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Research interests

My primary research interests are in the reduction of inequalities in health and wellbeing in early childhood.  My background is in Psychology and this informs my approach to my work as a behavioural scientist.  I am interested in mixed methods approaches, combining qualitative and quantitative data in systematic reviews and in primary research to inform policy decisions.  I often work within interdisciplinary teams; I have collaborated with colleagues across Medicine, Engineering, Law, and Arts and was a member of the University of Bristol's Institute for Advanced Studies for 5 years.

Research projects

Publications

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Projects

BoNEE: Bristol Network for Equality in Early Years Health & Wellbeing

Lucas, P. J., Williams, J., Bain, S. E., Watson, D. L., Walls, K. L., Waylen, A. E., Jessica, W., Sally, J., Sandy, J. R., Rhian, L., Cameron, A. M., Johnson, L., Kipping, R. R., Ingram, J. C., Sally, D. & Condon, L.

6/01/1431/12/23

Project: Research

Miss Behavin' Tea Party

Lucas, P. J.

18/09/1731/07/18

Project: Research

  • Research Output

    Clinicians views and experiences of implementing a complex intervention to reduce antibiotic prescribing in children with Respiratory Tract Infections in primary care.

    Clement, C., Ingram, J. C., Cabral, C. L., Blair, P. S., Lucas, P. J. & Horwood, J. P., 2020, South West Society for Academic Primary Care (SAPC) Conference 2020.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference Contribution (Conference Proceeding)

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    What contributes to inappropriate antibiotic dispensing among qualified and unqualified healthcare providers in Bangladesh? A qualitative study

    Nahar, P., Unicomb, L., Lucas, P. J., Uddin, M. R., Islam, M. A., Nizame, F. A., Khisa, N., Akter, S. M. S. & Rousham, E. K., 15 Jul 2020, In : BMC Health Services Research. 20, 1, p. 656 11 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle (Academic Journal)

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    Activities

    • 3 Media coverage or participation
    • 1 Invited talk

    The rise of DIY dentistry: Britons doing their own fillings to avoid NHS bill

    Patricia J Lucas (Interviewee)

    4 May 2015

    Activity: Other activity typesMedia coverage or participation

    British Sociological Society Food Group Conference

    Patricia J Lucas (Speaker)

    30 Jun 2014

    Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesInvited talk

    Bristol Post coverage of BoNEE work

    Patricia J Lucas (Interviewee)

    18 Sep 2014

    Activity: Other activity typesMedia coverage or participation