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The Institute of Clinical and Applied Health Research draws together expert staff from the University of Hull and Hull York Medical School to carry out world-leading research and make a real difference to healthcare and wellbeing.
Associate Director of the Wolfson Palliative Care Research Centre and Associate PVC (Research Culture)
Director of Wolfson Palliative Care Research Centre
Research into sociology of chronic illness, specifically autoimmune conditions and understanding social care in the context of palliative and end of life care.
Professor Murtagh's interests are in all aspects of applied and clinical research in relation to palliative care needs, outcomes, services, and resource use, to address complex needs in advanced illness.
Research into how physical activity, sedentary behaviour, and nutrition impacts quality of life and clinical outcomes among people diagnosed with cancer and how digital technologies can help.
Dr Swan's research focuses on interventions to support self- management of chronic breathlessness and has a specialist interest in the handheld fan.
Reclaiming primary care through the knowledge work of modern practice.
Dr Cohen is a clinical trials methodologist with expertise in the design and implementation of randomised controlled trials (RCTs) and other applied health evaluations.
My research draws on behavioural science to understand the factors that influence health and wellbeing of women, and uses participatory approaches to develop interventions.
Dr Twiddy is an applied health research methodologist whose work focusses on the evaluation of healthcare interventions and care pathways.
Professor Phillips leads a team of researchers and postgraduate students to address the impact of alcohol and other drugs on individuals, communities and services.
Professor Koffman’s interests include inequalities in end of life care, clinical uncertainty and end of life care decision-making.
Dr Whybrow's research areas are medical education, social inequality, inclusion health and social research methodology.
Dr Boland’s research interests include effects of opioids on immunity and survival, malignant bowel obstruction and delirium.
Dr Bravington's research focuses on multidisciplinary collaboration and patient and caregiver experiences in cancer and palliative care, and works towards theory-driven intervention development.
Dr Bullock is a Dietitian with an interest in malnutrition, sarcopenia and cachexia in older adults with cancer.
Dr Case's research interests include health service research investigating the identification and treatment of risky alcohol consumption and alcohol disorders.
Dr Clark's research focusses on palliative care as a global health inequality using a range of research methods for example policy analysis and realist evaluation.
Jordan's research interests primarily focus on exercise oncology and digital technology, particularly in developing exercise programs for individuals with diagnosed cancer.
Dr Hutchinson’s research focuses on the experience on how to help people live well with breathlessness.
Dr Jacksons’ research focuses on improving health outcomes for cancer patients.
Professor Johnson's research focuses on neglected symptoms like breathlessness and increasing access to palliative care for people with non-cancer conditions.
As an Exercise Physiologist and founder of PEAK Sports Science Consultancy, Sebastian focusses on helping clients and patients to achieve their best health through exercise.
Dr Pearson's research focuses on the design and evaluation of implementation processes for the delivery of evidence-based health and social care, in particular palliative care
Dr Dell'Olio's interests lie in primary care research and education, with a focus on the knowledge work of clinical consultations, person-centred healthcare, medical epistemology, and primary care workforce.
Patient and public involvement in enhancing epistemic justice in research and research lead for the TIMES project exploring tailored management of sleep problems for people living with dementia.
Professor Macleod a GP academic with an interest in early cancer diagnosis and health inequalities.
Dr Cairns’ research seeks to redress health inequalities, particularly ethnic inequalities in health outcomes, with a focus on cancer screening.
Julie’s research focuses on cancer prevention - the early diagnosis of cancer - particularly lung cancer and smoking.
Dr Bamidele's research addresses ethnic inequalities in the psychosocial aspects of cancer with an extensive focus on prostate and breast cancers in the Black African and Caribbean groups.
Dr Huang’s research expertise lies in a variety of statistical methodologies in the design and evaluation of health research. He has substantial experience in leading statistical evaluation of NIHR-funded projects including early phase pilot/feasibility studies and full trials with complex interventions.
Dr Soyiri is an Epidemiologist with research interests in Global Health, Environmental Epidemiology, Air Pollution, and Surveillance. He has a background in Public Health (PhD).
Palliative care researcher interested in lived experiences of practitioners, patients, carers and wider communities.
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