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Dr Michael Crooks

Dr Michael Crooks

Senior Clinical Lecturer in Respiratory Medicine

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Health Sciences
  • Hull York Medical School

Summary

Michael was appointed as a Senior Clinical Lecturer in Respiratory Medicine in 2016 and currently works in the Respiratory Research Group within the Institute of Clinical and Applied Health Research.

Michael undertook his undergraduate training in Dundee before moving to Edinburgh where he completed his Foundation Training. He moved to Hull in 2009 as an NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow before completing his MD investigating the role of platelets and the endothelium in idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis in 2013. He was subsequently awarded an NIHR Clinical Lecturer position at Hull York Medical School where he continued his interstitial lung disease research and developed his interest in COPD and the use of technology in healthcare.

He is an honorary consultant in Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust. His sub-speciality interests include interstitial lung disease and COPD for which he undertakes weekly clinics. He leads the Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals COPD service.

Recent outputs

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Journal Article

Telerehabilitation for patients who have been hospitalised with covid-19: a qualitative study

Killingback, C., Thompson, M., Nettleton, M., Hyde, L., Marshall, P., Shepherdson, J., …Simpson, A. J. (2023). Telerehabilitation for patients who have been hospitalised with covid-19: a qualitative study. Disability and Rehabilitation, https://doi.org/10.1080/09638288.2022.2159075

Group-based pulmonary telerehabilitation is feasible, safe, beneficial and well-received in patients that have been hospitalised with Covid-19

Simpson, A. J., Green, A., Nettleton, M., Hyde, L., Shepherdson, J., Killingback, C., …Crooks, M. G. (in press). Group-based pulmonary telerehabilitation is feasible, safe, beneficial and well-received in patients that have been hospitalised with Covid-19. ERJ Open Research, Article 00373-2022. https://doi.org/10.1183/23120541.00373-2022

Investigating the diagnostic utility of high-resolution oesophageal manometry in patients with refractory respiratory symptoms

Sykes, D. L., Crooks, M. G., Hart, S. P., Jackson, W., Gallagher, J., & Morice, A. H. (2022). Investigating the diagnostic utility of high-resolution oesophageal manometry in patients with refractory respiratory symptoms. Respiratory medicine, 202, Article 106985. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rmed.2022.106985

Tele-rehabilitation for patients who have been hospitalised with Covid-19: a mixed-methods feasibility trial protocol

Hyde, L., Simpson, A. J., Nettleton, M., Shepherdson, J., Killingback, C., Marshall, P., …Green, A. (2022). Tele-rehabilitation for patients who have been hospitalised with Covid-19: a mixed-methods feasibility trial protocol. Physical Therapy Reviews, https://doi.org/10.1080/10833196.2022.2028963

Domiciliary Cough Monitoring for the Prediction of COPD Exacerbations

Crooks, M. G., den Brinker, A. C., Thackray-Nocera, S., van Dinther, R., Wright, C. E., & Morice, A. H. (2021). Domiciliary Cough Monitoring for the Prediction of COPD Exacerbations. Lung, 199(2), 131-137. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00408-021-00435-9

Research interests

Interstitial Lung Disease, COPD

Co-investigator

Project

Funder

Grant

Started

Status

Project

A single arm, open-label exploratory clinical trial of azithromycin in pulmonary sarcoidosis

Funder

SarcoidosisUK

Grant

£59,992.00

Started

1 March 2019

Status

Complete

Project

Development and application of a multi-scale computational model of sarcoidosis to predict therapeutic approaches for non-self-resolving disease

Funder

Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research

Grant

£117,415.00

Started

30 June 2017

Status

Complete

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