (Academic Journal) › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile6 Citations (Scopus)49 Downloads (Pure)