Since completing my PhD in philosophy at the University of Nottingham in 2011, I have developed my experience in applied health research and project management.
I have an excellent track record of building positive, collaborative professional relationships with colleagues within the university, external partners and stakeholders.
I currently work as a Research Fellow at the Institute of Mental Health on the Music Interventions for Dementia and Depression in Elderly Care (MIDDEL).
Prior to this I worked in the School of Health Sciences at the University of Nottingham. I worked across a variety of research projects, including the Nottingham Fatigue after Stroke and the Cognitive Problems after Stroke studies.
Qualitative research,applied health research, health inequalities, health interventions, health communication.
Tutor at the University of Nottingham MA Research Methods: Qualitative Research Methods.
Tutor at the University of Nottingham Undergraduate modules: Social Policy and Qualitative Research… read more
ABLEWHITE J, CONDON L, DAS NAIR R, JONES A, JONES F, SPRIGG N, THOMAS S and DRUMMOND A, 2022. The Nottingham Fatigue after Stroke Study: Results of a UK survey into the management of fatigue. International Journal Therapy and Rehabilitation. DRUMMOND A, NOURI F, ABLEWHITE J, CONDON L, DAS NAIR, R, JONES A, JONES F, SPRIGG N and THOMAS S, 2021. Managing post-stroke fatigue: A qualitative study to explore multifaceted clinical perspectives British Journal of Occupational Therapy.
LIGHTFOOT CJ, KHOSROW RS, COOLE C, DRURY G, ABLEWHITE J and DRUMMOND A, 2021. Evaluation of hip precautions following total hip replacement: a before and after study Disability and Rehabilitation. 43(20),