Our research focus is not only on illnesses such as cancer, but reaches into traditionally under-served populations and under-researched areas. These include dementia, older people, neurological conditions and dying alone.
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University veterinary school
Professor Kristian Pollock and Dr. Eleanor Wilson are working alongside the university's veterinary school to supervise two students (one Masters of Researcher and one Doctoral student). These students are using qualitative interviews and surveys to explore issues around shared decision making and euthanasia of the horse.
University of Cambridge Primary Care Unit
Rowan Harwood and Kristian Pollock are co-supervising three PhD students in conjunction with the University of Cambridge
- Ben Bowers - Kristian Pollock with Stephen Barclay
- Megha Majumbar - Kristian Pollock with Stephen Barclay and Claire Goodwin.
- Sarah Hopkins - awarded the 2020 Dunhill/British Geriatrics Society fellowship - Rowan Harwood with Stephen Barclay and Mike Kelly
Using experience-based co-design to improve the impact of advance care planning on the quality of life and care of frail older people.
Professor Christina Faull is working with Eleanor Wilson as part of her Anne McLaren Fellowship to Explore end of life decision making with patients with Motor Neurone Disease (MND) using home ventilation: The perspectives of patients and their families. (VentMND)
Thinking Ahead study https://www.loros.co.uk/thinkingahead/
Dr Asam Latif, Clinical Academic Lecturer
Health Education England / National Institute for Health Research Integrated Clinical Academic Lectureship Award Holder
Asam has a background in community and hospital pharmacy and continues to combine clinical practice with research, exploring ways of improving patient care.
Asam’s research interests focus on the development and evaluation of medicines management services in community pharmacy, particularly for underserved communities.