BREATHE-INDIA: BREATHlEssness in INDIA - Development of a breathlessness beliefs and behaviour education intervention for use in the community-setting - https://www.hyms.ac.uk/research/research-centres-and-groups/wolfson/breathe-india
Exploring the association between chronic breathlessness and workforce participation, using Australia as an exemplar - https://www.hyms.ac.uk/medicine/curriculum/ssip
Estimating worldwide needs for morphine for pain in advanced cancer and proportions theoretically met by country estimates of requirements and consumption - https://www.hyms.ac.uk/research/research-centres-and-groups/wolfson/estimating-worldwide-needs-for-morphine-for-pain-in-advanced-cancer
Improving Appropriate Access and Availability of Opioids for Cancer-related Pain Control in India: bridging the gap between policy and practice - a qualitative study
A cluster Randomised Controlled Trial to determine the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of the NAT-C in reducing unmet needs of patients in primary care
A cluster Randomised Controlled Trial exploring the feasibility of testing the routine use of the Needs Assessment Cancer (NAT-C) in primary care.
Clark J, Fabowale B, Currow D and Johnson M. Are opioids 'medicines' or 'drugs'? A discourse analysis of the annual reports of the International Narcotics Control Board.
Clark J, Ghoshal A and Johnson M. Feasibility testing of self-management techniques appropriate for chronic breathlessness management in India.
Clark J, Murtagh F and Johnson M. Global Challenges Research Fund, Responsive mode funding: £4000 An exploratory project with partners in Nepal, considering the feasibility and appropriateness of a programme of chronic breathlessness research in Nepal.
Joseph welcomes enquiries from prospective students interested in global palliative care.
Helene Elliott-Button, PhD candidate - "Identification and Management of Chronic Breathlessness in Primary Care."
Rutendo Gambe, Academic Foundation Trainee – "Roles and experiences of informal carers of people with advanced cancer in Africa"
Thesis Advisory Panel member:
Isabel Kate Binnie, PhD candidate – "Safety First: body-mind approaches for breathlessness-related distress in advanced disease – a realist review"